Category Archives: Life and Love
Happy Chanukah! Merry Christmas! Happy New Year! And one more thing: Don’t go crazy. Attend only events that are absolutely necessary, and parties that will bring you joy!
Hi everyone! Just a quick note to let you know that I am on a Mimi Vacation this week. I look forward to posting an informative article next week. In the meantime, I’ll leave you with a postcard from paradise!
A solution-focused, light-hearted approach for handling this season’s anxieties comes with a tangible payoff. You choose to be happy. Yes, but in these troubled times? And with THAT family coming over? By following these 5 tips, you can improve your … Continue reading
Practice the fine art of patience Practice “Wait Lifting.” This is the ability to wait and have patience in today’s 24/7, frenetic “now” culture. Patience is how you handle the wait of the world. By starting with light waits – … Continue reading
4. Make full use of your “Internal Whistle” This means what it means in football. To stop the action, the whistle blows. We need to take a deep breath and take stock before letting a stress trigger or a whiney … Continue reading
3. Check your mental baggage We all have memories from past holidays. A lot of us haul around a hefty load of stress connected to the holidays of the past. According to Mental Health America “memories” account for close to … Continue reading
2. Tap into your “personal control panel.” This controls what happens in your mind. Remember to “Play,” but skip the “Fast Forward,” because, as Gandhi famously said, “There is more to life than increasing its speed.” Also, “Fast Forward” can lead … Continue reading
5 Tips for Handling Holiday Stress Know what you can and what you can’t control: While we pride ourselves on being in control, it’s critical that we understand what we can and can’t control. The list of what you can … Continue reading
Okay, the “receiving” I refer to is not in regard to receiving a football, as you might think from the theme of my posts. But…for those of you not yet on my email list – you are missing out! This … Continue reading