Archive | November, 2012

Need a Change? Try Your Perspective

Let’s face it–change is hard.  It doesn’t matter if it is a change for the better, such as committing to a healthier eating plan, or coping with  change caused by external sources, such as  a layoff.   Adjusting to change is just not something we humans tend to do well.  And initiating or maintaining change, […]

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The Dangers of the To-Do List

If you are like me, and a lot of other people as well, you probably rely on your to-do list to keep your life sane and orderly.   Using the list to keep track of projects and daily issues is a way to stay in control of everything on your plate.  And it feels great […]

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Managing Holiday Stress

With Thanksgiving just under two weeks away, we are truly at the starting gate of the holiday season.  Actually, if you are hosting the celebration, you may feel the holiday is already underway.  Just spending time at a grocery store will certainly tell you that something is in the air.   And in the aisles.  So […]

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Exercising Self-Control

It is hard to believe that the Holidays are upon us.  After all, for those of us in the United States, Thanksgiving is happening next week.  From there it is a mad dash for the New Year with barely enough time to come up for air.  So it’s  not surprising that this is not the […]

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