We’ve officially entered the most wonderful time of the year, which for many of us feels more like the craziest time of the year.
From stringing lights to wrapping gifts and mailing out cards, there’s so much on our plates around the holidays it’s easy to get carried away and forget to make time for what matters most.
The holiday season is officially upon us. Christmas trees are being decorated, gifts wrapped in shiny paper and calendars are filling up with festivities.
It’s a magical time of year full of merriment and also a time when many of us sink into a state of overwhelm.
To keep the “Happy” in your holidays this year here are 3 ways to avoid holiday overwhelm:
Last month I took a trip to Italy. (That is once I got an emergency passport replacement after my puppy, Harper, ate my original the night before I was supposed to leave.)
There’s so much I want to share with you about the beauty and blessings, adventures and lessons I experienced. Today though, I want to tell you about the most challenging part of my journey.
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The holidays are here bringing magic, good tidings and cheer.
I know our “to-do” lists run long this time of year, but I want to share these 4 ways to make your holidays even brighter:
Like millions of people around the world, Dr. Wayne Dyer inspired me to my core.
There’s no shortage of profound things he said but hands-down the quote that most changed my life is, “You’ll see it when you believe it.”
Earlier this week, I shared my 2017 best nine on Instagram with the caption, “Because I’ve decided to start 2018 over again today!”
I did it because in a way I am starting 2018 over again (or entering a new phase), and also to show my friend who’d just whined, “This year blows. How long until 2019?!” that we don’t have to wait 10 months to begin again.
2018 is almost here. I’ve never been a big fan of resolutions, but as you may know, in order to make the most of the year ahead I believe in taking inventory of the year we’re saying goodbye to.
Taking inventory is a simple exercise and the best way I know how to set the stage for a fantastic New Year. And all it takes is a pen, paper and some uninterrupted time.
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