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Are You Ready for a New Year?

Posted on December 26, 2012 02:33 pm

I am sitting at my desk this end of December, embracing the holiday season and the impending new year; a time of infinite possibilities. I am feeling pretty good about the year that is almost at its end. I started 2012 with some big goals but was kind enough to myself to allow lots of time to accomplish what I wanted to, so it is okay that I am not yet done. I still have big dreams…places to get to in my life and a need to achieve so much more. And with a new twelve months ahead of me, it all still seems within my grasp. Was your 2012 all you hoped for, less than you expected, or did you simply drift along? If you more

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How to Survive the Holidays with Ease

Posted on December 17, 2012 12:44 am

Now that the first major holiday of the season—Thanksgiving—is over, we are getting ready for THE BIG ONE! So, which camp are you in? “This is my favorite time of the year and I can’t wait to get started,” or “How can I deal—again—with my family and all the same issues?” or “How can I possibly manage to get everything done without getting crazy stressed?” For some people the holiday season is their absolutely favorite time of the year, as it means wrapping presents, decorating the tree, getting into the holiday spirit, and going to lots of parties and gatherings. But for others it brings about a sense of emptiness, loneliness, or more

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Party Hardy but Eat Smartly

Posted on December 6, 2012 03:21 pm

It happens every holiday season. You attend lots of parties and social gatherings and are tempted with way too much food and drinks. Here’s some tips to help you make good choices: • Never go to a party hungry. Have a big bowl of soup, some low-fat yogurt and fruit, or a handful of nuts before you head out. • First check out all the food on a buffet so you can make good choices. Fill 1/2 of your plate with vegetables and/or salad, 1/4 with protein, and 1/4 with a starch, staying away from creamy or saucy foods. more

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