Month: December 2010

A New Decade?

By adminjosh / December 7, 2010 /

Wow, today as I was hurrying around as usual, an article in a magazine (that was laying around unread) caught my eye. The title was something about the “Depressing Decade”. It pointed out that shortly after the new millenium came 9/11 and all kinds of changes like war, a focus on terrorism, political division in…

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Lift your Voice!

By adminjosh / December 5, 2010 /

Today is a day that I get to join in one of my very favorite things! Every year there is a community sing version of Handel’s messiah that is performed with orchestra at the church I attend. It is so amazing to sing such an incredibly joyful piece of music. Just think of all the…

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Stress(less) for the Holidays

By adminjosh / December 4, 2010 /

Stress(less) for the Holidays! S unlight Take a five minute outdoor break. Sunlight can help fight the low light wintertime “blues”. T ake time Take fifteen minutes a day just for you and guard that time carefully R est Maintain routine hours of sleep. E xpectations Make a list of all your “shoulds” and your…

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Seasonal tips for a Healthy Holiday

By adminjosh / December 2, 2010 /

Today’s blog will share some simple, energizing remedies to help you enjoy this wintery season! 1) Getting enough sleep- The cold weather and increased darkness of winter is our cue to coccoon, settle in, and hibernate a little (bears have the right idea)! The reality though is late night parties, stores tempting with 5 AM…

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By adminjosh / December 1, 2010 /

What Intentions have you set for this Holiday season? Most of us have intentions. What do I mean by intentions? Some think of intentions as the plans we make. Others may see intentions as hopes and desires. We may ‘intend’ to put up the Christmas tree next weekend, or to bake a favorite recipe for…

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