3 Creative Ways to De-stress

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Stress often comes from being overwhelmed by just looking at or listening to all the clutter and chaos in your surroundings. Is clutter in the form of stacks of magazines, tons of paperwork, piles of clothes, boxes and books, 24/7 media, electronic devices constantly interrupting or… creating stress and standing in your way?

When you have so many things to do in a limited amount of time, with so much clutter and noise chatter in the background causing chaos, nothing gets ...

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The Feng Shui Solution for Creating “Downtime”

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Summer is almost here and so is patio living, picnicking and barbecuing. It’s all
about relaxation in the great outdoors so you can absorb some of that great fresh air and relax. All you need is outdoor space that provides enough peace and quiet to give you the opportunity to rest, read a book and step out of the fast lane.

Life changes for almost everyone when summer arrives. The tendency is to live
and eat outdoors more. There are fewer scheduling conflicts ...

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Is The Fatigue and Anxiety Epidemic Undermining Your Well-being?

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Acute and chronic are often used to describe fatigue and anxiety. Most people however describe them as being overworked, overly tired and worried – worried about everything from the economy and losing their job to higher taxes and how they are going to meet their family’s needs. Many are expected to do more work with less pay while taking on additional jobs just to make ends meet.

For people in professions like nursing and healthcare, utilities and production facilities where workers ...

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Adapt and Adjust to Manage Change and Uncertainty

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Are you stuck with the “things will turn around” philosophy? Are you still trying to live your personal life the same way you did five years ago or operate your business by pushing products and programs out onto the marketplace in hopes someone will buy them?

According to Fred Crawford, CEO of AlixPartners, the global business-advisory firm, “Americans don’t expect their quality of life or spending levels to return to pre-recession levels until mid-2013. Obviously, despite some modest movement forward in ...

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How to Overcome Tragedy and Loss

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Has the loss of a loved one, a major physical or financial tragedy or a global disaster brought your world to a screeching halt? Are you finding it hard to deal with the emotional rollercoaster, blaming yourself and feeling anger and helplessness all at the same time?

Loss from a major natural disaster like the Haiti earthquake, the genocidal killing of millions due to the politics of war or a mine collapse killing dozens of minors will make the average person ...

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