Truly enjoying and being happy during the Holiday Season can prove challenging, especially as the days get shorter, and the list of to-dos, obligations and demands seems to get longer and longer. Fortunately, there are some very simple things you can do to get, and stay, connected to what the Holidays are really about.
You can even take it a bit further: Jot down and keep track of (Kids LOVE contests too!) how many times each day between now and Christmas you see and hear the happy new year tips words everywhere. It’s a simple way to add MORE energy and focus to the feelings. See if you can tally up 100! Whoever gets the most gets to open the first gift Christmas morning!
But the truth of the matter is, no one cares if you’re 55, 75, or 19! It makes no difference. All they care about is what you have to offer them and how you’re going to help them get what they want – money! That is what’s on their mind! Not the spot on your chin! Or the bags under your eyes! So you need to record as many videos as you can that provide value for people and help them with an immediate problem they’re having (eg: posting blogs or how to set up a auto-responder… you get the idea!).
As the month rolled on there was a lot of sniping between the two front-runners in the Democratic Party primaries, and the race was getting ugly, where previously it was just kinda homily.
happy new year to all. This is my favorite version of Robert Burn’s “Auld Lang Syne”. Eddi Reader at the opening ceremony of the new Scottish Parliament building in Edinburgh in October, 2004.
Diet does not mean you have to eat less or not taking any food at all. It is all about taking food that contain vitamins and minerals which is good for your body. Also, stay away from food that have a high level of sugar, salt and fat.
4) Don’t be afraid seek help. There are times when we are just stumped, and need a bit of a push. So, take on the services of a personal trainer, join an online fitness community, or simply ask a friend for some advice, if you feel you are in a bit of a slump. The more time you spend standing still, the less time you spend achieving your goals.