Monthly Archives: November 2018

Sometimes, life can get hectic and we end up focusing on the negative aspects of our lives instead of being grateful for what we already have. Since tomorrow is Thanksgiving, I think it’s important to focus on the good in our lives. When we play the comparison game – something we all do, (at times)… Read Article →

The holidays can be pretty stressful a lot of people. Some may worry about money. Others may be worried about spending time with relatives they rarely see who make passive aggressive comments. Holiday planning in and of itself can also be incredibly stressful for many of us. “Holiday Overwhelm” is exactly what it sounds like… Read Article →

One of the more overwhelming part of the holidays is budgeting, (at least for me). It’s very easy to overspend during the holidays, (with all the deals this time of year, impulse purchasing can become a problem). I try to have a budget every year but it’s entirely too easy to get off track. That’s… Read Article →

The clocks have been reset. We get fewer hours of daylight and the weather is getting chillier by the day. Lots of people can suffer from SAD (seasonal affective disorder AKA seasonal depression). Unknowingly for quite a few years now, I notice that I, in fact, do get the seasonal blues, as I call them…. Read Article →

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