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Add to Your “To Do” List: Subtract Holiday Stress

David Pryor, MD Stressed out by too many tasks on your holiday “To Do” list? Well, here’s a solution offered in a Harvard Business Review article: “add more items to your list.” I know, I know, that’s not the answer you expected to hear, but read on to see why it just might be the answer that you need.

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When the Forecast Shows Periods of High Stress and Little Time

Alicia Stallings We’ve all had those times: times when we’re so busy with family obligations or work that we don’t seem to have time to take care of our health. Exercise falls by the wayside and healthy, intentional food choices are replaced with whatever is in the fridge and within hand’s reach. So the question is: what can one do to make sure that her healthy lifestyle doesn’t get shot, even when she has to stay in one spot? The answer my friends, is preparation.

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Accepting Who You Are

We live in a time when accepting who we are can be difficult. Most of us compare ourselves to unrealistic standards set by advertising agencies, movie stars and the lives of the rich and famous.

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Wealthy Woman-Wise Choices

You too can be a wealthy woman. What separates the wealthy woman from the “struggling to make ends meet” woman? It is the choices that the wealthy woman makes regarding her finances. Here are a few wealthy woman choices for you to consider as you handle your money issues.

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Alcohol Addiction and Abuse

George Leary, M.S Alcohol abuse is a serious problem in the United States and in many countries throughout the world. Those afflicted with alcoholism suffer from a variety of problems that negatively impact upon many aspects of their lives. It is estimated that between 9 to 13 million people suffer from alcohol abuse. The statistics are quite frightening. Alcohol is responsible for half the annual deaths due to automobile accidents, and for more than 70% of adolescent suicides (Landy, 1987).

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