Do you thrive on all the activities of the holidays? Do all those lists, shopping, plans, cooking and so on and on leave, you feeling energized or exhausted? If you answered yes, you can quit reading now.
However, if like many of us, you find the Holidays a mixed-bag and often end up feeling exhausted, drained, frustrated or sad, then keep reading.
There is certainly not a one-size-fits-all answer to how do “do” the Holidays. But this is a good time to take a careful assessment of which activities you enjoy, and which you do only because you “should”.
Just a few minutes setting priorities may make all the difference.
Take a few minutes not to set some priorities and things may go a little smoother allowing you to breeze through December with a smile on your face.
Don’t you just hate the pressure of finding the perfect gift?
I do! I start my holiday shopping early in the fall, because I’m picky about what I give my friends and family. And there are always people “impossible” to buy for! I’m torn between buying what I would want or finding something to fit them. (Hint: if we love it, they’ll probably feel the same way!) Whatever I buy, I worry they won’t be happy.
Are you a Co-Dependent gift giver?
You guessed it. I’m a co-dependent gift giver. Enough is never enough! Over the years I’ve learned to soften the edges of my holiday shopping anxiety with this simple mantra: It really is the thought that counts!
How do you fit it all in without losing track of yourself in the shuffle?
As a parent, you have your own schedule and work to worry about, plus making sure your kids get to where they are supposed to be, get their home work done, do well in school, socialize…..it’s a seemingly never-ending list.
Pre-planning can reduce stress and help you ease into the day. It’s easy to be so overwhelmed by it all that it’s hard to focus on what steps to take. Before you know it you are fully embroiled in stress. Here are just a few ideas we hope will help you have a more relaxed school year.
Are you experiencing any strange or unusual symptoms of dis-ease in your body? Are you having more difficulty staying on task and focused? Symptoms of dis-ease sometimes seem to appear out of nowhere. Have you had a Smart Meter installed recently? You may be experiencing mysterious issues and haven’t yet connected the dots between cause and effect – the Smart Meter and your body’s breakdown.
Enough people in this country have started to make videos or write blogs about symptoms that appeared practically overnight. My favorite one is the engineer from Silicon Valley who thought people who worried about EMF were a bit daft. Continue reading →
Can a BioShield Help if Negative People are Causing your Depression?
“Do people bother you easily” is one of the first questions asked in a recent article about depression. (Sorry I can’t link to the original article when I went back to the medical journal it was in, the page was no longer published)
This brings up the question – if people bother you easily and that’s a source of your depression, then you may be sensitive to other people’s energy (an HSP or Empath) and a BioElectric Shield can help. Continue reading →
Negativity from other people and the media can be more than simply an unpleasant part of life, it can be threatening your health and outlook on life, causing stress and depression.
You don’t have to be an empath or HSP to be affected by negative, angry or unhappy people – everyone is affected to some degree. You have an energy field that responds to the fields of those around you, and if their field or vibrations are negative your energy begins to drop to meet their negative vibration. Continue reading →
Are you addicted? What happens to you when there’s no cell service or internet?
Do you relax and welcome the opportunity to spend some unplugged time enjoying nature, visiting with friends, etc? Or are you in freak out mode, feeling like you’re missing out, disconnected from everything important?
If you’re an HSP (highly sensitive person) or empath you are at greater risk of adrenal fatigue, insomnia and exhaustion. Although this happens to many people at different times, it seems to be a state of chronic fatigue for many HSPs and empaths.
You may be eating right, exercising, taking your vitamins and healthy supplements and doing everything you can to be healthy….and yet, you feel run down, stressed and completely exhausted. You may even wake up tired. Aren’t you supposed to feel good when you work this hard to be healthy?