Having it All without Losing it All
Can you have it all? Well, the answer to this question depends on the material you’re reading because ‘having it all’ is written as either the greatest achievement or the biggest myth.
But you’re asking the wrong question, and you’re asking the wrong person.
The question you should be asking and asking of yourself is, “What does ‘having it all’ mean to me?”
How are you currently defining ‘having it all’? Is it based upon the definition given by your community, your friends, your spouse, your coworkers, your parents or the media? If so, then the answer is ‘no’, you can’t have it all.
If I defined ‘having it all’ by someone else’s standards, then I would be an absolute failure.
I’m not shattering the glass ceiling, holding an office on my children’s school PTA board, cooking gourmet meals every night and attending community even ...
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Three Tips to Avoid Post-Holiday Blues
You just completed your holiday marathon!
You began months ago with preparation and planning and then you continued at a steady pace with shopping, wrapping gifts, cooking, baking, cleaning the house and attending an endless number of parties. The holidays require your full amount of energy and enthusiasm to make it to the end. And through all of it, my hope is that you had a chance to enjoy yourself with scrumptious goodies, quality conversations with friends and family and laughter to fill your soul.
Now that the holidays are complete, you may be feeling the post-holiday blues. You’re not alone. In fact, nearly 25% of Americans feel some sort of low to high depression post-holidays. All of the hype and excitement, all of the events to look forward to, and then it's suddenly over.
But you can get past this post-holiday feeling and sprint into your new year in with these three tips.
Get back into routine. During the holida ...