Feng Shui Guide to Reduce Holiday Stress and increase Joy

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Are the holidays a stressful time for you? Do you have too many things to do in a limited amount of time? Are there too many things to buy within a tight budget and too many places to go while trying to maintain your normal schedule? Rest assured there is something you can do to relieve the stress.

Stress can be wrapped in many shapes, sizes and packages during the holiday season. People often celebrate as many as three or four ...

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Use Feng Shui Tools to Create Holiday Joy

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You know the holiday season is here when Thanksgiving is only a couple of short weeks away. It doesn’t matter what holidays you celebrate, where or with whom; what does matter is that they are memorable, enjoyable and filled with hours of loving good wishes and joy.

One way to ensure your holiday season is filled with positive energy and joy is to use the principles of Feng Shui. You may wonder, why Feng Shui? And what does it have to ...

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Easy Effortless Feng Shui Holiday Gifts

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Are you tired of shopping for the traditional tie for dad, perfume for mom or CD for a sibling? Try something different this year, gifts that provide positive energy all year long and best of all, will fit into the most modest budget.

If you want to avoid overspending money on instant gratification gifts that don’t last or may not be enjoyed or appreciated, a Feng Shui gift is both meaningful and unique. Plus, it will give the recipient some much-needed ...

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Do Politically Correct Holiday Wishes Reduce Joy

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There is so much concern being expressed today about political correctness and whether you should wish one a “Merry Christmas,” “Happy Hanukkah” or a generic “Happy Holidays.” Children are told that the old-fashioned Christmas break is now a winter break at school, and they cannot sing traditional carols as part of the winter break holiday program.

Christmas is the legal holiday celebrated by 90 percent of all Americans in the month of December, not the first day of winter. According to ...

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Gratitude Fuels Holiday Joy

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What is your gratitude quotient? Are you half full, half empty, running on fumes or overflowing with joy?

Gratitude simply means acknowledging or giving thanks for something or someone good in your life. Some days that may mean you are grateful that you are feeling well enough to get up in the morning and find a refrigerator full of food. Other times it may mean you had a perfect day at work or you just won the lottery.

When you regularly express ...

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