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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Reduce Holiday Stress using Feng Shu

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People often celebrate as many as three or four holidays during this time of the year. Unfortunately, each can be filled with stress wrapped in many shapes, sizes and packages that can far overshadow the potential for joy.

The biggest stressor for many is having too much to do in the limited time allotted. It becomes a major balancing act of caring for family and holding down a job while trying to shop, prepare extra meals, and make ...

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Holiday Celebrations with a Feng Shui Twist

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Not feeling the holiday spirit this year? Feng Shui principles can help you create a joy-filled holiday season. Although our society tends to compress much positive energy (good Feng Shui) into the last six weeks of the year and forget about all of that great energy by the second week of January in the New Year, it’s possible to extend that positive feeling year-round.

The positive uplifting energy in the lights, sounds and colors of the holiday creates the desired result ...

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