Well, we've managed to make it through the holidays and here we are at the brink of another year quickly coming to an end. But don't take off your dancing shoes just yet because in my opinion, 2015 has been a great year... And if you're like me; you have a lot to celebrate. So what's my advice for your New Year's Eve shenanigans? Go ahead! Be the life of the party! Shake your 'Groove Thang' (assuming you've still got one) - But don't let the food and spirits derail all your h
Love ‘em or hate ‘em, New Year’s resolutions are a good thing. If you struggle to believe that, it’s probably because of a history of failed resolutions. This year, however, you owe it to yourself to become the very best you can be. Not in order to impress other people. You’re going to do it to remind yourself that yes, you can do whatever you put your mind to—you can become a better person.
I know that after a few years of failed resolutions, the temptation to keep your pl
Whether it’s the shorter days with less sunlight, or the rush of the shopping season, it seems to me that the holidays are a time when stress and depression are at their all-time worst. And it isn't really surprising. It takes a lot of elbow grease and effort if you want to compete against the picture perfect Norman Rockwell holiday. It’s because of this pressure that people find themselves burdened under tons of demands – work, gift shopping, party planning, cooking, clean