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Daylight Savings Time – March. On the first Sunday in November areas on Daylight Saving Time return to Standard Time at 2:00 a.m. Stress and Daylight Savings TimeRead More
National Sleep Awareness Week – March 5-11. Millions are too sleepy for sex.Read More
Telecommuter Appreciation Week – March 2 -8. Telecommuting provides an opportunity to create a more harmonious balance between home and work commitments.Read More
Seasonal Affective Disorder and the Winter Blues. Learn what hree things that can reduce the impact of the winter blues this season.Read More
Single Tasking Day: Successful Ways To Keep Your Focus – February 22 . Researchers have studied the phenomenon of cognitive load and have concluded that it is difficult, and possibly impossible to learn new information while engaging in multi-tasking.Read More
Do Your Best To Be Electrific Today! – February 11. Often we find ourselves just going through the motions. If we don’t purposefully attack each day, we can become anything but electrific.Read More
How To Celebrate Spunky Old Broads Month – February. SOB Month celebrates all women over 50.Read More
Feelings Faced, Forced or Forgotten – Exploring Emotional Wellness. One often forgotten component of overall optimal health is our emotional health. Our feelings have important implications for how we view ourselves, our relationships and the world around us. This ability to maturely face and express these feelings can help us to meet life’s challenges without becoming overwhelmed or hopeless and without the need to dominate and force those around us.Read More
National Transform Your Thinking Month – January.Read More
Make Your Dreams Come True Day. We would all love a magic lamp or a fairy godmother. But in their absence, it is up to us to make our dreams come true.Read More
The celebration of the New Year has long been a time for looking back to the past and more importantly looking forward to the future.Read More
Underdog Day – December 16. Today is the day to salute all of the underdogs and unsung heroes.Read More
Stress-Free Holiday Preparation Week – December. There is no such thing as the perfect gift or the perfect holiday. So why do we keep striving for the perfect holiday?Read More
St. Nicholas’ Day – December 6. Ever wondered who St. Nicholas was? He strongly believed that gifts are all around us, but it is up to us to recognize them in our lives.Read More
Computer Security Day – November 30. Backing up our computer files and taking care of our computer.Read More
National Family Week – Nov 23-29. The more you can par down your life by simplifying your routines or de-junking your physical space, the less hectic it will be for you and your family.Read More
National Ample Time Day – November 8. Wouldn’t it be nice to have ample time…More than enough time to get the things done that we would like to be able to get done?Read More
Today is the day to celebrate the crankiness in all of us. Check Out Beverly’s Hot Tips For Building Resilience on Cranky Co-Worker Day.Read More
Stress and Halloween Safety. Halloween parties and trick or treating can be a great deal of fun, but it aslo a time to ensure safety is a priority.Read More
Parenting Stress and School Lunches. Students distracted by hunger cannot match the focus of their peers, however, this can be the least enjoyable task a parent faces during the school year.Read More