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  November 2008 - Putting The Holidays Into Perspective

"Blessed is the season which engages the whole world in a conspiracy of love."
- Hamilton Wright Mabi

This Month's Featured Articles

"Alleviate Holiday Stress"
Are you dreading the holidays? Feeling behind before you even begin preparations? Wish you could hibernate until the season's over? Implementing a few organizing techniques can do wonders to alleviate much of the seasonal stress.
"Capture The Real Meaning Of The Holiday Season"
The holiday season will always be busy and eventful, but it does not have to be chaotic. There are plenty of ways to simplify your life, stay organized and truly enjoy your holiday season -- here are some helpful tips for this holiday.
"Clutter-Free Gift-Giving Made Easy"
There are many options for clutter-free gift-giving to let our loved ones know how much we care. Be creative and let the retailers and advertisers know that the holidays aren’t just about shopping. Let’s break it down:
"Don’t Shop ‘Till You Drop!"
Shopping and errands can be time-consuming endeavors. Have you ever found yourself spending the entire day running from one errand to another and not really accomplishing much? This is stressful to say the least.
"Getting Ready For Winter Clutter"
Every year, starting around Halloween, we can count on certain things to happen that will add new clutter to our lives. It begins with catalogs and doesn’t end until decorations are put away. But here are some clutter-preparation tips that will help.
"Holidays Can Be Simple"
The holiday season is filled with memories and traditions, but we cannot savor those if we are stressed and overwhelmed. Here are some ways to keep your holiday simple and enjoyable -- and to avoid the seasonal overload.
"How To Be Holiday Perky, Not A Holiday Turkey"
The holidays are meant to be joyful, not draining. But you have to be the one to call the shots and set the right kind of boundaries around your celebrations. These tips will help you save your energy, resources and your sanity.
"Job + Holidays = Stress"
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health reported that 75% of workers today feel they have more job stress than a generation ago. And holiday activities which should be relaxing, tend to be particularly stressful for our employees.
"Simplifying The Holidays"
Simplifying the holidays is actually very simple -- in fact, it can be as easy as getting your thoughts organized. Why? So you can really enjoy the holidays and celebrate the reason for the season. Let’s break it down:

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