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Fighting Holiday Fatigue

Small Changes Make a BIG Impact



12/1/2013 11:06:00 AM

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11/24/2011 10:19:50 PM

CHYCHY01's SparkPage
great article! its good to know the various activities also aid weight loss...


12/10/2008 9:35:31 PM

GOLFGAL84's SparkPage
This was great! It broke down so many things for my that I printed it and saved it! Something this easy to understand I need around year long.


12/10/2008 7:16:36 AM

I need to do a better job of getting more sleep and rest. Today, I feel exhausted, so much so I want to go crash in some corner someplace. That's the one tip on this list that means the most to me. If I could take the steps needed to get more sleep, I'd feel better, more refreshed more often.


11/15/2008 10:03:49 PM

CAROLJ35's SparkPage
Excellent article!!! Sure hope many read it and heed the good advice given here. I get weary just thinking of how much I always did over the holidays, including special activities with my students, church and my own family. I never asked others to contribute to a dinner because they didn't make dishes just the way I did and I wanted everything just so. The last few years my husband and I have been away for the holidays so no longer fuss like in years past. The kids have to establish their own family traditions.


11/7/2008 11:23:51 AM

Great article and excellent ideas. I do Thanksgiving every year - I really enjoy it - but I've learned that I really can't do everything. Now everyone pitches in - even my young niece and nephews. They really do enjoy contributing and knowing that they played a part in Thanksgiving.
On the note about slipping exercise in - I wear my sneakers to work and keep my good shoes at my desk. This way, I can go out for a walk at lunch. Sometimes I can't get out for a walk, but do need to go to the bank or somewhere. Since I wear my sneakers, I can at least make the walk to whereever I have to go invigorating.


11/3/2008 11:59:58 PM

JIBBIE49's SparkPage
Great article. I think this is the most difficult time of the year to get through and be healthy. I'm determined this year to stay on track, so I celebrate the New Year with joy and happiness and NOT regret.

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