Introvert Easy Self-Care to Stress Less Over Holidays

Merry-Christmas
Holidays: it’s one of the times of every year when an introvert often feels more drained, in particular if without a plan or some useful tips.Between the last minute shopping, the gift-wrapping, the planning and the cooking, the week of Christmas can get insanely stressful.

Between the last minute shopping, the gift-wrapping, the planning and the cooking, the week of Christmas can get insanely stressful.

The holidays are supposed to be a joyous time for families.

Here are some tips to help you stress less during Christmas week and enjoy the holiday to the fullest.

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Staying focused, brain on technology, smell the roses, introvert in graphs #Blog Round-up from #introvert inspirer

My round-up blog numbers were escaping me. My fix is – let them go! This is my weekly round-up.

I want to stay focused on blogging tasks and slow down and smell the roses too! Without our brain what can we do? Heck, not even enjoy the graphs.

Disclaimer: usually these are blog posts from other bloggers and rarely, my writing. Sharing good content from across the web for you that you might not have seen.

 

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Wayne Dyer, an amazing teacher for all generations

When clearing out mom’s apartment there were many books on her bookcase shelves from her nursing days. Her career is one of her proudest achievements, rightfully so.

As I started to pack each book into boxes my hand landed on one of Dr Wayne Dyer’s books. If my memory is right it was Change Your Thoughts – Change Your Life. This brought a smile to my face as I was finding more commonalities than I was aware.

There are a few books of his I read along the way. Two still on my bookshelves including, Getting in the Gap: Making Conscious Contact with God Through Meditation.

Maybe that was one of the appeals of Wayne Dyer who died late August at age 75.

Wayne Dyer, an amazing teacher for all generations

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Hugging Into Your Next Blog Post Could Be What You Need

My motivation for this post seemed about as low as the day I had to drive our 1970 Chevy Nova on fumes. This low fuel situation is a must when transporting a car for an automobile auction.

But when you are a blogger, you sometimes do have to add fuel from outside yourself.

Let me tell you, I tossed around idea after idea on paper, in my notes, in my meditations and even on a walk in the hot weather we are having.

Maybe introverts and extrovert could agree about certain rules of hug etiquette? But I could be wrong! And that might make for an upcoming post.

Instead, let me tell you:

Hugging Into Your Next Blog Post Could Be What You Needdog-hug

 

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How To Reduce Your Health Risk with Sitting Disease

Who would know synchronicity would play into my blogging about sitting disease to the point that I am now considering a standing desk!

The short story about me now researching the right standing desk comes from a circuitous route from my annual physical exam and then, over to my chiropractor.

It turns out my back is now in another stage of degenerative back disease. In my evaluation this is not a mind-body cure. I could be wrong about this. My chiropractor said if standing more as my plan one is, doesn’t get more relief, he highly recommends, you guessed it – a standing desk. So if you are one with neck or back problems this last post in this series could provide you some ideas.

How To Reduce Your Health Risk with Sitting Disease

We sit to work, are at our computers, maybe gather around with family and friends at the kitchen table, or our living room sofa. Some estimates are that on average we spend a whopping half of our day, half of it, sitting.[Continue Reading…]

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