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As I break from my studies, I notice the intense focus it takes to prepare for certain events. Stress want to come up, in a usual automatic way, yet, I am practicing just noticing. Have you tried to do that? Just notice without the judgements, rules, shoulds.

I notice how I feel, that I have been thinking, and some worry amongst other things. There is no right or wrong.

This is called witnessing, and it can be a powerful tool.  By witnessing, we are present NOW, not living in the future or the past.  So, I practice as I go about my tasks…

What would you notice if you were to just witness your doings and thoughts?

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The Holiday Season is a stressful time. Many people spend more money than they have, eat much more than their bodies need, and are overwhelmed with all the expectations and demands that come at this time of year. Over-indulgences lead to debt, excessive weight and regretful actions, and then we pay the price for the first half of the New Year! Can you relate?

It is possible to enjoy the holidays without sacrificing your health and wellness!  This is the time for family and celebration, but you don’t have to lose a sense of yourself! While depression and stress often accompany the holidays, you can again thrive and enjoy this important time of year.   Please check out my article at Examiner.com, http://www.examiner.com/x-30076-Boulder-Wellness-Examiner~y2009m11d20-Ten-Tips-for-a-Healthy-Holiday-Season, for the top tips to have your best holiday yet! For additional healthy holiday tips, see WebMD, http://www.webmd.com/diet/healthy-holidays-8/default.htm

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