H ~ HOLIDAY
Make sure you factor in some R&R into the holiday period. Some Business owners will use the “holiday” period as a perfect procrastination and distraction excuse to delve into tasks that were not meant for December, or that have been put on the long finger and have suddenly become urgent. Be aware of your limitations and be wary of “panic” setting in.
Do you blog? Are you blogging? No? It’s classic procrastination ~ why do today, what you can put off until tomorrow? Actually, I really enjoy
Since this is such a personal expereicnce I thought I could share with you how I managed to break the barrier of my comfort zone today.These thoughts are simply to share with you the trickster things we can do to ourselves to achieve a POSITIVE outcome.
If you are stressing about past Christmases, or any past event, then you are relying on memory to provide the stress factors. Those stress factors can limit us in our everyday tasks. If you are stressing about the coming Christmas, or any future event, then you are just imagining it and creating your own stress factors. Based on what? Future event stress is normally based on previous events, so we are back in the past, which is imaginary, remember?
Planning an event can be tremendously stressful for some. Very often, someone wants to plan a surprise or event for a friend or loved-one. This can prove an almost debilitating exercise for many; so what I want to to is look at ONE possibility that can help your life to be easier, less stressful and ultimately organised. This will ensure that you enjoy the event as much as the person or people you are organising it for.
We have just gained an hour over the weekend, so this may be your first day back to work after the ghowls and spooks of Hallowe’en last evening. Have you wondered what to do with the clock going back an hour yesterday?
I was driving around Dublin a couple of years ago, and realised I had been using the same route to go to Holles Street for