I love everything about the holidays: the decorating, the music, the food, and yes, the gift giving. I mean I really, really love the gift giving.
The holiday season is off to a fantastic start, and the busyness of the season is really kicking in! During the holidays, I focus on making sure my family is enjoying each moment, but like many moms, I often forget to consider my own desires.
The holidays are coming quickly and while I find it easy to buy for family members, they are always asking me what I want. Whether it be little goodies for the stocking, or a token on each of those eight nights of Hanukkah, I’ve created a list of goodies that I’d love to unwrap while sitting with a big hot cup of cocoa.
As life becomes more and more hectic, I have become more and more enticed by the beauty of meditation. The challenge, as always, is in getting starting and finding the time in your schedule to give yourself this space and room to breathe.
Ahh… holiday gift time! The gifting, the getting, and everything in between. Join us for our next Twitter Party on Tuesday, December 3rd from 9-10 pm ET, and we’ll help you get through the gifting season with ease.
When I hear a tune on the radio that I haven’t heard in years, it evokes potent memories. When I smell certain scents, they may remind me of anything from my grandmother to my favorite hotel. My Paris stories are always filled with smells: the patisserie on the corner, the open rotisserie pits at the farmer’s market, and one of Paris’ most wonderful hotels.
This fall, 20 bloggers participated in the Puritan’s Pride “One Small Change” campaign. Each made a commitment to change one little thing in their lives on the path to healthier living.
They say that the most important part of a journey is the first step. Without that LITTLE effort, you stay stuck in one place. I pretty much adhere to that policy when it comes to doing anything new in my life.
I can still remember my grandmother – how she smelled, her petite stature, how she never wore makeup, the special treats we’d get from her that my mom never allowed us. And, how she was always conscious about her bone health.
Face it – if we were to list the astonishing array of diet plans offered to the public by various conscientious nutritionists, do-gooders, book publishers, caffeinated TV marketers and outright charlatans, you’d still be reading until tomorrow. Or until you wanted a snack!