“How many million times do we say the same old line it really blows my mind… you know it! Now, it’s not a crime it’s just a waste of time, now here is the reason why. Excuses, that is the same old reason… let’s all attack… grab on this is the season… I’ll take you there… a place that’s warm and tender so here we go… let me show you the way. Today’s the day… I know… nothing can stand in our way! I do believe that!”
April 14th, 2011
November 1st, 2010
Top Ten Ways to Stay an Introvert and Be Happy During the Holidays
Being true to yourself can help you be happier and more successful in the short as well as long term in particular as we approach the holidays. Misconceptions still prevail about introverts or introversion. While the world seems to be more extroverted there are actually, according to recent research, as many introverts as extroverts. But perception drives reality in people thinking things like, “If I am not more extroverted, what is wrong with me?” There is nothing wrong. Introversion isn’t a disease and it isn’t wrong. Apply any of these ideas to your holiday season for a happier time.
October 18th, 2010
50 Ways to Find Serenity During The Holidays (when serenity is the last thing on your mind!)
by Maria Marsala
Summary: Manageable steps to turn “overwhelm” and “stressed-out” into calm.
In the normal course of living, we sometimes feel “overwhelmed”, “burnt out” or “stressed-out”. I know I do, which is why I created this special list of things to do when I’m feeling less than peaceful. And around holiday time those feelings sometimes feel even more unmanageable.
As long as you’re alive, life will bring us challenges to manage. That’s why I created Serenity Self-Care Cards for myself. Really!