Monthly Archives: December 2011

Use a Schedule to Reduce Distraction and Stress

  Almost 30 people for a Chanukah party, with the same number of family and friends scheduled for Christmas dinner. Food shopping, gifts, telephone calls, greeting cards—I do love it, but I need to be organized. Otherwise, I get crazed, … Continue reading

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Distractions, Holidays and Your Racing Mind

It’s that time: I’m hearing holiday music like “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” lilting through nearly every location I visit, from the grocery store to the mall to the sporting goods place. I should be picturing a beautiful Hallmark holiday … Continue reading

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Positive Distractions: Broadway Musicals and the Radio City Music Hall

With 50” televisions and Netflix, it’s easy to forget the thrill of being at a successful Broadway musical.  There’s the excellence of the stars and the seamless flow of the drama, music, and dance.  In my most recent experience at … Continue reading

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