Mindful Tips for a Stress-Less Winter
You shoveled your car out last night. This morning, thanks to a passing snowplow, it’s walled in again. You have a cold and you’d like to stay home, but you have to make a big presentation—assuming your voice doesn’t fail, and you can shovel out your car in time! Winter brings out more than its share of stress, the most relentless enemy of our loving selves (how loving are you when you’re frazzled?). Here are ways to cope with winter stress—and stay in touch with the love at the center of your being.
Rona Cherry has written about health and wellness for The New York Times Sunday Magazine, The Ladies’ Home Journal, Vegetarian Times, and many other publications. She was the editor-in-chief of several national magazines, including Fitness and Longevity. She is also an ordained Interfaith Minister. Check out her website here!
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