Here’s How to be PRESENT for the Holidays

I’ll be honest with you.  I don’t like it when the stores decorate for Christmas “too early.”  

My family and I just walked into a popular gift shop and restaurant last weekend, and were disappointed to see it was already decorated for Christmas…in October! 

Even though I was happy not to see Halloween decorations, I wasn’t ready for Christmas quite yet!

That is why I hesitate to talk about today’s topic…because I think of the Season as sacred…and part of that is keeping it between late November and the first of January.  

I don’t wanna see it—“even in my peripheral!” (Brian Regan quote.)

But I am compelled to talk to you about the holidays today, and here’s why:

The most important thing about the holidays is not buying presents–it is BEING PRESENT. Yet, in the busyness of the season, it can be so hard to do.

Years ago, I did not know this, but it doesn’t have to be that way. There are things you can do before the Season to help you to be more fully present during the Season.  

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I learned these secrets years ago from my special guest on The Think Time Show today Marcia Ramsland, and they have changed my life. 

As a Professional Organizing Coach, mother, and grandmother, I can assure you Marcia has hacked the holidays. Even just one of her 7 tips can dramatically change every holiday season for the rest of your life. 

So, you can be present and FEEL the magic of the holidays. 

So your loved ones can feel more love from you. 

So you can energetic, rested and rejuvenated. 

And, as always…

So, you can get your best results without driving yourself into the ground.

Join us today at noon or get the replay of today’s Think Time Show so you can learn Marcia’s 7 Planning Tips to Help you Have a Smooth Holiday Season. 

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