Mr. President, I'm sure your stress levels are unbelievable. Yet, if you want to help create change we can believe in, then you must stop bumming cigarettes. I know you've done it, and may do it again.
I've listened faithfully to meditation CDs, chirping birds and delicate raindrops. I've stared into pounding surf and scented candles. But the other day, I was forced to confront the fact that my husband is a natural.
Instead of just giving "stuff" for the holidays this year, what if we gave the people in our life the most meaningful gift of all; our appreciation? Let the people around you know you appreciate them and why.
If you notice behavioral changes in your pet, such as chewing on items that smell like his or her companion or going to the bathroom in inappropriate places, he or she may have a case of the "back-to-school blues."
Most of us circle a few days of the calendar year that we know will be difficult to get through: the anniversary of a death, traumatic event, or even happy occasion. These dates are charged with emotion. September 11th falls under that category for most of us.