Every week it is my intention to bring you thoughts and ideas for your ongoing personal growth. My desire is that you live a joyful, productive, and inspired life and share your wisdom with others.
As the holiday season bears down on us, I am so so grateful of the abundance in my life. However, the holiday season is not a happy time for everyone. In my opinion, the holiday season kicks off during Halloween followed by the dreaded time change…the days get shorter and we experience less daylight.
As the days get shorter and all the festivities for many continue, others are feeling sad, angry, and depressed, including business owners.
Thanksgiving time is a very reflective month for me. November causes me to look back at where I have been in my life, and how much love, light and appreciation for life I have. It was Thanksgiving the first time I was diagnosed with breast cancer and I went into a funk.
I was experiencing what many experience... seasonal affective disorder (SAD) or as I call it holiday affective disorder (HAD).
Join me and my colleague Perita Adams as we share some thoughts on combatting SAD and HAD.
Certified High Performance Coach