Dec. 13, 2010
-- Online-News, December 13, 2010. Got stress? We bet you do! Especially during the busy end of the year activities—holiday celebrations and year-end business close-outs. There seems to be little time to breathe. For women, trying to balance both professional activities and personal responsibilities, this time of year can be a nightmare.
According to Dr. Ann Gatty, who is the http://www.stress-
women.com administrator, “The end of the calendar year can be grueling for women. They often take on more responsibilities than they have hours in the day to complete.”
During this busy time, women need to find ways to simplify their tasks and establish time management strategies that help them set priorities for fulfilling their responsibilities, completing tasks that are most important and not feeling guilty because they can’t do it all. At this website, there are several pages about how to successfully handle the holiday stress that looms ahead.
for advice about how to simplify for the holiday season. There are other pages about establishing a holiday budget, managing your time efficiently, and creating meaningful holiday traditions for the family. The holiday season is such an intensely jammed-packed activity laden time, that it seems to be over with the blink of an eye. Too much stress and over scheduled sets of responsibilities can cause women to be distracted from enjoying the true meaning and joy of the occasion. Look for ways to simplify.
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. Here readers find a website that offers practical stress management strategies for women coping with life transitions and balancing personal and professional responsibilities. Also, online and face-to-face coaching programs are available. At the website, read helpful insights about time management, organizing and healthy living to reduce the stress and enjoy a rewarding and fulfilling lifestyle.