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Get up 15 minutes earlier
Prepare for the morning the night before
Avoid tight fitting clothes
Avoid relying on chemical aids
Set appointments ahead
Don't rely on your memory ... write it down
Practice preventive maintenance
Make duplicate keys
Say "no" more often
Set priorities in your life
Avoid negative people
Use time wisely
Simplify meal times
Always make copies of important papers
Anticipate your needs
Repair anything that doesn't work properly
Ask for help with the jobs you dislike
Break large tasks into bite size portions
Look at problems as challenges
Look at challenges differently
Unclutter your life
Be prepared for rain
Tickle a baby
Pet a friendly dog/cat
Don't know all the answers
Look for a silver lining
Say something nice to someone
Teach a kid to fly a kite
Walk in the rain
Schedule play time into every day
Take a bubble bath
Be aware of the decisions you make
Believe in yourself
Stop saying negative things to yourself
Visualize yourself winning
Develop your sense of humor
Stop thinking tomorrow will be a better today
Have goals for yourself
Dance a jig
Say "hello" to a stranger
Ask a friend for a hug
Look up at the stars
Practice breathing slowly
Learn to whistle a tune
Read a poem
Listen to a symphony
Watch a ballet
Read a story curled up in bed
Do a brand new thing
Stop a bad habit
Buy yourself a flower
Take time to small the flowers
Find support from others
Ask someone to be your "vent-partner"
Do it today
Work at being cheerful and optimistic
Put safety first
Do everything in moderation
Pay attention to your appearance
Strive for Excellence NOT perfection
Stretch your limits a little each day
Look at a work of art
Hum a jingle
Maintain your weight
Plant a tree
Feed the birds
Practice grace under pressure
Stand up and stretch
Always have a plan "B"
Learn a new doodle
Memorize a joke
Be responsible for your feelings
Learn to meet your own needs
Become a better listener
Know your limitations and let others know them, too
Tell someone to have a good day in pig Latin
Throw a paper airplane
Exercise every day
Learn the words to a new song
Get to work early
Clean out one closet
Play patty cake with a toddler
Go on a picnic
Take a different route to work
Leave work early (with permission)
Put air freshener in your car
Watch a movie and eat popcorn
Write a note to a far away friend
Go to a ball game and scream
Cook a meal and eat it by candlelight
Recognize the importance of unconditional love
Remember that stress is an attitude
Keep a journal
Practice a monster smile
Remember you always have options
Have a support network of people, places and things
Quit trying to fix other people
Get enough sleep
Talk less and listen more
Freely praise other people

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Comment by Paul Farley on December 12, 2008 at 8:16pm
Yes, this is very good advice! Be blessed, Chris
Comment by Certain Person on December 12, 2008 at 11:56am
All of that is wonderful advice. Where was it when I was in my twenties with four small children, a job and a household to run? Like the 'get enough sleep' one. Bawhahahahaaa... Or quit trying to fix other people, when that's your main job as a mom. The 'cook a meal and eat by candlelight is easy though, did that a few times when the electric bill was over $300 during the Carter years, and I couldn't pay it without working two jobs.
Comment by Bassets hill on December 12, 2008 at 9:10am
Deal with one thing at a time. Roll with what ever is given to you. And thank god very day.
Comment by Jan B. on December 12, 2008 at 9:00am
Don't rely on your memory ... write it down

Oh, yeah. This is my mantra, but I can't see the Post It Notes for the Post It Notes. Don't have to do much decorating for Christmas though. There are already lots of pretty colored things everywhere.

Merry Chritmas!
Comment by Shelli Poole on December 11, 2008 at 8:39pm
Good good advice.

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