How to Stop Feeling Overwhelmed & Get On With Your Life
Published November 25, 2016
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    It’s easy to blow off your flu shot and not worry about it. That is until you or someone in the family get the flu. The flu is nothing to mess around with in my opinion. My father died from complications of getting the flu – so to me getting a flu shot is critical.  What you may not realize is that there are some things you can do to increase the effectiveness of the your flu shot – in terms of what time of day you get it and what you do right after.  We’ll discuss that in this episode. Also, why does everyone always seem so busy? Or is it that everyone just talks more about being busy and overwhelmed? Time management expert Sam Bennett author of Start Right Now Where You Are reveals how talking and fretting about being overwhelmed does nothing to help you get more done. You will appreciate what she has to say and afterwards, you are likely to feel better and a little calmer about getting all the things done in your day. Finally, the problem of loneliness. You have no doubt felt lonely at some point in your life – so you know how bad it feels. But the pain of loneliness turns out to be a good thing once you realize what it is and how to use it to stop feeling so lonely.
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