Sometimes we beat fear by celebrating God through a feast just like the Hebrews did thousands of years ago during their first Passover Meal. Read more for how Scott found the answer to Coronavirus anxiety in a New York Strip when he expected turkey gizzards.
It’s a common phenomenon. Once the holidays are over, we often feel deflated and can’t find our joy. In this podcast, join us as we talk about SAD Seasonal Affective Disorder or the winter blues. We share tips and resources that will make a difference and help mitigate its effect.
If you have ever failed at accomplishing a New Year’s resolution and then felt bad about yourself, then this is the perfect episode for you. The New Year always seems to impose a “re-set,” if you will, on our lives, and often it brings with it the expectation of life-altering changes in the form of resolutions which days later have a tendency to usher in feelings of defeat and failure. But that doesn’t have to be. In this podcast episode, Scott and I will discuss some healthy alternatives to the fateful New Year’s resolution.
We all want a peaceful Christmas, but, “life gets busy.” What if I told you that you really can let go of some of the anxiety and overwhelm of the holiday season with some simple ways to create a more peaceful holiday season? It’s true. In this episode, Scott and I share some strategies that we’ve implemented that help us maintain peace during the holidays.
Holidays are a busy time, and we experience an increase in stress, commitments, and chaos. But what we really want is to be able to experience the holiday joy while keeping our peace. In this episode, Scott and I discuss some practical ways to let go of anxiety and overwhelm so we can keep our peace during the holiday season.