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November 29, 2015
Say No to one invitation this holiday season.
Honor yourself by saying no to just one invitation. The world isn’t going to stop if you stay home from one event/activity/social function.
Pick the function that feels the heaviest. Or, if you really can’t avoid this one, pick the one that is the easiest to say no to.
What will you do with that freed-up time? Take a much needed nap? Finish your shopping? Catch up with a friend? Hang out at home?
Decide how you want to spend that time and make it so. This one act can really help you catch your breath.
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