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    The holiday season always pulls my attention in too many different directions. It's not that I attend a thousand parties or engineer an award-winning display of lights. But the socializing and shopping and travel seem to put just enough extra on my plate that I find myself frazzled. What I'm doing about...
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    Nobody wants to think about it, but as humans we all face the same end to our life stories. As the novelist Annie Dillard put it, "We are all terminal patients." Since that's the truth, I suggest that you think about your life balance by taking on the unusual task of writing your own obituary. Give Yourself...
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    Repeat after me: What will I do differently in 2011? Say it again. Get in a quiet room by yourself and say it out loud. Say it ten times if you need to. Grab a pen and a notepad and start writing down some answers. Your answers can be anything: little tips and tricks, serious changes of habit, pipe dreams...
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