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Four simple steps to beating the holiday blues

Change Your Thinking

  • Go back to being in charge of your life.
  • The way to bring abundance and happiness in your life is to be a giver.
  • Do what you want instead of feeling obliged to do something you don't want and feel miserable about it.

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