Christmas Wishes

This is the last Words of Wellbeing for 2016. I do hope that the tips and suggestions I have written about well-being over the year has given you some ideas on how to bring well-being into your life on a more permanent basis. If you have taken at least one or two things that you can implement into your life you will notice the change not only in yourself but in those around you and your experience in general.


Try to use some of the top tips I gave you specifically for Christmas to have a calm and peaceful approach to the festivities in what can be quite a frenzied time for some.

And if you are already thinking of New Year and making resolutions for January 1st try reframing them as intentions that you want to bring about and see happen in your life. This can take the pressure off trying to stick to what can sometimes be unattainable goals. Start small and choose things that can be easily implemented.

But most of all have a Christmas full of love and joy and blessings with loved ones.

I look forward to being back in touch in January so in the meantime let me wish you a wonderful, joyous Christmas and a very exciting New Year.


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About cheryledwardshomeopath

As a Homeopath/Holistic Therapist with over 15years experience I have seen numerous clients with various ailments who have benefited from the range of therapies I use which include Homeopathy, Australian Bush Flower Essences, Indian Head Massage and nutritional advice. As a specialist Recovery Coach for ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia I work to assist those suffering from these ailments reclaim their health, strength and energy in order to live a full and active life. I also coach individuals who feel they are not living the life they envisaged to reach their full potential and realize their dreams.
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