Balance

Balance

Marsha Power

Wow! Can you believe January is almost over? This is the month we make resolutions and dream of what we want to accomplish for the year, but how do you do that when you feel tired, exhausted and stressed out like 2021 left so many of us? I’ve had numerous people comment to me that they are exhausted, stressed and having anxiety. I don’t know about you, but I haven’t had the time to sit and think of a list. What I did do however, is decide on a theme. My theme for 2022 is Balance. I guess you could say my theme was born out of not having the time to think of all the things to make a list because I too have felt the uneasiness of exhaustion. Ha! We witnessed and experienced so much last year; pandemic fears, surges in climate change, wildfires, massive flooding, gun violence, disorder in politics, racial tension, disruption in education (due to virtual learning), and so much more. It’s no wonder we are tired and exhausted. That’s why finding Balance in 2022, is my theme and should be a priority. Navigating through a world-wide pandemic keeps most of us on high alert and for business owners, it requires us to be highly vigilant each day of the circumstances affecting us. Medical experts say being this way undermines our quality of life, but finding balance improves our health. Here are a few suggestions I was able to find and plan to put into practice in 2022 to strike a better balance. These tips are from Essential Life Skills, a website that focuses on personal development. 1. Take care and nurture yourself 2. Know your priorities 3. Be organized 4. Learn to roll with the punches 5. Stay positive Finding balance requires work on our part. I’m the first to admit that to live a balanced life isn’t always easy, but I will assure you of one thing… Garbo a Salon can help you with the first tip. We want to thank you for choosing Garbo A Salon & Spa for your hair and skincare needs in 2021, and we look forward to helping you live a more balanced life in 2022! Remember, take time to nurture yourself. With gratitude and appreciation, Marsha


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