The holiday season has arrived, and visitors will also be arriving for festivities and/or a stay at your home.
1. Are you concerned about your relative who resembles Cousin Eddie in the Griswolds’ Christmas Vacation movie, because he will disrupt your Holiday Open House?
2. Are you worried about your in-laws, “The Grinches,” who whip up high drama and discomfort at every holiday dinner?
Your worries will float away like a snowflake when you read my December BrainBuzz Newsletter, which has the 8 Best Holiday Gifts and Shopping Tips for your Brain Color Personality that will help to make your Holiday Season hassle-free.
You can also stress less when you and take a moment to view my Stress Less Brain Color Holiday Shopping Tips on my website video page.
Learn how Yellow Brain, Blue Brain, Green Brain, Orange Brain individuals deals with change during the Holiday Season. Discover new ideas to make lasting memories of loved ones. Expectations, change, and stress often keep us from enjoying the moment and moving on to celebrate our lives in a new way. Author Victor Parachin wisely states, “We can use the past as a guide post or a hitching post.”
Books are a grand gift. The whole family will have fun reading What Color Is Your Brain? and discovery their Brain Colors. Guessing each others’ Brain Colors is entertaining and often defuses stressful family gatherings that can explode with miscommunications and misunderstandings.
Princess Shayna’s Invisible Visible Gift is the perfect gift for children of all ages. Adults and children will love reading this beautifully illustrated chapter book and start conversations that encourage children to talk about how the story’s characters relate to their own real-life experiences
Don’t forget the teachers on your gift list. They will love the Teacher’s Activity Guide for Princess Shayna’s Invisible Visible Gift. With over 70 unique classroom-tested activities and a Princess Shayna Picture Book, teachers can create a Kingdom of Kindness within their classroom with more cooperation, harmony, critical thinking, and creative problem solving.
Remember…10% of the royalties from the sale of all my books is allocated to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF).
At the end of the December Brainbuzz Newsletter, I share news about an exciting new What Color Is Your Brain? book, a fantastic South Jersey JDRF chapter’s educational symposium, upcoming What Color Is Your Brain? Programs, and all my contact information, so you can get in touch with me to discuss a customized workshop for you and your organization, business and/or school.
Happy Reading for the Holiday Season!
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