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I’ve got a real family “Christmas Crisis” here . . . and need your help on this one, so leave your comments below . . . You see, I was born in Georgia, USA while my wife Soma was born in Germany.  Come Christmastime we always have a debate going, since those German Folk celebrate differently than we do.  Hence the problem. Growing up in America, I was taught to believe that Christmas was the day Jesus was born, i.e., the same day we celebrate his birthday.  We waited all night for Santa Claus to come, then tear into the living room on Christmas morning to find our toys and... (Read More ...)

The festivities that come with Christmas,  Chanukah, and New Year’s Eve can be dangerous to your health – and the health of your coaching clients.   Consequently this may be the best time to share some tips on how to have a healthy holidays if they are prone to overdoing it. I know, I know.  Unless health and nutrition is your field of coaching, you probably won’t be giving out much advice here.  But for your own sake, I’m sharing these tips with you anyway since a) that’s part of what I do as a Chiropractor and b) knowing these tips will help your coaching! ... (Read More ...)