Read these books instead of drinking 58 Christmas cocktails?

Today I read an article called “58 Christmas cocktails to get you through the holiday drama.”

Hmm. That sounds fun, but personally I think it would be more fun to have less holiday drama!

So I give you a list of books that helped me find more peace and contentment while dialing the drama way down. As you shop for others, pick up one of these books for yourself, and head into the new year equipped with strategies for facing your pesky challenges.

2 thoughts on “Read these books instead of drinking 58 Christmas cocktails?”

    1. Thanks Mike! I’ve now migrated that to my new health coaching oriented site. Did we set up a time to meet for coffee in January? Please remind me when that is, I can’t find it on my calendar. Wishing you and your family a Merry Christmas!

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