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Survive and Thrive This Holiday Season with Rescue Remedy and Advice from Mallika Chopra
Date:11/20/2009

NEW YORK, Nov. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Mallika Chopra, healthy living expert and founder and CEO of Intent.com, and Rescue Remedy, the #1 natural stress relief products in the US, are teaming up to help Americans survive the holidays the natural way. The program kicks off with advice from Chopra, to be posted today on Intent.com. Her advice highlights how to prepare for the holidays without the stress or foreboding that typically comes with this time of year. Following the first article, Intent.com and Rescue Remedy will post 12 blogs starting December 25 from a group of carefully selected experts in health, nutrition and relationships.

"The irony of the holiday season is that many of us are unprepared for the stress and anxiety that comes with planning for a joyous and celebratory occasion," says Chopra. "This year's economic downturn may bring additional stress in the form of tighter wallets, a smaller travel budget and family tension in the form of well-meaning, but insensitive, questions about a family member's unemployment. And let's not even get started with the weight gain that comes from indulging too much in holiday snacks..."

Mallika Chopra's tips to survive the holiday season with your physical, emotional and spiritual health intact:

  • Set clear intentions about your goals: Whether it is to remain harmonious with your family or staying on budget, setting goals will help you to remain aware of your actions.
  • Keep the items of your personal wellness toolkit within reach: Anytime you are tempted to reach for an extra holiday cookie, reach for your toolkit herbal teas, energy bars, all-natural stress relief from Rescue Remedy, or framed pictures of your family and loved ones.
  • Find a few moments of alone time: Take some time for yourself, embrace the silence between your thoughts before you feel tempted to micro-manage the family to-do list.<
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SOURCE Rescue Remedy; Intent.com
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