Issue 19 – Jul/Aug/Sep 2016

Issue 19 – Jul/Aug/Sep 2016

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Let’s leave the last word to Elbert Hubbard, who wrote, “He has achieved success who has worked well, laughed often, and loved much,” at Holistic Therapist Magazine, we’re here to help you do all that and a bit more.

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Can we enjoy success without stress? For such universal concepts, both stress and success are
defined very differently on an individual level. For one person, success might be a diary packed
with appointments for months ahead, for another, it’s getting a sustainable level of income
combined with time for family and other pursuits. Some of us cope well with stress, while others
seem to career from one crisis to the next, living lives that make those of soap opera characters
seem mundane in comparison.
We believe it’s possible to be successful on your own terms without suffering from stress, so
that’s what we’ve asked our contributors to consider for this issue. Mark Shields believes that
planning how we use our time is key to reducing stress; Sarah Williams helps us celebrate
our successes; Ed Joy writes about stress busting herbs; Jade Saffer tackles that most
modern of stresses – cyberbullying; and Simonetta Logan introduces the technique of Somatic
Experiencing, which helps combat trauma and stress. Along the way, you’ll find practical
business ideas, great new recipes and products, and inspirational stories from those who have
achieved their own form of success.
Talking of success, why not share your own story with us by entering the Holistic Business
Awards? There are six categories this year, and the winners will be announced at Olympia
Beauty on October 2nd.
Let’s leave the last word to Elbert Hubbard, who wrote, “He has achieved success who has
worked well, laughed often, and loved much,” at Holistic Therapist Magazine, we’re here to help you do all that and a bit more.

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