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Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Feeling Thankful for the Cold with a Workaholics Bear Coat

That time of year has come once again. The NFL season is a quarter of the way finished and the leaves are changing colors. Crock pots everywhere are filled to the brim with delicious soups, roasts, and chili type meals. One thing that the changing seasons remind you of is that everything changes. Your life will continue to grow and evolve. Just remember that rain is always followed by sunshine. So cuddle up in some warm clothes and enjoy your family with a cup of hot cocoa or tea and tell stories by the fireside. Many species of animals will spend this time sleeping. They’ve loaded up their fat storage for a long winter sleep so that they can wake up with renewed vigor in the spring. That’s right; bears aren’t just a mascot for an NFC football team. They’re a real animal and they hibernate during the cold season. You are a whole different kind of animal. With a Workaholics bear coat, you can live life to the fullest during these cold and trying times.

All Emotions Cause Physical Reactions

Many people choose to lament the inevitable changes of life. If you can’t stop something, there is no point in making the situation worse by complaining. Negative emotions are tied to changes in your health. Being pulled over by the flashing red and blue lights of a policeman will trigger fear. This will send adrenaline and other stress hormones surging through your body. Your blood pressure will increase and you will have an elevated heart rate. Most people know the effects of stress on the body very well. If one emotion can trigger a physical response, then all emotions can most certainly do the same.

Choose Your Attitude and Master Life 

The cool thing about being a human being is that you get to choose. Viktor Frankl survived the holocaust. He saw some pretty disturbing things along the way. However, he also saw things that gave him hope. He managed to find a way to feel happy in spite of his awful situation. With a Workaholics bear coat, you will be forever thankful for when the weather turns cold.

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