If you work within an academic library, as I do, finals are over, December graduates are gone, faculty are closing their class grade books and offices are starting to empty. Soon the College will be starting shorter hours and days closed to celebrate Christmas and welcome a new year.
I found several items to help make this time of year more enjoyable – perhaps relieving some stress for you.
Holiday Wellness Tips from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
10 (Research-Tested) New Year’s Resolutions, Culled from the Work of UB Faculty http://www.buffalo.edu/news/13077#
Carlson School of Management Flash Mob, Deck the Halls
History of “Joy to the World” and other Christmas Carols
How to Wrap a Cat for Christmas
Whatever your plans are for this time of year, my hope for you is to have time to reflect on the best of 2011 and begin to plan for a happy 2012. Most of all here are wishes for great joy and good health.
Merry Christmas & Blessed Hanukkah!
- Google’s Christmas Decorations (seroundtable.com)