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Archive for January, 2011

Wednesday, January 26th, 2011

Fisher: Fighting the crazy-busy life

By Patty Fisher
Mercury News Columnist
Posted: 01/25/2011 05:57:38 PM PST
Updated: 01/25/2011 09:54:31 PM PST

It was a frantic morning. No time for a leisurely breakfast of cereal and the morning papers. Just coffee in a to-go cup, a granola bar and a cursory scan of my e-mail on the way out the door. I zipped up the freeway to Nueva School in Hillsborough, listening for traffic reports, checking my voice mail and wondering how my life got so crazy-busy.

But not to worry. Dr. Ned Hallowell was going to fix everything.

The Harvard psychiatrist and author of “CrazyBusy: Overstretched, Overbooked, and about to Snap!” was going to explain how to unhook from data overload, jettison stress, lead a simpler life and raise happy, successful children.

I couldn’t get to his lecture fast enough.

Outside the Nueva auditorium Tuesday morning, a crowd of coffee-sipping, muffin-munching moms — and dads — checked out a display of Hallowell’s books, including “Driven to Distraction,” “Delivered from Distraction” and “Married to Distraction.”

You may sense a theme here. Hallowell is an expert on attention deficit disorder, but his lessons translate to anyone who feels bombarded 24/7 with vital and useless information, plagued by guilt, beaten up by worry and stress.

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Wednesday, January 26th, 2011

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