Declutter your life workshop at Hofstra in Long Island

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Key Ways to De-clutter Your Life and Reduce Stress (Workshop)

Posted by Debbi Honorof on Thu, Jul 25, 2013 @ 02:24 PM

Did you know that a positive outlook can not only improve the quality of your life, but also actually extend the length of your life?  A National Institutes of Health study showed optimists were up to 33% less likely to die of various causes during an eight-year period.  Attitude really is everything!

If you’re interested in improving your outlook, and thus your quality of life and life expectancy, there are many small, simple steps you can take to become a more positive person.  One of these simple steps might surprise you:  de-clutter your life. 

Hofstra University Continuing Education (CE) is happy to announce our newest workshop “De-clutter Your Life to Reduce Stress”.  In this workshop, you’ll learn the signs and symptoms of stress and anxiety, the impact of stress on your body, triggers for stress and anger, and how to feel more empowered and motivated.  You’ll learn, in essence, how to get rid of all the extraneous “noise” and simplify, which will affect your whole life in positive ways.

diane langOur instructor for this important topic is therapist, author, and positive psychology educator Diane Lang.  Ms. Lang is the author of “Baby Steps: the Path from Motherhood to Career” and “Creating Balance & Finding Happiness.”  She has been featured in many publications and shows, including the Daily Record, Family Beautiful Magazine, Health & Beauty NJ, Family and Working Mother Magazine, Good Morning Connecticut, and Fox & Friends.  She has counseled patients with different forms of mental illness, physical and emotional abuse, and relationship issues, and is a much-sought-after expert for positive parenting.  When you hear the feedback of participants in her prior workshops, it’s easy to see why:

“Diane presents her topics in a very enthusiastic, realistic, informative presentation. She spends quality time answering your questions and concerns, and gets everyone involved. Her formula for achieving success in whatever area of life goals you are struggling with are simple lessons that you can put into action. And she provides you with additional motivation and confidence that you can do this!”  -Sharon, Roxbury, NJ

“Diane has the unique ability to impart a great deal of information in an accessible, understandable and entertaining way. Because of Diane’s ability to inspire her audience, participants at these workshops have expressed determination to put some of her ideas into practice. Her workshops are perfectly geared to her audience, offering practical suggestions that real people can use in their daily lives.”  –Christine O’Brien, B.A., M.L.S., Senior Librarian, Jefferson Township Public Library

Don’t let negativity win!  Join us for this exciting 1-day workshop and learn to better understand and manage the stress cluttering your life.

Click here to register:  De-clutter Your Life to Reduce Stress 516-463-7200 or

Thursday, August 15, 2013, 6:30-8:30 p.m.

About Finding your happiness

Diane Lang is a Therapist, educator, author and life coach. Diane has two books: Baby steps the path from motherhood to Career and Creating balance & finding happiness. Diane works as a Therapist and also is an adjunct at Montclair State University. This blog will help educate and empower you to live your best life! For more information please visit her website:
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1 Response to Declutter your life workshop at Hofstra in Long Island

  1. Five Quick Minutes says:

    Attitude determines altitude…like it or not! It takes so much effort and energy for some to pick themselves up and put on the positive mindset. But it is sure worth it when one can accomplish it!

    Take care and enjoy the classes…

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