Your deep emotions are part of what make you so effective as a college administrator (elementary school nurse, part-time doughnut maker, etc.). You really care, and you listen. If your customers want more sprinkles, you give them more sprinkles. If one of your students has a bellyache, you fix it right up with some Pepto-Bismol and a stuffed tiger. If the English department secretary is unhappy with his pay raise, you talk him down. But on the 1st, you might have to reign in your emotions, a little. You don't want to let them consume you! By the 4th and 5th, you're back in your regular, well-grounded space. It feels good (and you look great). Talk to your friends about the holiday party issues you are having on the 8th, 9th and 10th -- they'll know just the caterer to call. Great news comes your way at work on the 13th and 14th. Yeah! By the 18th and 19th, you definitely want to ruminate. You're in just the right spot for some holiday romance (under the mistletoe, perhaps?) on the 23rd and 24th. Who is that little elf, anyway? Remember that all of those passionate responses to a minor problem at work could be fueled by holiday tension on the 28th and 29th. Listen to your subconscious on the 31st.
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