December marks my second year anniversary writing the High Octane Women blog for Psychology Today. Keeping with the seasonal tradition of countdowns, here are the top 10 High Octane articles (most read) from 2012. 

10) The Power of the Mind: Quotes to Get You Thinking

9) 3 Strategies to Get and Stay Inspired

8) Quick and Easy Stress Busters for 10 of the Most Common Stressors

7) Where Do You Fall on the Burnout Continuum?

6) WTF Are Men Thinking? Do Women Really Want to Know?

5) Dealing with People Who Drain You

4) Quotes about Stress that Will Tickle Your Funny Bone

3) Why Mess Causes Stress: 8 Reasons, 8 Remedies

2) 50 Quotes to Help You Live Like You Were Dying

1) 6 Reasons You Should Spend More Time Alone

And the most read article in the two-year history of the High Octane Women blog:

Running on Empty: How to Recognize When You're on the Road to Burnout

I hope you have a relaxing New Year!

© 2012 Sherrie Bourg Carter, All Rights Reserved

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Sherrie Bourg Carter is the author of High Octane Women: How Superachievers Can Avoid Burnout (Prometheus Books, 2011).

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Sherrie Bourg Carter Psy.D.

Sherrie Bourg Carter, Psy.D., psychologist and author of "High Octane Women: How Superachievers Can Avoid Burnout," specializes in the area of women and stress.

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