It seems that from the first of November until the end of December that things move at the speed of light. The whirlwind of activity and the excitement of the season can cause you to feel as if you’re meeting yourself coming and going If you’re not careful, your body, spirit, and wallet all end up feeling stretched to the limit. Here are five quick tips to help you have a great season that doesn’t leave you shell-shocked and depleted when it’s over.
Strive to maintaining healthy habits and routines to avoid getting run down or over-stressed.
Focus on activities and gifts that encourage family togetherness and enjoyment of each other’s company.
Examine the meaning of the holidays so you can create celebrations that are meaningful and special to your family.
Don’t over spend or try to keep up with the neighbors.
Take time to enjoy and have fun during the season. Refuse to get sucked into the comparison game.
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What’s your best tip for a great holiday season?