Ending Holiday Stress
You may remember the day Santa Claus brought your first bike. It had green handlebars and shone under the Christmas tree lights. It is hard to believe that the presence of your dreams has actually come. You knew you would always remember the best Christmas. Fast forward a few years. Its Christmas week and you're a wicker suitcase. They do not believe that you will not be able to complete your shopping, packaging and decorating during the big day. You must visit, send cards and send donations. You are experiencing the full range of Christmas stress and there are no signs of diminishing.
The fact is, you can enjoy the holidays by significantly reducing stress levels. It all starts with being involved in pre-holiday planning. Make a list of your goals for the holiday. What do you really want to achieve this year? What can you really do on your own, and what help will you need? Keeping your intentions in writing gives you mental peace. It is also important that you set your own agenda for the holidays. Do not let others set the agenda for you. In this way, you can ensure that your needs are met before you try to meet the needs of others.
If you have a difficult task ahead of you, consider bringing your family and friends. Sharing loads drastically reduces your stress levels. Plus, you'll be getting rid of clutter you don't need. Instead, try to create a vacation that is good enough ... enough to make you smile ... it is good enough to bring joy to your loved ones. Also, spend at least part of your vacation planning helping someone in need. You will get a rewarding experience and it will help you to cope with the demands of vacation.
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