Holiday Stress Relief Tips – 7 Tips for Stress Relief

October 7, 2009 at 8:28 am | Posted in Lifescape | Leave a comment
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In
today’s world, holidays are seldom celebrated for their true meaning.
Now more than ever, you need to be equipped with holiday stress relief
tips if you are going to make it through the most stressful time of the
year.  After all; you are supposed to be at your happiest during the
holidays right?  Unfortunately, due to the overwhelming pressure of
giving the biggest and best gifs, the holiday season has become a time
in which you probably can’t wait for it to come to an end.
Imagine
the holidays being filled with good food, fun company, love, peace, and
laughter.  Well, that’s the way it’s supposed to be.  However, it’s not
always as easy as it seems thanks to repetitive commercials on
television, radio and in print that advertise the last toys,
electronics and home goods.  Every time you turn around, there’s an
advertisement for the latest Playstation.  On top of that, there are
those darn irresistable sales that just seem like a crime to pass up.
  1. Work within the confines of your budget.
  2. Do not use credit cards.
  3. Purchase certain items for your holiday dinners in advance.
  4. For serious holiday stress relief, this year instead of giving gifts, consider volunteering your time together as a family at a homeless shelter, food pantry or other organization.
  5. If you are going to give gifts, plan your gift giving in advance.
  6. Determine what time you are going to end your holi-days.
  7. After the holiday festivities are over, unwind with a relaxing hot bath and some soothing aromatherapy.

I hope you will find these holiday stress relief tips helpful.

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