We are heading into one of the busiest and most stressful times of year, adding to the everyday stress of life. My advice (to parents and non-parents) is to make time (even just 15mins) for you. You’ll find you can enjoy the holidays and the people around you a lot more if you’ve taken the time to take care of you (I know, I know – I will too, I promise).
Tag: holiday stress
If you celebrate Christmas, you can probably relate to the fact that there is so much pressure to have a perfect, sparkly Christmas morning. And those of us with young children know that amongst all the sparkle, come the over-tired, overwhelmed, over-excited tears. Here are a few things I’ve found to be helpful in navigating the chaos and minimizing the tears. THE NIGHT
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