The holidays are a stressful time for many families, especially moms. Learning how to cope with the holiday stress properly.
Continue healthy habits
Try your best to continue eating healthy, sleeping properly and taking time for self-care. Between the holiday parties, the business of seeing family and friends, and seeing family members that you may not have the best relationship with, it can be challenging to keep up these healthy habits. But when you do, it will help you and your children cope with a busy festive season.
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One tip to help you combat the stress of the holiday season is to take a few quiet moments to yourself to practice gratitude. Regardless of your situation, writing down the things that you’re grateful for is a great way to keep a positive attitude throughout a stressful time.
You can journal or take a few quiet moments at the end of the day.
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Be intentional with your time
It’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. With a lot of things on the go, it’s important to be intentional with your time. If you’re feeling overwhelmed, stressed or burnt out, it’s okay to take a break and say no. Be sure to set boundaries, even with family and friends.
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