This holiday season should be full of joy, friendship, appreciation and all those other things that make us human. Yet, it also often ramps up expectations and stress. Here's a list, gleaned from various experts and sources, to help you stay smiling.
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This holiday season should be full of joy, friendship, appreciation and all those other things that make us human. Yet, it also often ramps up expectations and stress.
Here’s a list, gleaned from various experts and sources, to help you stay smiling.
1. Do something for yourself. Drop in on a yoga class or get a massage to reset your body and mind.
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2. Do something nice for someone without expecting anything in return.
3. Go for a stroll — and breathe.
4. Get the heart rate up with vigorous exercise for a zing of well-being.
5. Eat better and go easy on the alcohol.
6. Get organized and make a list before you hit the mall.
7. Don’t hurry. Holiday travel is always a slog, so just go with the flow.
8. Even for a moment here and there, view the season from a kid’s angle.
9. It’s OK to say no once in awhile.
10. Judge less. Accept more.
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