I enjoy Christmas.
I know that commercialism has taken over a lot of the holiday,
but we still have choices to make as we create the memories that mean so much.
It’s our choice, at this time as well as any other, what we will focus on. One of the things that I love about this time of year
is that EVERYBODY has a sale going on.
The stores get really competitive
and it’s a time when the latest and greatest is front and center.
Since I love food, anything that is a kitch
What? Is that even possible? Thanksgiving, Christmas Parties, New Year’s!
Three huge holidays in a row really set us up for major stress…
and they are back to back to back. In a way, it’s good that we can get all of the stress over with all at once.
So, let’s look at some strategies.
It really is all about our outlook
If you are fortunate enough to have a large and loving family, share the chores.
Gone are the days of “going to Grandma’s house” who lovingly had the ava
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