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5 Tips for Managing Holiday Stress
One of the best parts of the holiday season is continuing the traditions. For some families, that means baking cookies and delivering them to neighbors. For others, it means volunteering time at a food bank or nursing home. And for some of us (most of us), there’s also the tradition of STRESSING OUT. Because there are gifts to buy and gifting budgets to set and parties to host and pies to bake and a holiday feast to prepare and gifts to wrap and the relentless elves on shelves that require way too much of our mental energy. Aaaaaaahhhhhhhh But there’s always room for a new tradition. So next I’m going to give you 5 tips I found helpful from Very Well Mind to cut the holiday stress and begin a new, more peaceful era of holiday celebration.

1. Prioritize holiday activities. Too much of a good thing can be overwhelming, so make sure you don’t try to cram in too many activities. Choose your top 5 favorite holiday activities, spread them out over the next few weeks, and focus on really enjoying just those.

2. Take shortcuts. If you really want to send out holiday cards but you’re a little short on time, cut down your list to just those people you actually speak to on a regular basis. If you want to deliver baked goods to your neighbors, you could get them from the delicious local bakery instead of making them yourself. Try to find ways to simplify holiday tasks.

3. Be mindful of holiday eating. It can be difficult to maintain healthy eating during the holidays. In addition to the constant temptation of sweets, there’s also the risk of stress-induced emotional eating. “This year,” writes Elizabeth Scott, PhD, “plan ahead by being aware of your triggers, do what you can to have some healthy food at hand for each meal, be aware of your intake, and practice mindful eating.”

4. Rethink “togetherness.” For most people, spending time with friends and family is an important part of the holidays. But before you invite your parents and siblings to spend a week at your home, think back to years past. Did you all end up driving each other nuts after too many days together? Make sure you set limits so your time together is still joyous. On the flip side, if you know you’ll be experiencing loneliness this holiday season, consider volunteering to help those less fortunate. You’ll get to gather with other volunteers and spread cheer to those who need it most. “Many people report these experiences to be extremely fulfilling, and your focus will be on what you have rather than what you lack,” writes Scott.

5. Take a walk outside each day, if possible. The exercise and sunlight will help eliminate symptoms brought on by seasonal affective disorder (SAD). And a walk is always a great time to clear your head and take some deep, calming breaths. When you take the time to identify and eliminate your biggest holiday stressors, you’ll be better able to enjoy the season.

I hope these 5 tips will help you enjoy the Holidays a little better this year! I hope you have a FANtabulously Rockin’ and Super Stress Free Christmas and New Year! Reach out to me and let me know what worked best for you! I’d love to hear from you!
ROCK ON!
Lisa

Lisa Ortiz is the best real estate agent we’ve ever had! Her bright, friendly demeanor is refreshing and she is our “go to” to get our houses sold!

Kortney Kirsch

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If you’re buying a home or Effingham County and Savannah area property Lisa Ortiz, REALTOR® has the experience you need to help make the buying process easier, less time consuming, and I’m on your side to help make sure you get the best deal while I worry about all of the details.

Either way, countless local home owners and investors trust Lisa Ortiz, REALTOR® to help them wade through the real estate buying and selling process while keeping more cash in your pocket and helping you save the time and headache of working with less experienced brokers.


When you work with Lisa Ortiz, REALTOR® I promise to help you…

  • Save time worrying about your purchase or sale so you can keep enjoying your life
  • Avoid costly mistakes that can pop up with difficult transactions
  • Keep more money in your pocket
  • … and more.

I’m excited to work with you!

Give me a call at (912) 695-6932 or dive into the resources I have on this site.

– Lisa Ortiz, REALTOR®


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