Christmas - the crazy time
EVERY year we hear and say the same thing: “I am too busy to do...….”
Why do we put so much pressure on one month of the year?
Why do we only catch up with friends/ family/ work colleagues at this time of year?
We rush to get last minute tasks done and all of a sudden we HAVE to have that garden done, or that pergola built just before Christmas.
This commonly results in disrupted sleep, poor eating habits, digestive issues/ changes and tight muscles (AKA stress response!).
Here are some tips for you to implement now and to think about for next year and avoid the rush.
pone it to January. People are very emotional at this time of year, and what is important in the heat of the moment on it. Set yourself reminders to deal with it in January.
for work in November or February. We have implemented this and it works wonderfully! We get to enjoy each that you have to rush to the next event or thinking of the jobs you “should” be doing.
other time of the year. Consider Xmas in July with an ugly jumper theme!
helps you repair and recharge for the following day. Try a cup of calming herbal tea after dinner, a luke warm bath with Epsom salts and Lavender oil or try some deep breathing/meditation.
er to have their concert earlier in the
and give them plenty of non screen time and down time.
pleted. Then ask yourself, what needs to be done now, what can wait until January and what can you outsource. This helps you chunk things down into achievable tasks to take the pressure off.
We hope you all have a fantastic break with plenty of down time, good spirits and laughter.
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