Holiday season is a time for celebration for most, but can be a time many of us experience sadness, stress, anxiety, fatigue, and even depression – especially, if we don’t have extended family or many friends.
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This can often be a stressful time of the year, with work parties, family gathering obligations, and endless amounts of food to make and eat! Schedules and routines often get thrown out the window. That's ok. I’m here to tell you how to enjoy the holidays while ensuring that your sleep schedule doesn’t get off track.
Christmas is in two days? What!? The weeks leading up to the holidays can be filled with more sugar, more parties, and more excitement for your children, and that can lead to some serious holiday stress, not just for them, but for you, too! The challenge to keep from ruining your little one’s sleep, while still managing to have an enjoyable time celebrating is a big one, but don’t worry–it’s possible.
Here are a few tips to make sure your child is sleeping when Santa comes down the chimney:
Buzzwords like “simplicity” and “minimalism” sound even more enticing in December, don’t they? The season of consumption and consumerism is in full swing, and it’s leaving a lot of families feeling overwhelmed and overstuffed. Here are 5 simple tips for minimizing your family holiday, without losing an ounce of that special feeling.