The holiday season is so special - especially when little ones are involved. It can be a truly magical time. But who’s creating that magic? If you’re reading this, that means it’s probably you.
There’s so much pressure around the holidays to make each day/moment special. It can be exhausting to try to “keep up.” Extravagant gifting, detailed Elf-On-The-Shelf plans, 12 days of Christmas cookies. It can feel like it's never ending!
We understand wanting to make the holiday season special for your family, but it shouldn’t ALL be up to you. And it certainly shouldn’t be at the cost of your physical and mental health.
Here are some easy ways go avoid holiday burnout:
The holidays will be magical whether your home looks like something from a Pinterest board or not, so we hope you find these tips helpful and you enjoy your holidays with your family.
*We know many of these tips are easier said than done. If you find the holidays especially triggering, reach out to a loved one or healthcare provider.
Both Lindsey and Ashley contribute to the blog! Sometimes also with guests and sometimes from conversations with guests :)