5 Tips to Help You Prep for the Holidays
Thanksgiving kicks off the busy holiday season and it’s full steam ahead until Christmas. With less than a month to get everything done, you’ll want to make sure you plan ahead to avoid unnecessary stress. Even if you’re not hosting a party, you’ll no doubt have a lot to prepare for traveling, gift giving, and more. So to help you breeze through the holidays stress-free, we’ve got a few simple tips you can follow.
Do Big Cleaning First
You’ll want to make sure you’re free of clutter and have a space to relax. A good holiday cleaning is a good way to keep your environment healthy during the winter. Plus, when you get the big cleaning out of the way, you’ll be less stressed about having guests around. A quick tidy up will be all you need to welcome holiday guest.
Donate old clothes & toys
Once you’ve done a big cleaning, you’ll no doubt find an overstock of things you don’t need. If you have children, they’ll want to make room for new gifts. So, find some time to look through what you and your family can do without and share the love with others in need.
Take Inventory of Your Pantry
Make grocery shopping less stressful by looking at what you already have at home. You’ll save extra cash and, by not being overstocked on things, it will also keep your pantry organized. Plus, this will help you plan holiday meals early!
Plan Your Holiday Shopping
Stores and malls are the busiest during the holiday season so make sure you plan ahead and get all your gifts before Christmas. Make a list and then put some time on your calendar to make sure you get your shopping done. Break it up into a few days to make it less demanding. Even better, you can start your shopping at Youngevity! Check out the Holiday Gift Guide first.
Make sure you’re getting enough sleep
Rest is essential to your health. It helps keep your immune system healthy and is essential for your mental health. So make sure you’re not sacrificing sleep during the holidays. If you need a natural sleep aid, try Youngevity’s Sleep EZE.
Remember, the holidays are a time of family, friends, and fun! So try not to stress and make sure you’re prepared for all the holiday cheer!