During yesterday’s (overwhelming!) discussion of Christmas scheduling, mom caught me whining about what is usually a favorite holiday tradition by saying I needed to just “get it over with.”
She raised an eyebrow and said I might want to re-think things if that was my attitude about it.
And she was right.
I can’t be the only one who needs to hear this message. Are you already stressing about the holidays? We all have different triggers. Some worry about the busy-ness. Others, the cost. Some stress about finding “the perfect gift”.
Instead of stressing, let’s SIMPLIFY.
Here are the top 5 things you can do to reduce stress this holiday season:
1) Send holiday cards from HM Quick Cards
Show your loved ones you’re thinking of them when you send out personalized cards! Choose from tons of templates and customize to your heart’s content. Save 25% when you order soon! (See details on the flyer below.)
2) Capture hearts and make memories
Order personalized gifts for those you hold most dear. Photo canvases, purses, memory books, ornaments… you name it, you can personalize it in a Heritage Makers account.
3) Order online from your one-stop-shop
If you have stockings that need stuffing, let your fingers do the shopping! Youngevity’s 2014 holiday kits make great stocking stuffers. (See details on the flyer below.)
4) Give the gift of health!
A Healthy Body Start Pack or a Jump Start 14-day guided health plan each make the perfect gift for someone you care enough about to help get healthy.
5) Take advantage of DEAL DAYS
There are special Youngevity sales happening on Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday. (See details on the flyer below.)
And if you’re in the Central Florida area, swing by my house tomorrow night to Beat Black Friday On Tuesday. We are going to go into detail on all these deals and how you can get the most bang for your buck this holiday season.
Who likes a good deal? (Me!)
Who likes to get their shopping done early? (You?)
Who likes easy and quick? (Everyone!)
So let’s forego the usual holiday stress and keep things simple this year, shall we?! Please let me know how I can help you simplify the season!