Even though we've just finally arrived at Christmas Eve, if your mind is always working, as mine is, this is also the time to think ahead to New Year's Eve and New Year’s Day. After all, those two holidays are just a week away!
In January, I’ll have some tips for you to have a successful year, in general. But meanwhile, here's an idea for your New Year's festivities. I'm telling you about it now because it will most likely take a tad of planning. Not much, but hard to do on the fly.
If you follow ClearClub on social media, you may have noticed that we’ve recently been featuring our night guards in the traditional Channukah blue. As someone who celebrates that holiday myself, I can attest to how fun it is to have one more way to honor our traditions.
After having to mostly be away from family and friends for the Fall and Winter holidays in 2020, I'm sure we're all thrilled to finally be able to celebrate with loved ones once again this year. But we all have to remember to not get crazy with it yet—we have to be careful for a little while longer.
So to make everything easier for us, I suggest we “baby-step” back into the holidays this season.
A little bit of smart advance planning coupled with self-care and thoughtful practices can ensure that your holiday shopping experience is short on anxiety, and bountiful in healthy practices – both physical and mental. Here are a few guidelines you can follow...