1. Focus on what’s most important
It’s easy to lose sight in all of the holiday chaos, but remember the bigger picture and what the holiday’s are all about; whatever that means to you. So stop and smell the roses, or rather, the poinsettias, and lighten up. Enjoy the holidays and the people you spend it with.
2. Don’t forget to ask for help
Santa doesn’t do it alone. He has hundreds of elves helping him. No one expects you to host a holiday party, prepare a dinner, and wrap presents all on your own. The holidays are about helping one another so ASK FOR HELP! I promise things will run smoother if you do!
3. Stick with what you know
Don’t try and out-do yourself and impress your guests with a big elaborate meal or party. If you try something new and it doesn’t go as planned, you’ll be scrambling to pull off plan B. Stick with what your guests know and love and they will thank you later.
4. Take advantage of time savers
You’ll thank yourself later. It’s almost impossible to do everything from scratch with the hustle and bustle of the holidays. Don’t cheat your guests with everything pre-made but, it sure makes life easier to take a few short cuts!
5. Have fun
The most important tip of all! The holidays are a time to relax and have fun. So take advantage of your time off and do what you love to do! and happy holidays!