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Staying healthy during the holiday season is hard to do, especially with the flu virus floating around. Plus, with everything on your to-do list, it’s easy to become overwhelmed and have a hard time enjoying your family and events. While it does take a little bit of effort on your end, staying healthy and happy during the holiday season is possible as long as you take a few key steps.
Since the holiday season and flu season are synonymous, make it a habit to wash your hands with soap and warm water several times a day. This will stop the spread of flu germs and hopefully keep you from getting sick. You should also try to stay active and eat healthily so that your body is prepared to fight off illness.
Stress can bog down the holiday spirit and leave you wishing it was already January. Try to manage your stress by taking time for yourself, staying organized and only doing as much as you can handle. If you can’t do something, don’t feel bad about saying no.
You can also reduce some of your stress by ordering holiday cards well before the holiday season gets underway. This will allow you to send your Christmas cards so that they get to your family and friends in time. With tons of templates that are easily customizable through Shutterfly, personalizing and sending out your holiday cards in the mail has never been easier or more convenient.
If you live in a colder climate, you probably get tired of throwing on boots, gloves, warm socks, a scarf, a coat and a hat every time you go outside, even if it’s just for a few minutes. While doing this can be a pain, staying dry and warm is an important part of protecting your health during the holidays.
Remember, this holiday season can be a healthy and happy one. You just have to make sure you’re making a conscious effort to protect your health, avoid the flu and manage your stress.