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  • Writer's pictureMarty Jalove

Holiday Blues are more bearable with BACON!

Maybe you can’t be with family this year. Maybe you’re not financially set for the holidays. Or maybe other issues are bringing you down and you don’t feel like seeing festive friends right now. The days are getting shorter and colder. You have a lot to be sad about.

I have a lot of sad memories about the holidays, and I have a lot of angry memories about the holidays. But I found a way to recall more of the HAPPY ones!

Join us as we talk about ways to identify the Holiday Blues and maybe make them more bearable with BACON.

B – Budget your time and money. Showing someone that you care is not about spending all your money. A – Avoid overeating and over-drinking. The short-term pleasure is probably not worth the long-term pain. C – Communicate honestly with yourself and others. Those who matter will understand. O – Open your mind to new traditions. They could be better than the old ones! N – No unrealistic expectations. Reality can’t always live up to our memories.

The purpose of the holidays is to celebrate gratitude, generosity, humility, and love. I promise you, if you take a moment for yourself, you will see that there are many reasons to smile.

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