Are you experiencing some Christmas calm or festive frenzy?
It’s the time of year that we like to think of as a time of calm, peace and goodwill towards all. But all to easily it can be a time of frantic activity especially if it falls to you to organise sending of cards, buying and wrapping of presents, food shopping , cooking…the list of ‘to do’ can seem endless.
Expectations seem to get higher and higher to create the ‘perfect Christmas’ and so it is not surprising that many find Christmas to be one of the most stressful times of the year. Children over-excited, the supermarkets are a nightmare (do we really need so much food?) and then there is the extended family to visit.
It’s all too easy to get caught up in a hectic schedule leaving no time for you….yes you do need to put time aside for you to re-charge those batteries and just relax!. It’s especially important if you often feel that you are running ‘on empty’ or easily get tired and irritable. All signs of a high stress load and such stressors have a cumulative effect on our bodies.
At an Eat Breathe Love workshop we take a closer look at how the many varied stressors of modern living can add up and start to affect the quality of our lives. We help you understand how important loving and caring for yourself and give you plenty of motivation and suggestions to help you
So if Christmas is not a time of peace and calm for you why not book onto our next Eat Breathe Love workshop.
Here’s what some of the ladies from our last workshop said about the day:
“A fantastic day to look, reflect and focus on yourself”
“An excellent workshop with valuable information to survive life today”
“Lots of little gems of knowledge to help the future sparkle more”
“Today was a very uplifting day, very informative, lovely relaxed atmosphere, fantastic therapies”
Next workshop: Saturday 9th February. Make time for yourself, it’s so important!
Some Eat Breathe Love festive tips:
If you are in a festive frenzy why not:
Delegate. All too easy to feel you must do everything yourself, ask the children, your partner, visiting family to lend a hand.
Take time out, run a warm bath, add some bubbles and some Epsom salts (contains magnesium; a great relaxing mineral), light a few candles and relax.