Here we are right in the middle of the holiday season. During the time in and around Christmas and New Year’s celebrations, there might be a “lull” of activity for most businesses. Frankly, that is my favorite time of year. There is NO traffic, work is not quite as busy and it’s just plain quiet with less people inside the office.
But other folks might not be feeling quite as nostalgic during this time of year. They may be dealing with end of year reports, kids at home from school, and in-laws that just can’t quite get the hint that it’s time for them to go home! With that in mind, I thought perhaps this might be a good time to review some previous tips on how to handle the holiday season.
Don’t let your inner Scrooge take over
Since Christmas is today, we are right in the middle of the holiday season. Bah Humbug reminds us about putting others first, keeping yourself on track and connecting with others are holiday tips we can use the rest of the year.
Right here in the middle of the holiday season can no doubt bring about stress. Give Holiday Stress a Time-Out provides us with some tips and tricks on doing just that.
Tips for the Soul
Holiday Tips for the Soul offers suggestions on how to get through the Holiday Season and even “pay it forward” to help get through the rest of the year.
With those suggestions in mind we can finish the Holiday Season and begin the New Year on a good note.
David Spears is a member of the Workforce Solutions Navigator team for the Texas Gulf Coast Region. Combining training and education to real world examples, David brings personal and professional experience with disabilities to the table in order to help job seekers with disabilities realize their potential. David has a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Business Administration with over 20 years of experience in the business world