‘Tis the season for cooler weather, colored lights, holiday aromas, nostalgic music, filling meals and heart-felt gifts. It can also be a time of indulgence — too much food, too many mugs of “cheer,” too much money spent, and too many house guests. These all contribute to too much stress.
As a military spouse, we can easily over do it. Either we’re traveling to see family, hosting company, trying to make our new place feel just as homey as the last one, or shopping ‘til we drop to find the best deals on gifts without busting our budget.
In order to feel your best and brightest, consider treating yourself to some special pampering this season. The merrier you are, the easier it will be to spread seasonal joy in your home and with loved ones.
Ah, there is nothing like that dry winter air and the havoc it can wreak on your skin. Take a look at these ideas to have Glowing Skin All Winter Long.
Don’t let dull, grey skies impact your makeup routine. Try these Makeup Trends to Brighten Your Winter Look.
Limp locks and static killing your normally gorgeous tresses? No problem, read on for Winter Hair Problems Solved.
Take some breaths and fully enjoy the special moments this season has to offer. Here are 4 Ways to Take Care of Yourself This Holiday Season.
Ah, it can happen to the best of us. Cakes, pies, cookies, eggnog and alcohol can lead to tighter jeans and an upcoming New Year’s Resolution. Get a jump on things with these Ten Ways to Prevent Holiday Weight Gain.
In the Kitchen
Brr…it’s getting colder. Here are some fun ways to fill your mug and warm your tummy — Tasty Hot Drinks for Winter.
If you’re ready to make mom’s famous recipe, or are preparing treats for your children or neighbors, why not make things simpler? Here are some quick Ways to Make Your Holiday Baking Easier.
Looking for ways to stuff your husband’s stocking? Or perhaps this is a link you can share with him so that you get exactly what you’re hoping for? Take a look at these Beauty Stocking Stuffers.
Need a great gift idea for children, in-laws or the host of a dinner party? It truly is the thought that counts. Check out these recommended Great Gift Ideas.
If it’s your year to host, you have a lot of fun (and work) ahead of you to prepare and manage the cleaning, decor, activities, food and your sanity. Here are some ways of Handling the Holiday Invasion. Good luck!
Last, but certainly not least, is what this time of year is all about. Make some memories and read How to Share Holiday TIme With Loved Ones.
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