Holidays are a time for coming together with loved ones to celebrate seasonal festivities. And yet, the holidays can be one of the most stressful times of year for many people. Pressure to spend money, time, and energy on things that society deems important can leave you feeling overwhelmed, exhausted, and fearful of what may happen if you don’t keep up with the Joneses.

According to a 2015 survey conducted by Healthline, a consumer health information site, 62 percent of respondents described their stress level as “very or somewhat” elevated during the holidays, while only 10 percent reported no stress during the season. Three of the biggest holiday stressors are finances, time, and energy. Let’s explore how the effects of stress in these three areas can show up.

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Tris Thorp

Tris Thorp

Tris Thorp offers one-to-one Integrative Coaching and online courses in the art of inspired living, through cross-utilization in mindfulness-based lifestyle practices, meditation, personal empowerment techniques, and emotional wellbeing.
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