How To Beat The Post-Holiday Blues

Real Estate Agent with Aussie Real Estate Team NORES# 21174

It’s the day after Christmas, and I am feeling blessed, thankful, and seriously exhausted!  Despite that, having four young kiddos makes this time of year magical.  The fire is blazing, the Christmas music is playing, we have 'snowman soup' (AKA, hot chocolate), and the kids are running around ecstatic about Santa’s late night visit. 

Then, one day later, I have a house full of new toys and no where to put them. Also, I have leftovers that I need to clean out of the fridge, and I still must run to the store for basic groceries to get us back to the normal routine. I mean, these are NOT things to complain about, so why do I feel completely exhausted and mopey whenever the holiday season ends?  More to the point: what should I do with all of this Christmas clutter?


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RVA HomePRO Michael Hottman
RVA HomePRO Realtor with Keller Williams serving Hanover, Henrico, Chesterfiled and Richmond, Virginia - Glen Allen, VA
Helping you achieve goals in life & real estate

 Kasia Olek Gratitude is one of the best cures for depression (so is working out). It's impossible to be depressed when we are showing gratitude.

Dec 26, 2014 10:55 AM

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