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‘Tis the season for good tidings and great joy! For many of us, the holiday season is something we daydream about all year long. What’s the perfect gift for my hipster sister? How are we going to get that eight foot spruce through the door? Will my husband’s family gobble up my gingersnap cookies? Suddenly, all of those holiday questions leave your head hurting and you’re seeing Rudolph red.

We’d like to prevent that from happening! With a few helpful tips, you’ll be stress free, healthy, and happy this holiday season.

Yes, that eight foot spruce is lovely and fragrant. But, it could cause you a Grinch-sized headache. Here’s how to avoid ‘Christmas Tree Syndrome’.

So many parties. So much delectable food. You’re up a few pounds and you’ve got heartburn for days. Feel good by heeding this advice.

Grandma no longer lives over the hill and through the woods. She lives in sunny Surprise, Arizona. Arrive to her house safely by using these tips.

You’ve been on a baking frenzy, you’ve adorned your house in all things Christmas, and you’ve been buying gifts on Amazon late into the night. Admit it. You’re stressed. Women tend to get more stressed than men during the holidays. Here’s some excellent advice on how to relax.

As much as we want the holiday season to be full of laughter and light, it can be very challenging for some. The holidays can bring painful memories to the surface. It’s important to be mindful of people’s feelings. This information is important for everyone to read.

Hopefully, you’re feeling a bit more prepared for the holiday season. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

This resource was first published prior to the 2019 merger between DocuTAP and Practice Velocity. The content reflects our legacy brands.

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