This is often the one thing many of us don't do for ourselves, whether it's the holiday season or not. It's important, though, to take some time (even if it's just 15 minutes) every day (or most days) for yourself. Too often we are focused on doing things for the other members of our family or completing household chores that by the end of the week, we're exhausted. If it's too difficult to get this time to yourself when other family members are around, it may be worth waking up a few minutes early or incorporating it into your workday (such as during your lunch break). Some ideas to get you started:
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