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    About this Episode

    As stressful as life can get, we all look forward to the holidays.

    It is the time of the year where we can unwind, reconnect with family, and look forward to the new year.

    But if you're too stressed about work and life in general, there's a high chance you'll carry over that energy over the holidays.

    If you're looking for ways to release stress and lighten your mood, then this episode can help you. 

    The holiday season - it's a that can be both joyful and stressful. Jay shares invaluable insights on acknowledging and managing stress, anxiety, and the feeling of overwhelm during this festive period.

    As the holidays approach, let's break down the top four sources of stress, providing practical tips to tackle each one. From learning to say no without guilt to taking all your time off, he emphasizes the importance of setting boundaries to protect your mental well-being.

    Let Jay guide you through ten actionable strategies for a more mindful and enjoyable holiday experience. From incorporating healthy meals between events to budgeting and planning ahead, these tips are not just for surviving but thriving during the festive season. 

    In this episode, you'll learn:

    • How to deal with stress and anxiety
    • How to prepare for the holiday season
    • How to change your mindset about stress
    • How to fully enjoy the holiday festivities

    This episode is your go-to guide for creating a holiday season filled with joy, peace, and self-care. Together, let's approach the holidays with a clear mind and a grateful heart. Tune in to make this season truly special.

    With Love and Gratitude,

    Jay Shetty

    What We Discuss:

    • 00:00 Intro
    • 02:59 Learn to Acknowledge Stress, Anxiety, and the Feeling of Overwhelm
    • 04:45 The Top Four Sources of Stress Around the Holidays
    • 07:02 #1: You’re Allowed to Say No
    • 10:46 #2: Take All Your Time Off
    • 14:47 #3: In Between Events, Add Some Healthy Meals
    • 17:44 #4: Expecting Triggers is Better than Hoping They Won’t Happen
    • 19:38 #5: Allow Yourself to Switch Off and Do What You Want to Do
    • 21:14 #6: Check in Advance and Make a Budget
    • 22:10 #7: Be Clear with People About What You Want
    • 23:53 #8: Look at Your Calendar and Plan Ahead
    • 24:30 #9: Make Time to Reflect This Year
    • 25:19 #10: Don’t Abandon Therapy and Meditation 

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    🔑 Key Takeaways

    • Acknowledge and address holiday stress by reframing expectations and finding healthy coping mechanisms to make the most of the festive season.
    • It's important to prioritize our own well-being and set boundaries during the holiday season, saying no to obligations we do not want to attend and making time for self-care.
    • Prioritizing time off and incorporating healthy habits, such as nutritious meals and supplements, can improve productivity and well-being during the holidays.
    • Prepare mentally, prioritize self-care, and set financial boundaries to have a more enjoyable and stress-free holiday season.
    • Communicate your expectations, plan ahead, reflect on the past year, and prioritize self-care to reduce stress and have a meaningful holiday season.

    📝 Podcast Summary

    Dealing with Holiday Stress and Anxiety

    Stress and anxiety around the holidays are common and normal. It's important to acknowledge and be aware of our stress rather than avoiding or pretending it doesn't exist. Stress is like a warning sign, and by avoiding it, it only grows stronger. A study shows that financial factors, family gatherings, travel and planning, and disrupted routines are the top sources of holiday stress. It can be particularly challenging because the holidays are supposed to be a positive and joyful time. However, it's crucial to reframe our mindset and understand that reality may not always align with our expectations. By acknowledging stress and finding healthy ways to cope, we can make the most of the holiday season.

    Prioritizing Self-Care and Setting Boundaries During the Holidays

    It's important to remember that it's okay to say no, especially during the holiday season. We often feel pressure to attend every party and event, even if we don't want to. But it's crucial to prioritize our own well-being and not feel guilty about declining invitations. By communicating our reasons early and with genuine affection, we can retain healthy relationships while taking care of ourselves. Additionally, we must recognize the value of taking time off and not assume that having time available is enough. Many people don't take all their paid time off, often due to concerns about falling behind at work. However, it's essential to prioritize self-care and make use of the time we have to recharge and rejuvenate.

    The importance of taking breaks and finding balance during the holiday season.

    Taking time off from work is crucial for refueling and maintaining productivity. The idea that working more hours leads to greater productivity is a misconception, as not taking breaks actually hinders performance. Burnout and exhaustion not only affect our well-being but also impact our relationships with coworkers. Therefore, it is essential to prioritize and enjoy time off, especially during the holiday season. Another key takeaway is that while it's tempting to indulge in high-calorie foods and drinks during the holidays, finding a balance and incorporating healthy habits is important. Taking supplements like vitamin C, D, and B12, along with having nutritious meals, can help boost immunity and overall well-being.

    Navigating Family Gatherings: Strategies for a Happier Holiday Season

    During family gatherings or holidays, it's important to expect triggers rather than hoping they won't happen. By preparing ourselves mentally and having strategies in place, we can navigate difficult situations more effectively. Just like anticipating traffic on a road trip, we can arm ourselves with things that bring us joy and divert our attention from triggering family members or stressful events. Additionally, it's important to remember that during the holidays, we should prioritize doing what we truly want, rather than succumbing to pressures from others. This is a rare opportunity to have time off and indulge in activities that bring us happiness. Lastly, setting a budget and making a gift list can help us avoid financial regrets and overspending during the holiday season.

    Clear communication, planning, and self-care can lead to a more enjoyable holiday season.

    Clear communication is essential during the holiday season. If you want specific gifts or have certain expectations, it's important to let others know instead of assuming they can read your mind. Just like Santa Claus can't deliver the perfect gift without knowing your wishes, your loved ones need guidance as well. Additionally, while it's crucial to be present and enjoy the festivities, it's also important to plan ahead and make sure you're not overwhelmed or exhausted. Take the time to reflect on the past year and determine what you want to add, subtract, or multiply in the coming year. Lastly, don't neglect self-care practices like therapy and meditation during this often stressful time. By following these strategies, you can reduce stress and enjoy a more meaningful holiday season.

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