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  • Holiday Survival Guide: 10 Tips to Make It Through to January

    This is a time of year when you’re likely going to plan too much for the holiday break or get anxious about these two weeks off before the new year, which brings up all sorts of anxiety. It can play tricks with your mind and spirit, so here are a few things you can do to survive—even thrive—during the holiday break. (And “break” is key.)
    1. Accept the Silence. You want to get ahead, especially as the end of the year is looming, so the holidays can be an unwelcome break in your progress. Accept that downtime, use it to reflect, and really check in with yourself.
    2. Write. You probably won’t have someone to collaborate with creatively, but writing lets you check in with yourself. Write. Anything. A play, a short, a story, a blog, journal entry—whatever connects you.
    3. Walk. Wherever you are, go for a long walk.  Moving your body in silence allows you to process the past and plan, and plan for the future so you can be more present.
    4. Take that yoga, dance, or martial arts class. Get on a meditation schedule. Ease into a new practice for the new year now.
    5. Do that something you always want to do but rarely give yourself the time to

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