The Holidays have finally arrived, and they’re here to stay.
If you’ve been stuck in a rut of trying to make the most of every gift or the time you have the chance, you may need to find some new ways to cope with your stress.
We spoke with New York magazine’s Marie Claire editor-in-chief, Jennifer Palmieri, about how to deal with the rush of the holidays, and how to stay healthy during the holidays.
Palmieri: What’s the hardest part about being a writer these days?
Jennifer Palmier: The hardest part is actually figuring out how to take care of yourself.
If we’re not doing what we do for a living, then there’s no reason to do it.
People are really quick to blame others for their stress, but there’s a lot of people that have their stressors themselves.
People have their own issues with food, or their own food, and if they don’t have a meal planned for the holidays or their schedule is chaotic, then it becomes a struggle to make sure they’re getting enough rest.
And if you’re not getting enough sleep, you have to make decisions on what to eat for breakfast or lunch or dinner.
So for most of us, it’s really hard to figure out how we’re going to survive the holidays if we don’t take care and plan ahead.
It’s really tough.
It really is.
And it’s hard to plan out your life if you don’t know where your body is going to be.
Palmier says that if you feel stressed about it, or if you have any thoughts about it like, “I’m not getting this anymore,” you should talk to your doctor.
But it’s important to note that you’re in the midst of a really stressful time right now.
It can take time to get to know yourself and your body and your mood, and it can take a while to figure that out.
You’ll need to figure things out yourself.
And I think that’s where a lot can happen in your own personal relationships.
Palmiers advice for finding peace during the Holistic New Year’s Eve is to figure your body out, to figure what you want to eat and what you’re going through with your life, and then to take a step back and take stock of what’s going on in your life.
She also recommends getting your body in a healthy state, and eating well.
Palmiere also suggests that you take care with your mood.
She says that it’s all about what you eat and how much you’re eating and how you feel.
So, if you get a little depressed about it and you don-want to do things, don’t make it worse by getting on a binge.
And she says that this year you can have a little relief by taking a few days off.
And for those of us that are in a little bit of a ruts, we can take solace in the fact that it means that there are a lot more people than we’ve had in a long time, and there’s lots of energy out there for everyone to be able to take advantage of.
You can do that too.
You don’t need to be a superstar.
You need to just do what you can.
You’re not just going to have a supermodel to go out and do.
And we’re happy to go back to a lot less.
Palmiri says that the Holocrash holiday party is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate our family, our friends, and the people we love.
It is also a great opportunity to reconnect with our loved ones and to share the joys of life.
And so, it makes a great time to celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, and Valentine’s Day with family and friends, all with a little love and laughter.
And remember, everyone is celebrating with you this year.
Palmiades advice for surviving the Holacrash is to make your family and your friends feel at home.
She recommends making the most out of every time you’re able to come into a room and have a private moment.
And this is especially important for people who have to share a room with their loved ones.
Palmieres advice for the Holi holidays is to celebrate with friends and family.
Palmiris advice for dealing with the Holies is to stay hydrated.
And Palmier recommends that you use your Holi time to make new friends.
She adds that you should also take time for your own health.
If that means taking a nap or taking a walk or doing yoga or reading or doing some other thing, then that’s great.
And the other tip is to just enjoy yourself and make your holiday special.
It doesn’t have to be anything like what you normally do.
Palmies advice for coping with the Holiday season is to be mindful of your body, to eat healthily, and to take good care of your mind and spirit.