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THE AFTER HOLIDAY BLUES

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For many people the weeks following the Christmas
holidays followed by easing into a new year can be difficult. The kids have headed
back to college, and the younger ones are back into the school day routine. The
grown up kids that came to visit have packed up all the baby and kid items and
made their way back home. Each one seemed to have taken with them a piece of
your holiday joy, and you feel like it’s just too quiet. You miss the chaos, the cooking,
the laughter and the feeling of being together as a family. You untrim the tree
and start packing up all of your holiday decorations, and it makes you feel sad that
you won’t see them until the season returns. As you pack away the twinkling lights,
you feel your own light dimming
too. If you find yourself in
this place, it’s ok, as long as it
doesn’t last too long. It’s time
to start focusing on you again.
Call a friend and have lunch or
maybe begin a project you’ve
been putting off. Get involved
in some community or church
events. Find things that bring
you happiness. Before long
things will be as busy as ever!

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