I bet everyone is wondering what happened to the daily countdown? Well even yrou most organized wedding planner gets busy! So grab a chair, sit back and relax as you catch up on the next few days of countdown. Ready, set go!
Day 15 Christmas Countdown:
Examine Your Sole:
Christmas shopping not only takes a toll on your wallet, but on your feet as well.When you get home, put a towel around one foot, grasp both ends of the towel and pull your toes toward you for 15 seconds, then release. Do this until you feel the soreness slip away. Then switch feet. Or if you have time to get a nice foot rub ….that will help too! Even a father of the bride massages his daughter’s feet right before the wedding…..that is love!!!
Day 16 Countdown to Christmas
Imitate St Nick
There’s nothing like a good belly laugh to make you feel the joy of the season. Need some help tickling your ribs? Here are some great ideas, watch the movie The Santa Clause or Home Alone….or sometimes just remembering some good old-fashioned fun! I love that we can make our couples laugh!!!
Day 17 Christmas Countdown
Celebrate the Quirky
Learn to laugh over all the silly slip ups that happen every holiday season. Then write them down , you will find these mishaps often become your best t memories. Some of our best memories are the the ones that are least expected according to Psychologist Ronald Nathan.
Day 18 Christmas Countdown:
Scent for Company
To quickly make your house smell festive, add a tablespoon each of these herbs to 2 cups of water, let simmer on low heat in an old pan, taking care not to boil. Use dry cinnamon, bay leaves, sage leaves, rosemary and lavender.
Day 19 Christmas Countdown:
Dust off a Lawn Chair
Bundle up and sweep off a lawn chair. It’s tempting to hide inside, but it’s important especially with the beautiful Florida weather to remain connected to the outdoors all year round. Sit quietly for a while and watch the birds and nature all around you.
Day 20 Christmas Countdown
It never fails just as we get close to the holidays you start to feel sick, because you are run down, not sleeping enough, not eating right and it is flu and cold season. Remember wash your hands often, use your antibacterial, take zinc and vitamin c as a precaution when around many people, think of that when you are out shopping or at events. If you do get sick, try the Echinacea tea with honey and lemon, if it is not getting better see your primary care doctor so that they can recommend something before it gets worse. Often times it is viral and you just have to wait it out.
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