by Kelly Beaudoin
Even for those of us who love the holiday season, this time of year can be very stressful. In addition to all our regular commitments, we somehow manage to squeeze in enough time for holiday shopping, extra cooking and baking, get-togethers and parties, and maybe even a school concert or two.
The stores start stocking holiday décor in October, and suddenly the pressure is on – to have the “perfect” holiday, but do we really need perfection and all the stuff that goes with it?
Three things can make the holidays especially difficult for us all:
Here’s a valuable piece I came across on Forbes.com on the subject of Aging Parents in fragile health and the decisions that have to be made for the best outcome.. I wanted to share it as a resource for anyone who may be in this situation with their own parents.