The holiday season naturally brings on different levels of emotions for people. The current state of the world is creating or compounding emotions in many of us. A lot of families put a greater emphasis on commercial gift giving and for those, this year might be extra frustrating as we deal with product shortages and supply chain issues.
Emotions and frustrations are already high and our senses are on high alert; so, it is best that we don’t allow our emotions to be manipulated by outside sources, commercials, news programs and social media. It is essential that we cling to things in our lives that have value beyond a price tag and focus on loving and keeping those dear to us, close to us.
The holidays are meant to be a time of joy and reflection, not stress and anxiety. Let us try to silence the fear mongers and not play into their game and enjoy our time with family and friends this holiday season.
-Natasha Hughes Smith
Natasha has 15 years of experience in real estate as an investor, interior decorator and licensed real estate agent combined.
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