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Randy is getting ready for another day at his job, today providing comfort to those in need of some comfort and TLC.
Spending time as a family is the ultimate gift to each other whether you are eating together, exchanging gifts, sharing memories of Christmases past or singing carols. There is so much joy in the company of family and a room full of laughter and story-telling. If you are hosting a family gathering, ask family members ahead of time to help decorate and setup or bring a dish with them to alleviate the stress of cooking and preparing all on your own. The time together and memories made are what’s most important. Remember: Feel good about asking for help if you need it. You owe it to yourself as a caregiver, and those you care for will benefit from a less-stressed ‘you’. Help Those You Love Around You In Recreating the Memories from the Past. Reminisce with old photos, heirlooms, albums.
Uncertain What to Give A Family Caregiver who could use some help with the caregiving or who would appreciate some help from the kitchen? How About the Gift of Time
In-Home Tip for a Peaceful Christmas Journal One: Money and budgets - If it feels like your wallet isn’t big enough for the amount of gifts you would like to purchase, then consider updating your gift giving traditions this year. Keep it simple by drawing names with each family member buying a gift for one other person and set a budget to avoid financial stress. You’ll have more money to spend on a nice gift for one person than if you had to spread your budget amongst all your family members. As another alternative, experience the joy in giving to those outside of immediate family who are in need by donating to a charitable organization, or directly to a child or family in need. Or, share from the generations through recipe reminiscing.