As far as holidays are concerned, the movement is not an ideal activity, even if the movement took place several months ago. If the movement is more recent than this, then you might be a major depression preparing.
Not a big surprise that you feel a little blue during the holiday season. Dozens of holiday songs and movies, has played consistently since Thanksgiving singing literally the praises of being “home” for the season. Think about it for a moment: “Home for the Holidays” and “I’ll be home for Christmas” are just two examples. And when you’re in a place or about to move to a new place, you might not feel at home.
Some Sources of Holiday Blues
There are things that can lead to more Blues Holiday. Understanding the causes can help you find solutions. Here are some of the most common:
· Know in a new place
· Feeling lonely, potentially separated from family and friends
· The loss of traditions that make you feel more festive during the holidays
· Feel disorganized and stressed both by the new place as holidays
Here are some steps you can take to try to feel less down and more festive during the season:
Blues Buster Vacation 1: Allow yourself some holiday time
Many people are simply overwhelmed with packaging, moving and unpacking responsibilities as holidays arrive. There may be a huge temptation to simply cancel the holiday celebration altogether. This is usually a bad idea if the holidays have always been important to you. Plan at least 20 minutes a day to focus on the traditions that were most important to you.
Blues Holiday Buster 2: Breaking Some Christmas Decorations
If there are some decorations or treasures that make holidays are special for you, make sure to pack them in a specially marked box to stand out from the rest so that you can easily find them. If this is impossible, book a time to look through their boxes to find them and put on a bit. If none of these options work, you can visit the local Dollar store and get cheap decorations to put up until you can find the rest of yours.
Blues Holiday Buster 3: Visit Local Holiday Events
To get out and participate in local holiday events, some things are accomplished at once:
· Leave the house
· You get to meet new people
· You take your mind changes and the new place
As a bonus, since many holidays repeat each year, you will build new traditions that you will be able to return to.
Blues Holiday Buster 4: Playing Favorite Holiday Music
Having a favorite holiday music playing the background, even if you do other things, can make you feel more festive. Make sure you choose CDs that are your favorites to be familiar and comforting.
Blues Holiday Buster 5: Maintain communication with family and friends
Leverage email, web cameras and phone to check with family and friends “early and often” during the holiday season. Ask a lot of questions to keep copies of conversation request photos sent by email celebrations and send them to yours. One trick is to send cards early in the season, as this tends to help bring cards to you.