I’ve put together twelve tips for putting the “HAPPY” back into Your “HAPPY HOLIDAYS” after the loss of a loved one. Check out my TWELFTH tip:

Do something good for someone else in honor of your loved one! Something so simple can make you feel great and connected with the loves that you’ve lost. For some tips on how to spread the Christmas cheer check out my video here:

I’ve put together twelve tips for putting the “HAPPY” back into Your “HAPPY HOLIDAYS” after the loss of a loved one. Check out my ELEVENTH tip on how to get your endorphins going and get a little pep back in your step.

 

I’ve put together twelve tips for putting the “HAPPY” back into Your “HAPPY HOLIDAYS” after the loss of a loved one. Check out my TENTH tip:

Make sure to take some time for yourself. In the hustle and bustle of the holidays it’s easy to get caught up in doing so much for other people that you forget to take some time for yourself. Learn a couple tips on how to treat yourself here:

I’ve put together twelve tips for putting the “HAPPY” back into Your “HAPPY HOLIDAYS” after the loss of a loved one. Check out my NINTH tip:

Carrying on with the same traditions after the loss of a loved one is a great way to honor them. Check out the video for more!

I’ve put together twelve tips for putting the “HAPPY” back into Your “HAPPY HOLIDAYS” after the loss of a loved one. Check out my EIGHTH tip:

Want to know the best way to get in touch with your lost loved one? How to get your thoughts out and really purify them? Watch this video!

I’ve put together twelve tips for putting the “HAPPY” back into Your “HAPPY HOLIDAYS” after the loss of a loved one. Check out my SEVENTH tip: Party! Surround yourself with friends and family so you can talk about your lost loved one in comfort. Celebrate their life while enjoying your holiday season.

I’ve put together twelve tips for putting the “HAPPY” back into Your “HAPPY HOLIDAYS” after the loss of a loved one. Check out my fifth tip: It’s about singing! Do you like to sing? Whether you like to or not, singing is a great way to let emotions flow from you body. So get out there and belt one out for yourself, or with your friends and family. Let me know where you like to sing by leaving me a comment below. Love and Blessings, Lisa

I’ve put together twelve tips for putting the “HAPPY” back into Your “HAPPY HOLIDAYS” after the loss of a loved one. Check out my fourth tip: It’s about getting into the kitchen and honoring your loved one with one of their favorite recipes. What is your favorite recipe that your loved one used to make, or eat? Leave me a comment and tell me about it – include the recipe if you’d like! Love and Blessings, Lisa