The holiday mayhem and shopping is in full swing! Whether you’re standing in long lines outside in the cold, hours before a store opens, or ready to click on the online shopping sales in the early hours of the morning. Either way, it’s all very stressful mentally and physically. As you gear up to battle early hours, long lines, and a massive crowd, we have created some tips to get you ready to survive the holiday shopping chaos.
Make sure you’re getting a good night’s sleep during the holiday season. Beauty rest is not only crucial for your skin’s health but also your mental and physical health. Standing in a long line inside of an overcrowded store can easily wear you down physically and cause you to overheat. Be sure to have a bottle of water with you to stay hydrated and a healthy snack to take the edge off until you can get something to eat. If the shopping day is a long one and you’re in need of a pick me up instantly rehydrate dry, thirsty skin anywhere on the face or body with a hydrating mist.
When it comes to tackling the holiday shopping list, it’s important to shop smarter and not harder! Keep a look out for email newsletters that contain special offers and discount codes. Not only are they a good way to save some money but it’s also an easy way to shop without breaking a sweat! Another way to make multiple check off‘s on your list is to look out for bundle deals. Sometimes buying items individually can be costlier versus finding a great bundle deal to reduce your cost and to turn into individual gifts. It’s a smart way to save time and money!
If you plan on visiting stores and malls to get some shopping done it would be wise to plan your day in advance so that you’re able to get everything done. Have your list, coupons and discount codes ready in advance. Make sure to bundle up, put on your comfy walking shoes and don’t rush! It’s better to be safe and be mindful of the other drivers on the road rather than nabbing that prime parking spot first. Most importantly, let’s not forget that the holidays are not about the material things but about spending time with your loved ones. No matter how big or small the gift may be, it’s the thought that always counts.