People are all excited for the Christmas Holiday Celebration. However, we all know that happy holiday such as Christmas has a corresponding negative afterreffect and that is stress. During Christmas, we get to be stressed due to many activities such as Christmas shopping, gift wrapping, visiting friends and others. But do you know that you can still easily manage your stress like these five New Jersey residents? Here, they share how they cope up stress during holiday season.
Anne Gadsden of Newark, a mother of three has literally avoided the crowds in the shopping centers but still gets everything she wants for the holiday season. Do you know what she did? She practically shopped online. Online Christmas shopping is the latest craze for shoppers nowdays, Aside from the fact that you can conveniently shop around the world, you do not have to go outside to get your stuff for Christmas. It can also lessen your expenses because online stores usually offer free shipping of their purchased products. Ms. Gadsden has already done holiday shopping for her family and now emotionally and physically ready for Christmas Celebration.
"Whenever we go to beaches during summer, I usually sneaked out just to shop around the stores nearby," said Tasha Crimson, a grandmother of eight. She also shopped during 4th of July, Labor Day and even until Thanksgiving Day. When holiday season comes, she has already done her holiday shopping. She chuckled: "That's definitely the benefits of early shopping; you get to settle all the things you want." Beside, Tasha hates the freezing weather during Christmas holiday, so, she does retail by retail holiday shopping when the weather is still good.
According to Bob Caprioti, he simply delegates all Christmas tasks to his wife Rita specifically Christmas shopping, because he hates doing it. On the contrary, his wife loves shopping for the family. "I let her do what she wants and let me do what I want to do for Christmas," Bob of Wanaque, contended. When he was asked if his wife bought something for herself and mark it with "from Bob", he replied: "I have not gone that far. shopping style, or may be his wife's, is according to him, painless and stress free on his part.
Being away from home town and living alone in New York City, Angela Rodriguez of Fair Lawn chuckled when asked about her styles of shopping. "I usually do shopping right after Christmas Day," she said. Her family comes from Peru and although they are all living in America, they still altogether celebrate the Feast of the Three Wise Men coming early in January. After spending Christmas in New York with her colleagues and friends, she would fly to Florida on New Year's Day to meet her family. As for her luggage, she ships it ahead of her departure which makes her travel a stress free one.
As a full time University student and part time store keeper, Tamara Williams loves holiday rush shopping. She even finished shopping until Christmas Eve. She used to rush shopping because of her tight schedule. But according to her, she can still buy stuffs for the Christmas season. She had limited time though, but she made everything finished before she goes home for the Christmas celebration.