The holiday season is officially upon us. And it is our official goal this year to keep ourselves organized and stress-free.
Fine. That is probably like wishing for Santa to bring us a unicorn or something.
We really just want to get through this month without rocking in the corner and crying about how hard it is to get everything done.
We are starting that process on Wednesday, December 4th with a special Twitter party we are co-hosting on behalf of The Motherhood for the #HolidayZen campaign.
We will be talking about everything from holiday activities that stress you out to ways that you can spend quality time with your children during this busy season.
Here are the details
What: Research shows that the average American spends 42 hours on holiday activities at this time of year. In the midst of traveling, decorating, buying gifts, and hosting and attending holiday parties, it can be a challenge to find a few relaxing moments to yourself.
Join us for a Twitter party sponsored by The Century Council and its Talk Early program, a leader in the fight against underage drinking, to share suggestions for slowing down, managing holiday stress and finding holiday zen this season.
When: Wednesday, December 4, at 1p ET / 12p CT / 10a PT
Where: We’ll be on Twitter – follow the #HolidayZen hashtag to track the conversation. More details here: http://www.centurycouncil.org/blog/2013/find-your-holidayzen-during-talkearlys-twitter-party-next-week
Prizes: We will randomly award five prizes throughout the party, from all eligible correct responses to trivia questions. Each prize includes a $50 VISA gift card. (No purchase necessary. Entrants must be legal residents of the 50 United States + D.C. 18 years of age or older. Void where prohibited.)
Hosts:[email protected], @theMotherhood, @theMotherhood25, @CooperMunroe, @EmilyMcKhann
We would LOVE to see all our Dose Peeps joining in on the conversation!
This is a Twitter party sponsored by The Century Council and its Talk Early program, but all opinions and references to rocking in the corner and crying over how hard the holiday season is are our own.