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Ten Tips for a More Joyful Holiday Season (Number Four)

4)      Restraint is a beautiful thing. Although retailers super-size candy and chocolate to appeal to our sense of value for money, many of us unintentionally poison our loved ones with industrial-sized boxes and buckets. If we care about the health and well-being of our friends we probably should give them smaller food gifts that won’t require five-hundred hours of exercise to burn off. An alternative I love to give, and to receive, are healthy items that are a little too expensive to buy regularly, like almond oil, healthy nuts, dried fruit, or exotic crackers.


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