Tips for Managing the Holiday Chaos – Find the Joy, Not the Stress


Katie Sandler, career development and impact coach, offers ways for people to find more joy this holiday season.

FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida – (November 11, 2022) – Some people love the holiday season and thrive with the flurry of activities, including decorating, shopping, and parties. Others find it a stressful time that adds a lot to their already busy plate, possibly stretching their already-stretched-thin bank account. With a little effort, everyone can make it through the holiday chaos feeling the joy of the season rather than the stress.

“The holiday season is not to be all rainbows and butterflies no matter what you do, but it can still be peaceful and filled with joy,” explains Katie Sandler, personal development and career coach. “Rather than simply go into it assuming it will be stressful and chaotic, change your thoughts so you see and feel it differently this year.”

Due to increased activities that tend to be ushered in with the holidays, people find their to-do lists getting longer. There is often an increase in things they feel they need to do, including getting together with friends and family, shopping, and decorating the home. All these things can add up in time and money spent, which can lead to more stress for some people.

Here are some tips for managing the holiday chaos to help find the joy rather than the stress:

“It’s easy to get stuck in a rut of allowing the stress and chaos to rule the day,” added Sandler. “It’s important to put your mental health and happiness at the top of the to-do list this season, so you find the joy in the holidays rather than simply wishing they will be over quickly.”

Sandler is a life coach who works with people in professional and personal settings, helping them become unstuck, set and achieve goals, change their mindset, and more. She has a bachelor’s degree in psychology, a master’s degree in mental health counseling, a strong foundation in mindfulness-based stress reduction, and she has worked in hospitals and private practice. She previously spent time as a research assistant at Johns Hopkins, focusing on purpose in life. Sandler offers impact retreats in the U.S. and abroad. To learn more about Katie Sandler and her services or the retreat schedule, visit the site:

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About Katie Sandler

Katie Sandler is a popular impact coach and provides health and wealth coaching and personal and professional development. She offers worldwide retreats and private and corporate impact coaching opportunities. She focuses on helping people become more successful, live with purpose, and impact our world. To learn more about Katie or her services, visit the site:

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