How To Create The Perfect Holiday Season


The holidays are right around the corner, so Lori and I wanted to share how we dial in our schedules and uphold our boundaries so that we actually enjoy the season. We break down what we do before, during, and after the holidays in order to stay on track with our personal and business goals. 

We talk about our simplified approach to gift giving, how we practice the ‘less is more’ philosophy, and explain how we protect our energy around friends and family. Plus, we share our favorite New Year’s Eve tradition and explain how we set ourselves up for success at the beginning of the year. 



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(1:10) Welcome back to another He Said She Said episode of The Chris Harder Show.

(2:22) Lori talks about how their family’s approach to giving gifts. 

(6:21) Chris shares his pre-holiday advice. 

(8:26) Chris asks Lori, “What’s your advice to have better holidays?” 

(11:06) Chris stresses the importance of picking your battles during family gatherings.  

(12:36) Lori shares her post-holiday ritual.  

(14:21) Chris talks about leaving some runway time between the holidays and getting back into the full swing of your work week.  

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You’re Going To Hear About:

  • Focusing on quality time and experiential gifts 
  • The importance of sticking with your healthy habits during the holiday season 
  • Picking your battles and keeping the peace with your family 
  • Why we like to schedule a trip or self-development event in January to kickstart the year 
  • Giving yourself some buffer room before you dive right back into work 

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