Christmas is a time of joy and celebration. It’s also a time of near-constant baking, decorating, throwing or attending parties, obsessing over perfect gifts and outfits, and a million other things that can lift your spirits or stress you out.
We are officially in the heart of the holiday season, and while the Christmas songs on the radio may be saying “it’s the most wonderful time of the year,” we know that it’s really one of the most stressful. While we do our best to fully prepare for the holiday season, the sheer amount of things that need to be done and the decreasing amount of time to do them in can cause a lot of stress.
It seems as if every year the holiday season begins earlier. Along-side Halloween costumes in the stores are dancing Santa’s and reindeer. But in our mad dash to get our home decorated for the holidays and organize the gatherings, it’s easy to forget about the additional fire hazards that come with this time of year. To keep your family safe, keep these tips in mind to prevent fires: