5 Great Ways to Spread Holiday Cheer

We know it is difficult to find the time and get in the holiday spirit when you work long tiring shifts. The holiday season is hectic for everyone but to make it easier on you, we’ve compiled some quick and simple ways to get in the spirit and spread that holiday cheer! These great ideas can be used whether you work in a hospital, doctor’s office, veterinary clinic, retirement center or anywhere else!

1. Decorate Your Office: There is no time like the holidays to get creative and decorate your space to make it fun and festive! You can tweak your holiday decorations to make it more in-line with your workplace.

2. Brighten Up Your Scrubs: Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered, we have the best winter scrubs just for those who listen to Christmas songs all December long. These festive scrubs will have everyone singing along to your favorite Christmas carols.

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3. Bake Holiday Treats: There is nothing that says the holidays quite like good food and yummy treats. Check out a few of our favorite holiday desserts that are ridiculously cute and really easy to make.

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Melted Snowman Chocolate Bark

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Elf Cookies

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Melted Snowman Oreo Balls

4. DIY Christmas Gifts: Spread your holiday cheer by showing your appreciation to your patients or your co-workers with some simple, festive, and awesome gifts. These aren’t time-consuming and can be used for anyone and everyone. Plus, these DIYs will save you some money during this pricey season.

5. Enjoy a Hot Drink: Baby it’s cold outside, so on your day off stay inside, light the fireplace, and treat yourself to your favorite hot holiday drink. Below are a few of our favorites. What is your go-to warm winter beverage?

Indulge in the Apple Cider Floats or get sweet with the Nutella Hot Chocolate.

What is your favorite way to get in the holiday mood? Comment below and let us know! Feel free to share a recipe, gift ideas, or pictures of your decorations!

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