The Joy of the Season

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With the holiday hustle and bustle upon us, this month we are so excited to bring you stories filled with ways to ease your stress and fill your season with fun and happiness. Our feature will help you tackle one of the biggest tasks of the holiday season: gift giving! Finding that perfect gift can be so rewarding and fun, but let’s be honest, for those who are tougher to buy for, it can be downright stressful!

Our Editor in Chief has ideas that will help you show even your toughest family members some thoughtful love. While you’re driving around town or wrapping those fabulous gifts, pull together a fresh playlist of  holiday songs from our On a High Note section. This month’s article shares favorite Christmas tunes from Prince William residents and our PWL staff. In Local Flavor, we’ve also rounded up drink, side dish and
dessert recipes to please any crowd.

Need to destress? Why not try a new way to relax? Salt-water floatation touts many mental and physical health benefits. Read all about it in Destinations. And needlework, like knitting and crocheting, are also wonderful stress relievers. Prince William is home to talented teachers standing ready to get you started with this relaxing hobby. Check out Lifelong Learning for a few spots to get to stitching.

We’re also bringing you the story of Old Town Strong, in Giving Back, and the creative ways they’re supporting the needs of the Greater Manassas Community. Health and Wellness shares a success story out of Sentara’s Wound Healing Center, while Your Finances offers tips for preparing for the financial side of being a caregiver.

We hope you and your family find plenty of time to kick back, relax and enjoy each other’s company this holiday season. And if you’re looking for a last-minute gift, a tax-deductible $20 donation to Give Back Prince William gets you a year’s worth of Prince William Living delivered to your door or straight to the
mailbox of a loved one.

We thank you for your readership throughout the year, and we’ll see you in the New Year.
All the best,
Rebecca Barnes


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