The holidays can be one of the best times of year. However, it\u2019s also one of the most stressful times for many people because of everything that\u2019s going on. But there are many things you can do to keep your family stress-free during the holidays. Consider these tips: Put away the gadgets. When you\u2019re spending time with your family during the holidays, it can be a great bonding experience. However, your focus should be on your family, not your iPhone or your tablet. Put these items away while you're spending quality time with your family so that it can actually be quality time together. Don't worry about buying the most expensive gifts. Many people feel they need to spend a lot of money on the people they love to show they care. But a better way to show you care is by spending quality time with them. It may be a good idea to set a spending limit for each Christmas gift so people aren\u2019t stressed out about spending too much money and they can instead focus on creating valuable family experiences and lasting holiday memories. Think of other ways to give. When people think about giving during the holiday season, they\u2019re usually talking about material items. But there are other ways you can give to the people you love. Perhaps you can forgive someone who\u2019s hurt you in the past. You can also make extra effort to spend more time with your family. More quality time together can strengthen family bonds, which is a great \u201cgift\u201d to all. Work together. There\u2019s so much to do during the holidays that it\u2019s easy to get stressed out. However, you can minimize the stress by helping each other with all of the things you have to do, such as going shopping, wrapping gifts and preparing for any holiday parties you might be planning. If the entire family pitches in, no one person will be overly stressed and possibly cause negativity and extra stress for everyone else as well. These are just a few things you can do to keep your family stress-free during the holiday season. The holidays are meant to be a time of joy, merriment and giving for everyone.