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Combat the ‘Blues’ this Christmas with the White Pages®
December 6, 2010
Come December, the sun is out, Christmas decorations scale lamp posts and the jolly man starts popping up across the country; but for many people the holiday season is not one bit cheerful.
Research shows it is common for people to experience a case of the ‘holiday blues’ over the Christmas and New Year’s break. Many are reminded about the inability to be with the ones they love.
This year, reach out with festive friendship by reconnecting with a long lost friend or family member. Start by looking up their name at www.whitepages.com.au or in the White Pages® Book . The White Pages® has made it easy for you to look up contact details wherever you are however you chose to search, so you can give old friends and relatives a buzz, or do it the old fashioned way and pop a note in the post.
With a simple gesture of friendship and the White Pages®, a lost loved one can be found with ease and is sure to smile this season catching up on old times with you!
For different gift ideas for friends and family consider supporting a charity close to your heart and the disadvantaged. The Smith Family assists disadvantaged children offering them opportunities and support. You are even able to sponsor an Australian child's education and learning http://www.thesmithfamily.com.au.
Oxfam Australia enables you to purchase various gifts for families in third-world countries such as a pig, goat or a lemon tree to help those that need it most become self sufficient. Check out http://www.oxfam.org.au.
And of course, with the fuzzy upper lips from movember recently harvested, don’t forget to support beyondblue, aiming to prevent depression and respond effectively to it. http://www.beyondblue.org.au
Christmas should be a happy season and with the White Pages® you can be sure to stay connected with friends and family throughout the festive season.
Sensis proudly supports 20 Australian charities including The Smith Family, OxFam Australia and Beyondblue through their Matched Payroll giving program.