Pick a charity or place to donate to, and make an announcement at work. Ask those who can to participate and donate, and make it fun with office wide updates.
Find a local charity and donate some of those unopened gifts you bought for a gift exchange or you got and never opened. It’s a more thoughtful way of re-gifting, this way giving it to someone who could really use it.
Giving to others is such an important part of this season, make time to set an example and give back to those less fortunate.
Tis the season for giving! Whether you are getting a Starbucks for the morning or you just want to help your neighbor out with a small task, start a pay it forward movement, and let that Christmas cheer spread.
We all know how important it is to sit back, reflect, and look back at life choices and mistakes. That’s all well and good, until you get caught up looking backwards in life that you forget to look and move forward. I know a lot of people who are struggling with this, especially if they…
Don’t wait till Christmas to try something new! Test it out first, to make sure it’s up to par and that you get any kinks out before everyone is at your house for the big day.
Try to sit down and wrap one present a day. Sometimes, it’s easier to take 5 minutes than two hours to get it all done. Just don’t forget to label it!
Most of us have giant to-do lists this time of year, so take it in bite-sized chunks. Take one task a day and do it before dinner. If you have time for more after dinner, more power to you, but at least you’ve gotten one thing checked off.
If you’ve ever owned pets, then you’ve dealt with the horror of fleas, especially if they go outside. Luckily, if you notice some fleas on your pet, once you get their flea meds done, go ahead and lay Borax around your house. It won’t hurt you or your pet, but it will kill the fleas….
In this vlog, I talk about some of my favorite traditions, especially Christmas cookies! One of my favorite things to do with them, since I make so many, is give boxes of them to friends, family, and coworkers, to help sweeten their Christmas.