Usually I tend to break up my gift guides into separate posts, but I thought maybe it would be easier for everyone if I included all the categories into one and just sort of left out the descriptions.
Hopefully it helps give you some ideas if you’re stumped and desperately trying to finish your shopping. Continue reading “Ultimate Gift Guide”
I have really been struggling this year with feeling like the season is going too fast. It always does every year, but this year is worse than usual, and that’s even with me starting to listen to Christmas music and watch Christmas movies on November 1st. So, what’s a girl to do?
Keep it Christmas into January! Continue reading “Christmas Doesn’t Have to End on December 25th”
I was in a panic when our friends asked Shane for a list of what I wanted for my birthday in October. Sure, there are always things I want, but I don’t ever remember them off the top of my head. I finally made myself stop and write out a short, budget-friendly list of things I would genuinely like to receive. I’ve modified it a little for my Christmas list, but here’s my Christmas wish list for 2018. Continue reading “My Christmas Wish List”
Here’s your friendly holiday reminder not to ask people when they’re having kids, this holiday season or ever, even if it’s family.
1. You don’t know what they have been through or are going through.
2. It’s none of your business.
Every year I see jokes about Black Friday shopping and maxing out credit cards, but lately I’ve been noticing a trend of more mindful shopping and gift-giving.
I’ve been noticing parents requesting experiences for their children instead of things (from those insistent on buying gifts), and sticking to the: something they want, something they need, something to wear, and something to read.
I am also going to suggest, as the title of this post implies, mindful shopping this holiday season. Continue reading “Mindful Shopping Over the Holidays”