Good Morning Glories!
This week I thought I’d share All Things December.
I’m starting with the Merry Little Christmas Project.
The Merry Little Christmas Project was created by my friend Kaley in response to a year where she had such high expectations for the holiday that she forgot to enjoy the season.
If you ever feel like you are running on a treadmill trying to make the greatest holiday for those around you, only to be disappointed by their reactions, the Merry Little Christmas Project is for you. It’s about finding joy in the moments that matter this holiday season – and letting go of expectations of perfection.
There is a Facebook group if you’d like to join.
This week, the Merry Little Christmas Project has declared it to be Random Acts of Kindness Week to truly celebrate the heart of the season. If you’d like to participate, carry out your random act of kindness and post it on your Instagram or Facebook with the hashtag #RACKWEEK.
Does your book club set their book list for the upcoming year in December?
My book club disbanded after several years. Too many people going in too many different directions.
But I’ll be using the Delicious Reads 2016 Book Club List as my suggested reading list for the upcoming year and thought you might enjoy it as well.
In a few weeks we will able be resolving to do “something” better in 2016. Those “somethings” often involve personal finance or health and wellness.
I’m a big Erin Condren fan, so I wanted to bring up this deal for her Budget Book and her Wellness Journal now so you can have them ready to go January 1.
The way this deal works, is if you shop through this referral link, you will get an email with a $10 code.
Once you have the code, head back to the Erin Condren website. Find “Life Planners and Books” and the two booklets are then under “Accessories”.
The total for the two books is $11. So after your coupon code, all you will pay is $1 plus the cost of shipping!
I loved this list of 26 Things Every Person Should Do For Themselves at Least Once a Year. The exception is #11. #11 produced anxiety in me just at the thought!
This tutorial for How to Make 100 Natural Gifts in One Hour means you could make a gift for pretty much everyone on your Christmas list this year.
I shared this on my Facebook Page. If you have a Trader Joe’s, between Thanksgiving and the end of the year, they sell this diced Butternut Squash. I LOVE this stuff. It cooks up so quick, it makes any recipe with butternut squash a snap to make. I love it so much, I bought 7 bags to tuck in my freezer. (two of the bags will squeeze into a freezer safe bag. Then just pop in the freezer.)
My daughters always have a hair tie around their wrist. Always. And so do all their friends. I loved this hair tie bracelet for Christmas.
Shhhhh. Don’t tell my mom, but I’m printing her one of these Welcome Guests WIFI Password signs.
Did you miss any of these post this week?