As we move into the week leading up to Christmas, I wish you a happy and healthy holiday.
The third Thursday of December, December 17, 2020, is designated as re-gift day. I annually post about it although it is not so much talked about these days.
Yet regifting is the perfect opportunity to reduce clutter by passing on to others new and unused items you purchased or were received as gifts that no longer serve a purpose. These items can be used in regular gifting or as a white elephant gift. Passing on items that will be appreciated by others can assist with moving items our of your space because the move has purpose…to bring joy (and with a white elephant gift laughter).
Do not forget to follow the rules when regifting. Will you do it this year?
How you want to your holiday to flow? Set your intention now if you have not yet.
Take a few minutes today to frame your vision for a positive holiday season:
- Picture it
- Affirm it
- Plan it
- Make it positive
Choose this for yourself, family and friends. Now act on it!
With Thanksgiving Day in our rearview mirror, are you just beginning to think about Christmas? Are you feeling overwhelmed and asking how will you get it all done?
While it is ideal to start on your holiday checklist on November 1, it is still not too late. You will just need to have a very structured plan to get things done while minimizing stress.
Focus on the items that are priorities and let some of the other items go.
Take a minute now to create that four-week plan as we countdown to the holiday.