Achieve a low-stress and joyful holiday season by mastering the art of time prioritization. Explore tips for gracefully declining invitation, planning memorable outings, and creating lasting memories.”
I’m writing this letter on the first official day of summer. The skies are blue as far as the eye can see, the sun is shining, and there’s a gentle, cool breeze coming in my office window. It’s heavenly. Summer seems to get shorter and shorter here in New England and how I spend this time becomes more and more important to me.
Have you heard of the idea of choosing a word for your New Year? It’s the idea of choosing a single word as a guiding principle that acts as a gentle reminder of what you want to focus on throughout the year.
A fun little tidbit about me: I am a master deal finder. Whether it’s coupon codes, credit card reward offers, or cash back shopping sites, I rarely buy something online without exploring all my options.
It’s that time of year when you’re thinking about what to get your loved ones this holiday season. I’m definitely an “experiences over things” kinda gal, so this week, I’m sharing five gift ideas that won’t end up as clutter in your friend’s and family’s homes or lives.