Being Intentional this Holiday Season. What will you give up?

  1. Sara says:

    I love this Tessie! One of my words for 2019 was ‘intentional’. Giving up things that are being done for the sake of tradition or obligation, that don’t bring joy, is energy that can be spent elsewhere.

    • Tessie Snow says:

      Intentional is such a great word! I love it. I have also been trying to be more intentional over the last year or so and it has felt so good to give things up!

  2. rachel says:

    I love this! Yay for gingerbread kits! So good to decide what to let go of to bring more joy, instead of add. This year I decided to do things just to make people smile. Reindeer antlers and a nose on my car so kids got excited in the carpool pick up line. Handing out candy canes to strangers, telling them they’re on the nice list. Inviting other families to participate with us in our traditions.

    • Tessie Snow says:

      The handing out candy cane things was absolutely genius! I love that you focused on others and were intentional about spreading love in the world!

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