Did you have fun with yesterday cooking session? I am sure this one will ask more of your time and energy, but it is for the best!
Clean the whole house to start fresh for the new year and work as a team!
Many traditions in many countries include a substantial cleaning once a year. I think that instead of focusing on the theoretical ideas of new year resolutions, we should spend more time starting fresh, as in our environment. Clean the house, sort out as much as you can, clean from floor to ceiling, from the basement to the attic.
Most importantly, involve everyone in the process. Everyone is or should be happy to live in a freshly cleaned house. If you want to start fresh, begin with the living space. Maybe you don’t want or can’t do it all in one day, so this first room will set the pace and mood for everyone to have a try at cleaning their personal space later.
If your environment is clear of clutter, your ideas will follow. You can’t have a peaceful time with your loved ones in a busy, dirty place.
It can do good to others too
If your sort out your possessions, you will be able to donate to a charity. If you have kids, you can teach them that some are less lucky than they are, and maybe some of their useless toys can make another kid happy. After all, it’s never too late to play Santa!
A little Christmas Spirit to cheer up the hard work
If you want to be on the list for my free “Mindfulness Advent Calendar” for next year, you can already subscribe to the list, visit the page here.
If you want to read my 12 tips:
First tip: Holiday Tip #1 For A Rejuvenating Time
Second tip: Holiday Tip #2 For A Rejuvenating Time
Third tip: Holiday Tip #3 For A Rejuvenating Time
Fourth tip: Holiday Tip #4 For A Rejuvenating Time
Fifth tip: Holiday Tip #5 For A Rejuvenating Time
Sixth tip: Holiday Tip #6 For A Rejuvenating Time
Seventh tip: Holiday Tip #7 For A Rejuvenating Time
Eighth tip: Holiday Tip #8 For A Rejuvenating Time
Ninth tip: Holiday Tip #9 For A Rejuvenating Time
Tenth tip: Holiday Tip #10 For A Rejuvenating Time
Eleventh tip: Holiday Tip #11 For A Rejuvenating Time
Twelfth tip: Holiday Tip #12 For A Rejuvenating Time
If you want to read more about Christmas and Winter season: