On the second day of Christmas… Ok, it’s a tad late for that, but let’s say we just make it last a little longer because once you’ve caught the right spirit, it’s a precious gift for you and your loved ones over time.
My #2 tip for this season
Are you ready for a second challenge? Once again, there is no big surprise here, but sometimes it’s nice to be reminded of simple things.
Play a game together! That sounds tricky for some, maybe dull, or too easy. But try it all the same. Just embrace a slow time with your loved ones. Just play!
From time to time, it’s good to not worry about the real-life rules. Board games are here for that. They have their own rules, and it’s a different world. For once, the youngest could not be the weakest; the old ones can win. Games of chance, such as dice, also are an excellent way to have fun. You surely don’t have to think of a strategy to win, or feel bad if you lost/ gained today! All you have to do is enjoy the ride.
Today is a poem day:
For my “Spirit of Christmas” little help today:
Down Time’s Quaint Stream by Emily Dickinson
Down Time’s quaint stream
Without an oar
We are enforced to sail
Our Port a secret
Our Perchance a Gale
What Skipper would
Incur the Risk
What Buccaneer would ride
Without a surety from the Wind
Or schedule of the Tide –
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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: