How are you doing with my little challenges for now? I sincerely hope you managed to use some of them to have some quality time with your loved ones! The holiday season is the time of the year to socialize more. We really enjoy having friends for a BBQ during the summer, but winter is dark and cold. There is no better time to enjoy focusing on socializing, including with your family.
Today’s tip: do a puzzle together
It’s a forgotten activity nowadays, but it is a very simple one and it’s easy to have everyone participate. Choose one that is not too difficult. My guess is if you are not a puzzle aficionado yet, you don’t want to have one in your living room for two weeks, expecting your family to finish it.
If you choose the right one for your family, everyone can easily participate. If there are more than four of you, try a larger one or even better two puzzles and split into two teams so you can add to the challenge!
For our family, we choose some simple and not too big ones. We like it to be done without stress in less than an hour. You can always try bigger and bigger if you want!
We really enjoy this series, because it’s very Christmassy and it’s not too difficult. Plus, it’s created by North American artists:
Be careful, the size of the pieces AND the number of pieces are both important regarding the difficulty. Therefore, the hours you’ll spend solving it.
Have fun, and don’t forget to tell me about the puzzles you chose to solve!
A little reading for the family, or for you!
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: