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10 Simple Christmas Truths We Need to Remind Ourselves Every Year

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In all seasons of life, intention is needed to make purposeful use of time, money, and energy.

But perhaps no season calls for more intentionality than the holidays.

For months we are bombarded with offers, advertisements and store displays trying to grab our attention. Calendars fill up quickly with both obligations and opportunities. And as the visual cues pile up around us, healthy habits are regularly swapped for unhealthy ones.

The season I instinctively set aside for happiness and joy create stress and anxiety-not to mention Hospital emergency room visit.

To claim being more intentional, here are 10 simple Christmas truths you need to remember every year.

1. You don’t have to spend a lot of money to enjoy the perfect Christmas.

This year, retailers are again convincing you of everything you need to buy for your family to have a great holiday season: gifts, decorations, lighting, food, clothing, and even an inflatable character for your front yard. I will try

But nothing is needed for the perfect vacation.

2. Make your main item your main item this holiday season.

Each of us defines the “main thing” of the holiday differently. Many will seek spiritual rebirth. Some people celebrate their families. Some refocus on giving to others. Some people seek rest. Some people set aside this year to remember the death of a loved one. Some consider the opportunity to evaluate the years gone by and refocus on the next. Many people choose a combination of the above.

But your most important step is to define the main thing for this holiday season and allow nothing to distract you from it: no gifts, no activities, no food, no obligations.

All too often, everything we think about serves to celebrate the main thing and just distracts us from it.

3. Memories are not made of toys.

Relive your most treasured Christmas memories. Maybe one or two has to do with the gift you received.

Most of the time, the most cherished memories of the holiday season aren’t things molded in plastic, they’re time spent with loved ones.

4. You don’t have to carry on overwhelmed holiday traditions.

It was Rachel Jonath The first thing I said was, “Remember, you don’t have to continue with holiday traditions that are broken and overwhelmed.”

she was right But we have to remind ourselves every year!

We are in control of our lives and decisions, even when we are on vacation. It also allows you to get away from the hustle and bustle when (or if) you want.

5. Find the hurt person.

Christmas is a difficult season for many. Especially for those who have suffered heavy losses in the past year.

Take a moment this season to reach out to friends and family who are experiencing their first Christmas experience without a loved one. increases.

6. Your presence is the best present.

The greatest gift you can give someone is your time. Giving time means giving a part of life that will never come back.

You can make more money, but you can’t make more time. You can buy gifts, but you can’t buy time. So this holiday season, be as thoughtful and thoughtful as you can be when it comes to gift giving.

After all, if you’re spending a lot of time and energy looking for the perfect gift away from your loved ones this holiday season, you may be looking in the wrong place.

7. Don’t overspend your budget.

70% of Americans are likely to overspend their holiday budget this yearRemember again: don’t do it.

Your Christmas joy won’t be enhanced by spending more money than you have.

Remember to pay for the next 5 months Shopping for Christmas is the easiest way to end up with negative rather than positive memories of the season.

8. An organized gift is absolutely possible and highly appreciated.

The holidays don’t have to clutter your home or your child’s room. Giving gifts can be done in a thoughtful and meaningful way without overspending or contributing to consumerism.

In fact, there are neat ways to exchange gifts and show love to others.

Here are 99 ideas you can request and contribute.

9. Holidays are a season of gratitude, not complaints.

Dissatisfaction is the fuel that enables consumerism to thrive.

As soon as we believe that another purchase will improve our lives, we are bound to consumeristic consequences.

Unfortunately, no season encourages life’s dissatisfaction the way Christmas does. And this trend quickly ruins an entire season for all of us.

As dissatisfaction increases, gratitude decreases. We need consistent reminders to celebrate all that we have instead of focusing on all that we don’t have.

10. Christmas is a time of peace.

The Christmas season is a celebration of peace, goodwill and reconciliation. But for many families, peace is rarely thought of during the holiday season.

Instead, the exact opposite is all too common. Years of bitterness, resentment, and depression pile on top of misunderstandings, misunderstandings, and wrongdoings.

And while it’s absurd to assume that all families will find peace this year, it’s reasonable to assume that at least one will.

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