See, for some people, the holidays remind them — of the people who left, of the choices they made over the last year, of the mistakes they walked into. For some people, the holidays remind them that they will have to live another year without their father, without their mother.
Whether it’s your first holiday season together as a couple, or you’ve been married many years, the pressure may be on to find the perfect holiday gift. So what if I told you that you can be more strategic in picking out a present and communicating what you really mean when you give a gift— “I love you.”
Here’s an idea, instead of writing a list of material objects you want for yourself, try writing a list of actions you want to do for others.
You would do anything to help someone you love, right?
If you’re single this Christmas embrace it.
When you were little, your siblings always complained about you bothering them, so you had to find friends elsewhere.
No one likes ironing but everyone wants wrinkle-free clothes, luckily this portable steamer is a life-saver because it’s simple, easy and actually works!
All I am saying about this whole “cuffing season,” is that it’s just, simply, bullshit. There is so much focus and stress over it, like people are so anxious to jump into a short-lived relationship just to be attached.
DON’T GET DRUNK.
For those who’ve lost a loved one recently (or will forever grieve their loss)—I know that it can seem impossible to live without this person in your life, and yet you do—and you must.