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Archive for December, 2011

Are you ready for the most audacious, outrageous holiday tip? It’s not about the best temperature to bake a roast or how not to yell at your mother in law even when you want to.

It’s not about what shoes are best to wear as you beat the streets for stocking stuffers and it’s definitely not how to stay slim in the middle of endless holiday party temptations. But it may just help you have this be the most love and delight-filled holiday season yet.

This time of the year has always mystified me. The intent is a beautiful one: ’tis the season of love and giving, after all. Yet the actuality is a far cry from the intent: it ends up being mostly about giving and getting a bunch of stuff no one really wants or needs, out of obligation, and running ourselves ragged – and getting into scary debt – in the process. There’s mostly no love for what we give, what we get, or how we acquire, give or receive it.

Now, it would be wonderful if there were a ton o’ love in the things being bought or got, but for the most part, there’s not.

Get the rest of the tip here:

“Christmas is the season when you buy this year’s gifts with next year’s money.” ~ Unknown

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