The Lines Between Doing Less, Loving More and Family Tradition
By JennaHatfield on December 12, 2012
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I swallowed my bite slowly, feeling like the Grinch when his heart grew or Charlie Brown when he saw how his friends decorated his little tree. Sometimes the "doing less and loving more" of the holidays means re-prioritizing your time, your other commitments and spending a little more time making holiday traditions and memories with your own kids. I'm glad my husband and kids helped me realize this one before it was too late.
What traditions do you do that help you focus on family during the holiday season? How do you find your balance?
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