Crossing things off lists brings me incredible joy. #ilovealist
I need to read that book!!! Pass it to me when you're done, please 🙂 .
Yes! We share a love for lists! Great tips, friend!! Thank you for hosting!! Xo
Great thoughts – all the grace and doing our best to let it go! It's hard but worth it, you are right! xoxo ERIN
Years ago someone gave me the idea to put a list of our "can't miss Christmas traditions" on the fridge to look at through the season. If it's not on that list, it's not happening and that gave me so much freedom because I could see what's important for our family and what I want the kids to remember someday. They love checking off each item as it's completed and I feel less stress about what everyone else is doing.
Also, super excited about November's topic next year ; )
You mentioned host/hostess gifts as one of your lists. Do you mind sharing what types of items you gift? I always have such a hard time with this. Thanks!
I like the new format for 2018. I'd only suggest maybe moving the "how you plan summer vacations" earlier since it'll be June and already time to take those vacations so might be too late to help people plan theirs.