March journaling

March journaling

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Leap Day!

Leap Day!

It only happens once every four years! So set up your camera and take a Leap Day photo to post on your social networks or to save for your family photo album. It doesn’t have to be perfect, just have fun! Use a timer or an app with a fast shutter speed to...
Consider writing a regular family newsletter

Consider writing a regular family newsletter

If you are the type of person who enjoys writing an annual family newsletter at Christmastime, consider if you would like to write something similar either monthly or quarterly. I’m not suggesting that you mail out these newsletters as you would do with Christmas...
Journal and reflect

Journal and reflect

Now that all the festivities are officially over, take some time to reflect on the prior year as well as the Christmas holiday itself. What went well? What didn’t go so well? What would you like to do differently in the upcoming year? (Image credit: AllaSerebrina )...
Write down all the nice things your family does this year

Write down all the nice things your family does this year

Start writing down all the wonderful things your partner does, or your children do. Note all the small acts of kindness that might otherwise later be forgotten. Keep track of them with the objective of writing them letters at the end of next year, detailing all the...
People remember how you make them feel

People remember how you make them feel

Write a list of people you know you will see during the holidays. Then try to think of one to three things you really like about that person, or a great memory that you have of that person. Now when you see that person you will have some nice stories or compliments...