In our efforts to make this holiday season more meaningful, we want less stuff, more memories. We think there’s a good chance you do too! In the second part of our two-part Christmas series, Less Stuff, More Memories, we asked some of our friends to share their stories and tips on making more memories. Our guests share stories about what it means to create meaningful memories and sustainable traditions with their families. From serving others, to realistic holiday parties, to Christ-centered moments, this episode is a group round-up of stories and tips. Part practical and part inspirational in true Open Door Sisterhood Christmas style.
Alex and Krista also cover some of the tensions of Christmas and ensuring the memories we’re making are positive ones. They also talk about how books can help make holiday memories, what a desire to serve together as a family during the holiday season could be prompting your family for the long term, and how gifts can help make memories. Everything conveyed in this episode is intended to offer you freedom sister. Freedom to not do more right now, in a memory making frenzy. Freedom to enjoy simple, slow tools that extend memories past now and into the new year. Freedom from pressure to do things perfectly as you focus in on the people right in front of you.
If you like this topic, we recommend you head over to Episodes 31 through 33 of the podcast for some of our best takes on Less Stuff, More Memories. Power to Christmas sisters when done sisterhood style.
You can listen to the episode on iTunes.
Kendra Tillman – StrongHer.me
Ginny and Meghan from Haven & Pine
Haven and Pine’s Heriloom ornaments
Krista’s Reclaiming Christmas Free Ebook
Alex’s book Loving My Actual Christmas
The Light of Christmas by Richard Paul Evans
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