Gift Giving Made Simple

Simple Gift Giving

We aim to keep it simple with gift giving for the kids with 4 giving categories (plus stocking stuffers): One thing they want (this is generally something big that they’ve asked for – eg. a new scooter or sewing machine); something they need (might be a new winter jacket or sneakers or new skis); something to make (something creative to keep them busy inside during winter (eg. new Legos or art supplies) & things to read (new books). With tons of generous grandparents, this helps keep things somewhat under control. 🙂 It’s a fine balance between making Christmas magical and recognizing how blessed we already are, isn’t it? And reminding their hearts about the real reason for the season that doesn’t include physical presents. The grandparents all get family shutterfly albums and gift boxes from our local chocolate & coffee shop. And I aim to have the shutterfly album ordered by the end of October (right after halloween pics).

On to some simple gift giving ideas for your friends & neighbors:

For all of my girlfriends, they are getting our Rockit journals and our new JOY & gratitude journals and a smudge set/crystal kit I made with etsy supplies.

Our neighbors are getting little winter wellness kits with the kids hand sanitizer business bottles, joy & gratitude journals and a jar of my homemade granola.

Onto the real giving side of things – We like to do a Random Acts of Kindness/Family service projects as part of our advent celebration. Click here for some ideas & pass out blessing bags (see pic below) to those without housing right now and adopt a local family. Here are some other really great ideas on how to give this holiday season.

And be sure to check out our Commit30 holiday gift guide & holiday sale here!

Blessing bag ideas:



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