Guest: Sherry Richert Belul, Founder of Simply Celebrate and Author of “Say it Now!”
Visit her and learn more at SimplyCelebrate.net
1. Time beats Money When it Comes to Gift Giving for the Holidays
Keep the focus on giving and being present + stress-free more than the gift. Time and experiences are the most valuable gifts.
Don’t fall in the trap of spending money you don’t have and being exhausted when you’re with loved ones and missing out on the moment.
Sherry shares ideas for gifts you can give, which are quality time and experiences with your friends and family, and fun for you to plan and execute.
2. Gifts from the Heart are also a Gift for YOUR Soul.
Sherry shares a personal story about how giving these kinds of creative gifts helped shift her depression. Heart based gift giving helps sad or depressed people because when we are immersed in love it is impossible to be depressed, when we get outside of our own heads and think about others, and being creative helps us feel better.
3. Make a Gift from the Heart in 15 Minutes or Less, Even if You are a Busy Professional.
Break the habit of online ordering. It may feel easy to do, but it can leave us feeling depleted and empty. The 15 minutes you spend online could be spend making a creative gift that fuels you.
Remember that are children will grow up, that our relationships can dry up, so we need to show up.
4. Make Love Lists, Not Shopping Lists for Black Friday
Black Friday starts on Thanksgiving, puts the focus on buying things and creates a frenzy. You can join Sherry for The NEW Black Friday a virtual get together to make Love Lists and give encouragement to create gifts of time and love. Its a chance to bond with your family. Spouses have cried when they receive one.1 Time beats Money When it Comes to Gift Giving for the Holidays