Welcome back to crazy little things! I hope everyone is doing ok and if you are not, well that is ok too because you don’t have to be ok all the time as you are only human. As I am sat here watching home alone I can find myself relating to Kevin more and more. Did he moan and feel sorry for himself that he was home alone and dealing with burglars? No, he accepted he was afraid, formed a plan and kicked some ass! Don’t worry I won’t be turning my house into a death trap, but instead, I am going to start using my fear as a power source to push me forward.
Does this mean I am not going to ever have setbacks? No because I am going to get setbacks but I’ve got to keep trying because if I don’t then I am always going to wonder what if?
So today’s blogmas day 16 is –
I am making a list and checking it twice…
I remember writing my Christmas lists when I was younger, flicking through the catalog and practically writing down everything n the toy section, even the page and reference number for Santa. As you get older though that list can change and turn into something money can’t buy.
As you get older you start appreciating more and more the things money can’t buy. As you get older you release that the time you spend with family at Christmas is the real present.
So this year I made a list of things I wanted which included:
• To watch a couple of Christmas movies with my partner.
• To make gingerbread men (ninjabread men) and mince pies with my partner.
• Spend time with family.
Those are things that money can’t buy, memories. Memories that can help me through the dark times that Christmas can bring.
So we have just over a week left till Christmas – give it a go, make a list of things that money can’t buy that you could achieve by Christmas.