- 1.Take a deep breathe
- 2. calm down
- 3. walk away
- 4. keep your thoughts to yourself
- 5.ease into your secret closet
As tempting as it may be to get your point across. Stop! Don't do it.
Christmas can be one of those holidays where couples either sink or swim. My earnest desire is to sail through this season without any ripples in the water in other words swim. In order to do this I must change some of the habits of yesteryear. I choose to no longer do the same things while expecting a different results. In order to accomplish this task I must be deliberate in my actions. Choosing to no longer fly on auto pilot. So with the season swiftly approaching. Here's a list of things I am choosing to do different.
1. To tell my husband the things I desire for Christmas.
2. Stay focused on the families needs and not spend over the budget.
3. Continue to bring joy into the home.
4. Pray more.
5. Spend less time complaining. And more time being grateful.
This is by know means an exhausted list. What are some of things that could make your Christmas more bright? While putting a smile on the face of your mate.
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