As you deck the halls of your home, be intentional about the décor you set out. Do you really, truly love it? If not, place it in a separate bin. At the end of the season, donate whatever items are in that bin. Your home will be a little lighter and only decorated with the things you treasure, and who knows? Your lovely pieces may become the treasures of another family!
This philosophy of intentionality doesn’t go only for autumnal and Christmas decor, you know. We’ve been living in this mindset especially lately, with our house on the market and a new baby coming, there’s only so much space in our house & heart for stuff! This is a great way to de-clutter and bless someone else, but take it as a gentle reminder to be sure to only donate quality and unbroken items. Everyone deserves beauty.
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I have gotten very intentional when choosing to add a new piece to my nativity collection. Do I really love it? And if I don’t then it doesn’t get purchased. I need to be more intentional when it comes to all my holiday decor.
Love this! I’ve always loved decorating for the holidays, but with an 18 month old and another baby on the way, this season is all about simplicity. I’m going to be using this idea for sure!