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Thou shalt not for the holiday season…

Thou shalt not… overspend this holiday season.  If you have money and want to spend it, our economy could use the boost.  If you don’t have it, don’t spend it just to make someone feel “special”.  If I knew someone went into the debt to get me a gift, I would feel awful about it. 

Thou shalt not… bicker with your hubby, even if he does not help with all of the extra things you’ve loaded on your plate.  

Thou shalt not.. bark at your kids, even if the house gets a little distressing looking.  Kids are kids, even when it’s the holiday season.

Thou shalt not.. start coveting everything that everyone else has, or gives to their kids.. or their nice house.  Thankfulness for what you have and are starts at home.

Thou shalt not.. overeat!!  Just because fattening, yummy foods are everywhere doesn’t mean you have to eat a huge portion of everything.  

Thou shalt not.. drive crazily while zooming from place to place.  The weather is getting bad, and we need to slow down and make good decisions on the road.

Thou shalt.. get enough sleep

Thou shalt not.. forget to laugh, smile, love, hug, and rejoice! 

copyright 2008 organizingmommy 


Menu for this week:

Monday: whole pea and ham soup/ cornbread

Tuesday: eat out? (jam-packed activities)

Wednesday: freezer/ lasagna

Thursday: moose, polenta, veggies

Friday/Sat/Sun: not sure.. might cook a turkey.

Had a great, fun-filled weekend doing the Gospel booth and Robotics social with the kids.  

For menu inspirations, check out my favorite organizing blog: organizing junkie.

#menuplanning #organizingtime

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