DAY 16

Hey everyone!

Today was a good day. I woke up early and started my day with a lovely cup of detox tea. I’ve also been organising my wardrobe and trying to create more space around the room. Today I focused on neatly packing all my jeans, skirts and shorts. During the process, I’ll be selecting some clothes to sell, as well as some to donate to charity. I also managed to do some more Christmas decorating (while listening to carols, of course), studying, and reading. I’m currently reading a range of personal development articles online, as well as learning a new language. I also had some time to cook a mouth-watering meal for dinner. So, all in all, today was pretty productive and I’m proud of myself for everything I managed to check off my to-do list.

I also wanted to let you all know about a change I’ve made. Initially, the plan was to dedicate the month of December to the “31 Days of Happiness” challenge alone. However, I’ve decided to mix it up, so I can blog about other things as well.

I’m still working on decorating my Christmas tress, and I thought I’d share a few tips I’ve learned over the years. Firstly, you can either work with a few colours, or a wide range of them. There’s nothing wrong with going for a multicoloured look when it comes to the lights, baubles, tinsel and other ornaments. However, sometimes working with a few colours that go well together helps in achieving a more polished look. Colour combinations you can try include blue, green and gold, as well as a more traditional red, white and gold.

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Secondly, start with the lights. They come in a lot of different and fun shapes. Try making sure the strings are the same colour as the tree. Also, if you’re worried about electrical costs, you can get batter-operated ones instead. Thirdly, with regard to the ornaments, it’s best to hang the larger ones at the bottom, and the smaller ones on top. I’m a bit of a perfectionist when it comes to decorating Christmas tress, and it isn’t fun at all because sometimes, I decorate then start from scratch a million times. So the most important tip is to have fun, enjoy the process and make memories.


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