26 November 2012

7 ways to shorten your gift list without stifling your holiday spirit

Minimalist HolidaysWelcome back! I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. Now that the Holiday Buying Season is officially upon us (it is Cyber Monday, after all), I figured it's a good time to revisit a topic I've written about before: how to shorten the holiday gift list.

My next post in the Minimalist Holidays series is about how to cull your list without tamping down your generosity. We all love to give and receive gifts, after all! And yet holiday shopping can also turn into an expensive, soul-sucking slog.

But not this year. I give you:

7 ways to shorten your gift list without stifling your holiday spirit

Between now and the end of the year, Christine Koh and I will share ideas for simplifying the holidays so you can focus on what’s important: enjoying the season with your family.

Visit the Minimalist Holidays page for links to the entire series.

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