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Another great podcast! I do keep all the tissue for the ornaments to be wrapped back up in, but completely get why you don’t. Last year I did toss some of it and got new, since it was so old and torn.
I also kept some plastic bags to put the wrapped ornaments back into. It seems to keep things better protected while in storage, which I have found is important if the movers come and plop the Christmas bins on the truck since they don’t wrap all the ornaments. 🙂
Lottie Schlamperdatsch says
would love to hear logcasts!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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BLOGCASTS! Yes Please!!!! I would LOVE that!
I loved this episode! I thought it was just our family breaking all of the ornaments! Also, I would LOVE blogcasts! I’m an avid reader, but when I get the urge to clean and declutter, I need something motivational to listen to.
I’m here to ENTHUSIASTICALLY beg you for blogcasts. I have two young boys (5 mos & 4 years) and work from home as a web designer, so I have no time for to sit down and READ blog posts, but I listen to podcasts religiously and love yours. (I’m listening as I work! Or as I clean!)
Please! Do it!
Sarah E. says
Yes! to the blogcasts!
Great podcast thank you, I’m mostly up to date with your podcasts and look forward to them. I wanted to express support & interest in the daily short blog/podcasts as well as the 30 min ones please as I love to listen as I deslobify (or try to!)
Thanks so much for being here!! Nic xx
Would LOVE blog casts!
Yes to blogcasts! I would love that!
Yes blog casts please. Even if I need to kick in a little in a subscription. You are so relatable and encouraging! I would love to read the year 1 and 2 books but I cannot clean and read at the same time. I think it would be cool if you did it a little like an audiobook. Also how about an audio version of your books!
Dana White says
I’m working on the audiobooks! But it may be a WHILE before there’s an audio version of the years one and two! Ummmm they’re 800+ pages EACH!!
Wow yes that’s quite the daunting task! For now I’ll just keep listening to my favorite episodes. 🙂
A tip to not over buy for stockings: own two sets!
We have one set that gets put away with Christmas stuff and one set that stays in my closet (they match), so I can yearly just slowly add things that make sense are small and cheaper, I don’t overbuy and I don’t underbuy this way.
Christmas Eve I can swap out the stockings in less than 2 minutes if I’m busy prepping for guests or the kids are struggling to settle, etc.
I don’t know if you are still monitoring this or not … my hint, developed as a way to get my kids to help take DOWN the tree, is to put each ornament in it’s own zip lock bag. I put a description of the ornament and its history in / on the bag (Santa on a Polar Bear – OPUMC Ornament Exchange 1996; Quilted Ball – Aunt Anne, 2018). When it comes time (usually New Year’s Day in our house, while watching football or the parade), the kids (now grown, but you get the idea) would treat it like a scavenger hunt – someone reads the description and then we look for it. It also keeps us from missing a treasured ornament, as the tree goes out for recycling.