On the Road in December

Welcome to January, folks! Are you still keeping your New Year’s Resolutions?! (I had to ask, I’m sorry!)

Let’s take a post and look back on the top 5 posts from the month of December, why don’t we?


Of course, you’ll see a little bit of Christmas, but that’s to be expected. You’ll see some non-Christmas, as well!

Here we go…

1. 10 Ways to Stuff Your Christmas Ornaments! – Now is actually a great time to look at this one, because you can get a jump start for next year! 

10 Ways to Stuff Your Ornaments Promo

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Christmas Holiday Shelf!

Well, it’s December 7, and almost all of my decorations are up now – how’s it lookin’ over at your house?

One of the things folks always like to check out here on the blog is my holiday shelf! And since it’s done now, I figured now is the perfect time to share!

Oh, if you want to see what last year’s Christmas Holiday Shelf looked like, CLICK HERE! This year, I went with something very simple yet entirely meaningful. 


Yep! It’s my Willow Tree nativity! 

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Our Christmas Home Tour!

Well, you’ve asked and asked, so finally, today, I’m excited to share with all of you how we’ve decorated OUR home for Christmas!


We moved from a one-bedroom apartment into this four-bedroom home in April of this year, so the Christmas decorations aren’t quite as perfect as I wanted them to be…because decorations are EXPENSIVE!!! But I think it’s a good start! So…here we go!

Welcome to our home!


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Spring Holiday Shelf!

I debated whether or not to decorate the Holiday Shelf after I took down Easter, because we are moving in less than two weeks, and I wasn’t sure if I wanted to add something else to my plate. But I love Spring, so I decided to go ahead! (Let me clarify: I love Spring INDOORS. My allergies are awful this year, so anytime I can see Spring through my window, or have it look like Spring inside my home without there being any pollen anywhere…I love Spring!)


So there she is! Bright and cheerful!

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