Today is #GivingTuesday ! There are lots of “gifts” that we can give those around us. I loved this post on “A Stew for You (or Two)” as it’s a unique gift, and one that shows the care and love you’ve put in to it. It could also be perhaps one of the most welcomed gifts of all to those who are shut-in due to illness, frailty, a new baby, etc. Enjoy!
Recently, I’ve been thinking about living a simpler life. The idea started when I visited Mickey Trescott’s new home in the Willamette Valley over the summer, but it really solidified when we moved all of our things from Maryland to Florida last month – over 14,000 lbs worth of belongings. As we started unpacking boxes, I couldn’t help but think that I just didn’t need so much stuff. The worst part about it? We’re still unpacking.
So for the holidays this year, we’re trying to not buy any objects for each other. Instead, we’re gifting experiences. So this week’s recipe is going to be a little different from your usual Tuesday post; I’m going to walk you through how to make gifts to hand out to people that aren’t stuff. A couple years back I made a few gallons of my barbecue sauce and gave it away as…
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