Boxing Day: A Yuletide Tip. While we don’t collectively celebrate Boxing Day in the United States, it is celebrated across Europe and in other parts of the world. And even though you may not have someone nearby celebrating Boxing Day, families can use this celebration in other countries to inspire some new post-Christmas traditions. Read on how you can extend festive generosity into the day after Christmas.
This month in “The Good Life: A Year of Thoughtful Seasons,” Sarah’s column is fraught with a unbearably stressful situation. During this crisis and out of the shadows, strangers offer a kind words, pleasant dispositions and encouragements along the way. It’s a touching read of the power of humanity and how it ultimately is our mother ship.
How do we get to a point of being generous…to have that moment where your gaze towards to the world and you think of others. Sarah takes us through the turning of the lens through which we see the world and the things that impact us to make a difference, and to hopefully do it on a consistent basis. — Remember to mark your calendars and get ready to support Hilltown Families on Valley Gives Day: December 10th!
Boxing Day – Drawing inspiration from the holiday’s roots, use the day after Christmas to show appreciation & gratitude to those in service positions who your family see regularly…