Spending time with family and friends (and a little snow!) is my favorite part of the Christmas season hands down.
Each year there are more memories to look back on, stuggles and blessings of the year that is coming to a close, and hope for the New Year.
I am not a make-a-resolution gal but more inclined to think of my purpose and passion for the coming year. Goals seem to filter into place once I give myself the time and rest to think about what is important to me.
We have had a bit of a turbulent year, but also a very blessed year. I continue to look for new and alternative treatments for my psoriasis that at times can be disabling. Coming off of biologics and steroids for my skin my body is a little fired up right now but I am encouraged by many ideas I am putting into place. For any of you suffering from an auto immune disease I feel you! The holidays can be extra stressful, the weather and winter colds and flu all can cause a flare up. Take care of yourself and keep researching, it is amazing what each person finds that works best for them with some trial and error.
Well, onto the fun stuff, all things Christmas 🙂
I decided to decorate around the art and decor I already have up for the most part and I like the eclectic, boho modern Christmas vibe we ended up with!
I just have a few things to share today, I did not pull every tub down this year and use all of our decor but chose instead my favorite things and I love how it turned out.
Weather you have decorated to the hilt or chosen to keep it super simple this year I hope you are enjoying the joy of the season and everything important to you right now.
Thank you as always for reading friends I hope your week is off to an amazing start!
Hugs 🙂 Tanya xo
In case you missed some other Christmas fun here lately here is what I have been up to 🙂
I recently made this snowy Anthro inspired Christmas Wreath it was super easy!
These faux copper bells are actually made from old plastic cups! Check out how I made them here!
This paper Gingerbread House Garland was so fun to make and will take virtually no room to store away till next year 🙂