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Mindful : December 2016
PHOTOGRAPHSBYISTOCK.COM/CIMMERIAN,ISTOCK.COM/SAMISERT,ISTOCK.COM/EHSTOCK,ISTOCK.COM/MARTINRLEE,ISTOCK.COM/KYOSHINO,ANDJILLCHEN/STOCKSY Keep the Festivities Alive The darkest season continues well after the merrymaking fades away. You can keep the warmth and spirit of the holidays alive longer by giving the gift of invitations to a party later in the year. After all, there are few things more generous than playing host, and a gathering with friends and family can give people the strength they need to make it through to springtime. A Class in Something Crafty Give a gift that lasts: Buy someone a few sewing, wood- working, or pottery classes. Or if you have a special skill, offer lessons as a way to carve out some bonding time. And, who knows, maybe you’ll receive a handmade gift next year as a result! Doa Book Swap If your family are avid readers, skip the gift-shopping and instead do a book swap. Go to a used bookstore—or take to your shelves—and pick out a book for each person, then exchange in round-robin fash- ion. Each of you walks away with a stack of goodies for little-to-no cost, and if you give books you’ve read before you’ll have a lot to talk about later. Choose Something Tasteful Book a tasting at a winery, brewery, or distillery with someone special—it’s a great way to tap into your senses, have a little fun, and make memories together. If you don’t drink alcohol, lots of arti- sans do tastings—chocolate factories, cheese makers, and olive oil stores, to name a few. ● giving