12 Ways to Maintain the Christmas Spirit AFTER Christmas

I’m so glad I happened upon Katherin’s blog post. Take five minutes to read it in its entirety. If you don’t feel compelled to spread the love, merely share this post with others who may want to bless someone in need. May blessings abound!

K E Garland

Over the holiday season, a few bloggers and I discussed how easily people slip into the “giving” spirit when mid-November rolls around. And then *poof* Just like that, people tend to slip right out of it when January appears. It got me thinking. How can we maintain this energy year-round?

Initially, I’d planned to “experiment” with different ways and then write this at the end of the year. But I figured some people might want to try with me, so instead, I’ll update and re-blog the post every four weeks.

1The first thing I did was serve the homeless (January). I chose to volunteer at the Clara White Mission here in Jacksonville. The shelter is named after a black American who was enslaved on Amelia Island. Her daughter, Eartha became an entertainer and philanthropist, who cared about the poor and disenfranchised. Consequently, she founded the mission and named it after…

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  1. K E Garland says:

    Thanks for the re-blog Michelle! And thanks so much for your generous contribution! I know Family Support Services of North Florida will be pleased when I make the drop off in a couple weeks.

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    1. You’re welcome…always happy to help.

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