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Wednesday Gratitude – Summer, Sydney and Christmas Trees

<a href="/blogs/yvettevignando/2010/12/01/wednesday-gratitude-%E2%80%93-summer-sydney-and-christmas-trees">Wednesday Gratitude – Summer, Sydney and Christmas Trees</a>

This is part of our Christmas Tree. I took the photo this morning.Until about 5 years ago we (I mean my husband) used to always make the pilgrimage out to the live Christmas tree farm (somewhere west of Sydney) and choose the perfectly-shaped tree, cut it down and with some difficulty, wedge it into the car next to one or two over-excited children. Read full article

A Christmas Present for Your Child That Lasts All Year

Possibly the best gift you could give your children this Christmas is to teach them the value of giving...The truth is people consistently over-estimate the impact on their wellbeing of acquiring things and underestimate the impact of giving, especially to those to whom they have an emotional connection. But this can be overcome by encouraging our children to experience the joy of giving directly. A good way to do this is to give them a gift voucher to microcredit charity Kiva. Read full article

Giving and Receiving Gifts - Teenagers, It's Not a Negotiation

<a href="/blogs/mariafuentes/2010/11/04/giving-and-receiving-gifts-teenagers-its-not-a-negotiation">Giving and Receiving Gifts - Teenagers, It&#039;s Not a Negotiation</a>

Gifts and their meaning have changed over the years. I’ve not done an anthropological study on the matter, but it appears to me that, to many people, they have become somewhat of an entitlement. And especially for teens, gifts are sometimes a point of negotiation, or even more alarming, of reward. Read full article