A lot of people have already started decorating their lawns and homes for Christmas. I haven't started doing that yet, but I probably will wait until Thanksgiving night. I am going to make it a new family tradition for me and my daughter. We usually wait until December the 1st, but I think this year we should mix it up.

Since we live in a tiny apartment and my white fiberoptic Christmas tree went kaput last year, I have decided to do a "wall tree" in lieu of buying a new one. I got this brilliant idea wall tree idea from a Pinterest search. Do you know what a Wall Tree looks like? Let me see if I can find you a picture.


Wall Christmas Tree
Credit: CGTrader.com

After you hang up the garland (which you can get at your local craft store in the Christmas section), you can hang up your favorite fabulous Christmas ornaments.

I was decluttering my hallway closet the other day and organized all of my holiday stuff into categories. I went to Marshalls and bought a cool large-sized box to store all of my ornaments. When I had finished organizing the ornaments by color, I realized that I had too many to fit into the box. I decided to get rid of the ones that didn't fit. That was a mistake because I realized that I love every single one of my ornaments! What to do?!

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