Jeanette and I thought we’d try to remember those who are easily forgotten because … sometimes we forget about them. A small gesture goes a long way. Jeanette has Unique Client Gifts … helpful because one year, I forgot to gift my clients during the holidays so I had to do the late thing which is not very impressive.
If this list of the forgottens is too long, maybe this is a good list to DIY with your kids?! Everyone loves this granola recipe from Nigella Lawson. I’ve gifted it year round to teachers who love it!
You can also make any gift special with a fancy DIY personalized gift label. I have instructions using Avery Labels and your printer.
Gift certificates in any denomination are always welcome too! I like to do a local bakery cafe, iTunes, Starbucks, grocery store or Target.
But what people really seem to like is our annual Holiday Recipe Booklet Card that I create with my sister. We combine an update on our family with a small booklet of our favorite recipes we’ve used all year. A holiday card with a handwritten note is always appreciated!
Day 9 Remembering Those Who Are Easily Forgotten
This is our list of those who are easily forgotten during the holiday season. Who did we forget?
- trash & recycling crew
- dry cleaner
- school secretary
- troop leaders
- extra-curricular activity teachers/leaders
- crossing guard
- letter carrier
- fire fighters at local fire station
- office manager
- school nurse
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