Running from store to store for gifts, decorating your tree, attending parties and putting up lights. Does your to-do list include these tasks plus many more? Although there is fun and excitement associated with holiday activities they can create holiday burnout! Get our tips to help you check off everything on your list and spend time with family!
Let’s be honest, decorating for the holidays is extremely time-consuming. From mangled garland and wreaths that shed to tangled lights and broken bulbs – for many people the actual process of putting up Christmas decorations can be more exhausting than joyous.
When it comes to decorating, more isn’t always better.
When you’re creating a festive experience, it’s important to think about how you can bring out the beauty of Christmas for less time and effort. Sure, you want to make your home look great for guests inside and out, but it shouldn’t lead to you becoming the Grinch.
Instead of decorating the entire house, keep it simple by decorating the tree and the mantel. Also, focus on your main living spaces where your family gathers most often.
Display the latest Christmas decoration trend that is simple to set up and enjoy.
If you’re the type of person that loves to see the joy you get from displaying beautiful decorations, projectors are your answer for decorating indoors and out. Just imagine bringing Christmas characters like Santa to life with projectors and video. A lighting trend that’s dominated the holiday decorating scene in recent years is the Christmas projector — and once you try it, it’s easy to see why.
This is an option that offers something that looks intricate but in reality, takes nothing more than the press of a button. This is the precise reason Christmas projectors have become such a holiday hit – they look spectacular, and they are easy to set up.
Most people have seen how great a holiday videos can look on the outside, so why not continue that theme indoors? Deck the halls or deck your walls with your favorite Christmas video using a small projector like the Total HomeFX 800 Series to share family moments or holiday humor with your favorite scenes from popular movies Such as Decorating the Charlie Brown™ Tree or Decorating Snoopy’s™ House for Christmas. In the end, it’s all about having fun and ensuring your guests have a good time without spending all the time to set up traditional decorations.
Make time for downtime.
Hold on to your moments of peace and quiet, and you’ll keep your sanity. It really doesn’t matter what part of the day it is—the early morning hours or the evening when the kids are asleep. Just make time to enjoy the things you love. Read a book. Catch up on your favorite Netflix shows. Or find a great oldie but goodie movie like “It’s A Wonderful Life” or “A Christmas Story”. Check out the best Christmas movies of all time here according to RottenTomatoes.com.