March 30, 2007, Newsletter Issue #58: Tree Decorating Isn't a Solitary Job

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If you don't have a large family to help you create a fantastically decorated Christmas tree don't fret, you don't have to go at it alone. Tree decorating is a ritual stereotypically applied to family traditions and often symbolizes a time of bonding and togetherness. Just because you're not surrounded by family, however, doesn't mean that you can't get a helping hand—or even a dozen of them. Put together a tree decorating party.

Send out invitations inviting all of your closest friends to come over and help you tackle that Fraser fir. You'll be surprised at how many people will be eager and excited to help. Pull out those boxes of ornaments, whip up some appetizers, set up the cocktail bar, and get going. The fun is just beginning.

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