It is a lot of fun shopping for gifts, but then when you bring them home and have to wrap them, oh what a chore! If you wrap gifts on the floor, you will for sure have a sore back, make it fun, wrap on a table, play some Christmas music and wrap with your significant other to make quality time for the two of you. If you have kids and they are able to wrap with you, make it a fun family wrapping time!
27 Miracles wants to share today’s countdown to Christmas advice:
“Wrapping gifts can be a real pain in the backside-especially if you do it on the floor, which strains the neck and lower back. The more comfortable way to wrap is to stand on a mat in front of a counter top and wear good shoes,” says Chris Adams, a professional ergonomist. Better Homes and Garden
Rosie Moore, Master Bridal Consultant was guilty of that year after year wrapping on the floor. When she married Marcus, he noticed that on their first Christmas together and said, this is crazy to wrap sitting and bending over on the floor. He pulled out their “use for all” 6 foot table and Santa’s Workshop was in business. Guess who discovered that they had amazing gift box wrapping talent? Yes sir, Mr. Marcus himself was very good at wrapping and he got the chief elf wrapper job every year after that. While Rosie uses the gift bags (she did not tell him that she secretly hated wrapping gifts to begin with and if she could get away with a gift bag she would, lol!!!)
Anyway take care of your backs ladies and gentleman, you will need it for all the holiday dancing under the mistletoe!
Here is a picture of Rosie and Her son Kaleb having fun while taking the family Christmas pictures! Making Memories with family and friends is what Christmas is all about and celebrating the reason fro the season, the birth of our Savior!
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