More joy - Less stuff Christmas 2023
Five ways to have more joy and less stuff this Christmas and beyond, without costing the earth.
🎄 Do you wish gift giving was simpler?
🎄 Christmas is supposed to be a time of joy but are you stressing yourself out with a never ending to do list?
🎄 Than after Christmas is your home overflowing with even more stuff?
🎄 Does it feel like everything is falling onto you with minimal support from other family members?
Join Organisation Expert, Bridget Johns from Be Simply Free, as she shares five ways to have more joy & less stuff this Christmas & beyond.
Lets do things differently so there is less stuff (gifts) and less waste, helping you have a more eco-Christmas. Plus get the tools to help set things up for lower waste festive seasons into the future.
🎄 WHEN - This online event will be held live on Tuesday 5th December 7.30-8.300pm ACDT
🎄 HOW - The workshop will be held live via Zoom. You will be sent the link to join the masterclass as soon as you register. Add it straight into your diary. It’s always best to join live so you can ask questions and contribute to the conversation, but everyone will also receive the recording and workbook after the event.
🎄 COST - Port Environment Centre offers you this FREE workshop. You'll get the live masterclass including Q&A time, a copy of the recording to watch again, the Chaos Free Christmas workbook and clutter free gift ideas.
The Port Environment Centre is a community-run organisation & gathering space in Port Adelaide that supports the community in living sustainably, caring for & connecting with the environment.
Port Environment Centre is funded by Green Adelaide.
We also operate with a City of Port Adelaide Enfield Living Environment Grant and funding from the Suzanne Elliott Charitable Trust.
Marni ngadlu tampinthi ngadlu Kaurna yartanga inparrinthi
It is good that we all acknowledge we are living on Kaurna Country.
Attendee information may be used for follow up evaluation, in order to assess the longer term impacts of our events. Follow up contact may be made (in the form of a survey) but participation in any evaluation is optional.