Just as millennials are buying train and bus tickets to rush home for the holidays, their parents may be re-evaluating how much holiday to haul out of their attics. In homes across the land, boomers, trying their best to downsize and declutter a lifetime of acquisitions, are kindly offering shopping bags stuffed with homemade ornaments and deflated inflatables to their offspring.
Just as millennials are buying train and bus tickets to rush home for the holidays, their parents may be re-evaluating how much holiday to haul out of their attics. In homes across the land, boomers, trying their best to downsize and declutter a lifetime of acquisitions, are kindly offering shopping bags stuffed with homemade ornaments and deflated inflatables to their offspring. Phil Walter Getty Images
Just as millennials are buying train and bus tickets to rush home for the holidays, their parents may be re-evaluating how much holiday to haul out of their attics. In homes across the land, boomers, trying their best to downsize and declutter a lifetime of acquisitions, are kindly offering shopping bags stuffed with homemade ornaments and deflated inflatables to their offspring. Phil Walter Getty Images

Boomers ready to retire from holiday hubbub, but their kids won’t let them

December 14, 2015 10:56 AM

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