And no one wants to be on the Naughty List this time of year. We all want to be on the Nice. But I think there’s a lot to be gained by looking at that Naughty List. The characters that end up there are flawed, and probably a little more interesting than the perfect ones on the Nice List. Yes, you may have ended up on the Naughty List once (twice?) in my life. Instead of putting people on a Naughty or Nice list, what if made lists of experiences? It’s part of my nature to be optimistic and look on the bright side of things. My list of nice experiences came very quickly. I like to tackle tough challenges here and there. So in the spirit of the season, I decided to make a second list and name five bad things. Sounds familiar, doesn’t it? They are my Naughty and Nice Lists for Writers (and Life) It was a little hard at first, but when I really focused on things that bothered me and then tried to analyze if these bad things offered me any positive outcomes, I had some ideas.When it comes to superlatives for the daycare yearbook, your baby will be a frontrunner for "most stylish." Of course, that's assuming your baby is rocking this long sleeve bodysuit, which will keep them both warm and comfy.