Merry Christmas everyone! I hope you all have a magical holiday surrounded by loved ones. I hope you get everything you wanted, whether it’s material or not. I hope you have an amazing day full of laughter, family, cheer, and, of course, chocolate!
I know the holidays can be hard sometimes. Maybe something happened around the holidays, you’ve had a difficult year, or you’re missing someone this Christmas. It’s okay if your holiday isn’t magical. Just because one Christmas feels off, doesn’t mean that they all will be. I hope you’re okay this year, and remember to hang in there!
For today’s post, I wanted to briefly share my favorite activities on Christmas Day. I mentioned a few in my A Cozy Winter Tag post, but I thought I would expand and include a few more. This isn’t a long or unique list, but I hope you enjoy the post and can relate!
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Happy Thanksgiving! I hope you have a great day, whether you celebrate the holiday or not. Personally, I am beyond excited to get three days off from work and school, although I do have plenty of projects to keep working on!
I never was a huge fan of Thanksgiving, especially since the focus always seemed to be on the food. Even prior to becoming a vegetarian, I wasn’t overly fond of most of the food options (I know, I know-I’m very picky). Thanksgiving isn’t completely about the food, however, and I do love the opportunity to consider what I’m thankful for!
In the future, I would like to get in more of a routine of writing down what I’m grateful for. Even if it’s small things that might be overshadowed by the negative events that happened that day, there’s always something to be thankful for! I think it’s beneficial to remember that on both a daily and a yearly basis. The daily things might be meeting up with a friend for coffee or a good tip I received, and the yearly ones are the ones that happen regularly throughout the year. This post includes some of the things I have been thankful for in 2019.
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Merry Christmas everyone! I hope you all have a wonderful day with family and friends and receive everything you wished for!
It’s just my parents and my brother for the holidays, which alleviates some of the dealing-with-relatives-asking-you-a-million-questions stress. It makes it more relaxing as we exchange gifts, eat food, and maybe watch a Christmas movie or two. It’s pretty nice.
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