#1 Visit a Christmas Market
#2 Enjoy some holiday-flavoured hot beverages
#3 Do some cookie baking
#4 See Christmas lights in the park/around your neighbourhood
#5 Get cozy and watch some holiday themed movies (Could be romance or horror depending on your taste!)
#6 Buy or make a candle with holiday scents
#7 Buy your Christmas gifts locally when possible
#8 Make a list of people to send holiday cards to
#9 Go to the cinema for a holiday-themed movie
#10 Take some photos of the snow/lights/stormy weather
#11 Participate in winter sports like snow shoeing, sledding, skiing, snowboarding, etc.
#12 Bundle up and go for a walk while it’s snowing
#13 Play some holiday-themed music (If that’s your thing)
#14 Decorate your home with wintery themes
#15 Treat yourself to a candy cane (or make a creative dessert with candy canes)
#16 Take some photos of your winter fashion
#17 Participate in Blogmas during December
#18 Donate to charities or help out with your time during the holiday season
#19 Create winter care packages and add them into your gifts to people
#20 Buy a book and get cozy with a hot beverage
#21 Treat yourself to comfy and warm loungewear
#22 Check out the Santa Clause parade
#23 Go see a holiday-themed play
#24 Try a holiday-themed Youtube workout
#25 Make a Gingerbread house (and please eat some of it!)
#26 Treat yourself to a hydrating face mask to moisturize your face (Winter air can be so dry)
#27 Light up your home/room with lights!
Happy almost-holiday season everyone! ❤
Wow Sara what a fabulous compilation of lists and things to do in the winter holidays since the festive season is upon us. I for one would want to visit the market, drink some hot chocolate/beverage and also take pictures of my winter fashion since I adore fashion😍🙌🙌🔥🔥🔥
Thank you so much for reading. 🙂 Those sound like some fun and amazing things to do this holiday season!
Those are good suggestions. I have a comment on a few of them.
#2. Enjoy some holiday-flavoured hot beverages – I will drink some Glögg, a Swedish form of hot mulled wine with raisins and sometimes an addition of vodka
#8 Make a list of people to send holiday cards to – currently doing it
#11 Participate in winter sports like snow shoeing, sledding, skiing, snowboarding, etc. – I wish but Texas is flat and snow free
#25 Make a Gingerbread house (and please eat some of it!) – maybe but last time our Leonberger Bronco ate it. He shared some though.
#2 sounds like a cool drink!
And that’s sweet you are already in the process of sending cards. It’s such a nice feeling. 🙂
It’s funny, because I live in Vancouver, BC and it’s snow free unless you are on the mountain – though at this time of year most people can’t even ski. I was referring moreso to most of Canada and the U.S. I’ll bet you’re getting nice warm Texas weather.
LOL oh my nautghty sweet Bronco! 😛 I am sure he shared, too, as he always thought of others. I just finished reading your book about him and your other amazing dogs and I will be publishing the review soon.
Yes it is 81 degrees today, well 27 in Celsius. No snow for us. I love skiing though. Thank you so much Sara for your kindness.
Wow that is a nice warm day! 🙂 We got some snow in Vancouver today. Funny enough I was just saying how we rarely get snow! lol
I have scheduled the book review on my blog for next Sunday. 🙂 It’s also on Goodreads and Amazon.
Nice ideas. Thanks for sharing.
You’re very welcome. Thank you for reading. 🙂
Aahaa ,All ideas are fabulous ❤️.I love decoration ,I prefer to decorate my home /room ,after that I will go for Christmas and New year shopping ,then chill at home with some delicious food and lots of enjoyment with friends and family . ☺️ Thanks for beautiful mindset .🤗🙏I hope you too enjoy allod them.
Thank you. Enjoy it too! 😊
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