Getting Into The Festive Spirit

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Christmas is a great time of year, wouldn’t you agree? A chance to spend some time with family, enjoy some good food, great company and laughter and joy. However, now that we are in October it is the ideal time to start planning your festive period and getting organised. Some people already have their shopping done and dusted by this point. Whether you are one of those super organised people or not, it’s always nice to get some sort of plan in place for Christmas, so that you can make sure you make the most of the whole festive period. I wanted to share with you some of the things you could start to think about or plan, perhaps helping you get into the festive spirit yourself.

Plan a festive stay somewhere different

Christmas is a great time to enjoy spending time with loved ones or friends. So an ideal way to enjoy it would be to have a festive stay somewhere different. Maybe go to a different part of the country or a enjoy a city you haven’t been to before. If you are looking for something specifically Christmas related then you could consider something like the Christmas hotel by Rutland water offering you a complete festive stay. Breaks away like this could include long country walks, Christmas meals and a few tipples beside a long fire. Sounds like heaven.

Visit Father Christmas with younger members of the family

There is no better feeling than seeing the magic in a child’s eye when Christmas comes into force and one of the most exciting things you can do is take a child to visit Father Christmas. These days the grottos are getting biggers and more fancier and there are even chances to combine other experiences within the visit such as a visit to lapland, seeing reindeer or having a festive walk in the woods unearthing Christmas themed treats. A quick search online should be able to identify what you have going on local to you.

Decide how you want to spend the special day

How you spend Christmas is entirely up to you. Most people like to get together with family or friends so now would be the ideal time to discuss the arrangements. Find out who might be hosting the big day or even decide to make the Christmas meal yourself this year and invite your family and friends round to share the day with you in your home.

Could you host a Christmas party?

Maybe a Christmas party is more your thing and days like Christmas Eve or Boxing day can be the ideal times to organise your own festive party. Include festive themed drinks and food, thankfully websites like Pinterest are bursting with ideas, or simply just have a gathering to celebrate the Christmas period. You can go as elaborate or low key as you like with this one. You might want to book in Christmas meals and parties with friends and family as well as a lead up the big day.

Let’s hope these ideas have got you thinking about Christmas.

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2 Comments

  1. October 14, 2017 / 9:34 am

    Ah I love your organizational skills, I might say it’s too early, but I’m almost done on my Christmas shopping! I think if you get your shopping done early, there’s more time over Christmas to socialise and relax. I love Christmas markets in December! 🙂 xx

    Helen | Helen’s Fashion, Beauty & Lifestyle Blog

  2. October 15, 2017 / 11:23 am

    I love, love, LOVE Christmas with all of my heart, and ever since we hit the “ber” months I’ve been talking about it every day. I’ve already got all my planned Christmas shopping done (keep in mind that I only shop for one person, but still!), so now I can focus on the decor, food, and how we’ll spend the actual day. I cannot wait until I can start decorating the house!

    Indya || tinyurl.com/thesmalladventurer

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