It's Christmas Eve, officially one day away from the long-awaited celebration of Christmas. We finally put up lights outside so they're currently twinkling away merrily for Christmas. Christmas in my household is usually more of a low-key affair, and while I want to celebrate it extravagantly, I'm a bit lazy to put up all the decorations and I can't really imagine myself cooking an entire Christmas dinner so my dream Christmas will have to . . .
This post is definitely long overdue. After two weeks of laziness and procrastination, I have finally put up my Christmas tree. I say this while I still need to buy Christmas lights, but at least I have baubles, tinsel and ribbon on the tree. Now that I have my tree up, I'm definitely more into the Christmas spirit and so excited for the day to come. While I love having a green tree, I think I want to have either a silver tree . . .
Christmas has always been the holiday that I look forward to every year. For someone who doesn't really enjoy celebrating her birthday because she hates the attention, I love Christmas because I can celebrate it with family and friends without all the attention that comes with birthday celebrations. I'm not religious, so I enjoy Christmas for the celebration and the ideals it represents. I think it's wonderful that we prioritise the idea of . . .
If I had to pick one thing I loved about Christmas the most, it would be that it’s a time to spread love and hope, especially to those who are less fortunate than us. There are so many things wonderful about the holiday season that I can’t even count them on my two hands. First of all, it’s a time of celebration with your loved ones. The world we live in is so fast paced that we rarely have the time to slow down and properly catch up with . . .
It’s the season of gift giving again, but what do you get for someone who’s still in school? For the book lover: Kindle Paperwhite. The average student needs to carry quite a heavy load to school every day, which usually includes a laptop and a few textbooks. Adding a paperback to this may be too much for many students so a kindle is the perfect choice for a gift. It’s lightweight, portable and can carry a vast number of books, much more than . . .
What is a Christmas celebration without a few Christmas movies? I’ve always loved Christmas and one of the major highlights of the festive season is that I get to binge watch Christmas movies. There’s really nothing like curling up with a blanket on the couch with a cup of hot chocolate in hand, watching a Christmas movie and bringing the holiday spirit up. These are my recommendations for the top 8 Christmas movies you should watch these . . .
For me, Christmas will always be the best holiday of the year; full of laughter, good cheer and a great time to celebrate with family. I’ve always loved the joy and hope that the season of giving brings and it doesn’t take much to get me into the holiday spirit. These are a few ways to get into the Christmas spirit: Go for a little shopping trip: At this time of the year, most stores and shopping centres will have their Christmas . . .
Welcome to Blogmas!! I am really getting into the holiday spirit now and aiming to have one blog post up every day leading up to Christmas. Enjoy! There comes a time in every student’s life when they start their first job, whether it be for the purpose of earning some money, as a result of peer pressure, or even just for the experience. Having a job as a student can be an extremely rewarding experience, but at this stage of your life, . . .