New Holiday Traditions: Don’t be a Grinch!
Let the Holidays begin!
Holiday traditions involve lots of tasty food, a cold weather, pumpkin lattes, hot cocoa and shopping til you drop. All these make the holiday season a little bit stressful.
Turns out some people will feel a little bit more Grinch than Buddy the Elf, but if you feel like turning the page and have a different attitude during this holiday season, go back and look for the holiday traditions you used to enjoy years ago.
Since holiday season can be boring, cheesy, plain and simple for some people, the truth is that is the perfect time of the year to plan before the end of the year and enjoy holiday traditions.
This list includes some holiday traditions that you can adopt and start enjoying the season of giving.
Many consumers find shopping and gift giving during the holidays more special than any other time of the year, but some others will find this activity as stressful and annoying.
Take your time, start planning, and give yourself some time to go out to the mall and find special gifts. You’ll also have the option of online shopping, that will offer you some benefits like special discounts and season offers that will help you save some money.
Grab your coat and wallet and book out the door to the store. Don’t forget that Black Friday is one of the biggest sale days of the year. It’s the perfect excuse to get some gifts without spending so much.
Let shopping become a special part of your holiday traditions.
To really get into the holiday spirits you need to start decorating your home. Make this season special and go out to look for some decorations.
If you feel like crafty, just look out on YouTube or Pinterest for some creative DIY projects that will also help you stay on a budget during this season. You can decorate your home without spending so much money. You can even reuse your old ornaments with some ideas available on social media.
Get everything you need and start decorating with your loved ones.
Movies and music
Holiday traditions involve themed holiday movies. Decorations will not be completed without a great set of movies that will help you get in the mood.
The Family Stone, How the Grinch Stole the Christmas, Home Alone, I’ll be Home for Christmas, and The Holiday are just some great Holiday movies that you can enjoy.
This is a list that includes different options that we’re sure you’ll love to watch as part of your Holiday Traditions:
- National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacations (1989)
- The Muppets Christmas Carol (1992)
- Elf (2003)
- Love Actually (2003)
- Gremlins (1984)
- The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
- New Year’s Eve (2011)
- Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992)
Holiday traditions will not be completed without great music to hear while decorating, Christmas wrapping, or cooking for Thanksgiving. Head over to Spotify and play our lists with some of the best Holiday Music.
Take a look at the fireplace (if you have one) and indulge yourself with a cup of cocoa, and don’t forget that our products are a great snack, meals, and appetizers that will satisfy your hunger during this holiday season.
If you’re not a Grinch anymore and you’re in the mood for cooking, we have a selection of some of the best recipes to prepare if cooking is one of your holiday traditions.
Do you have any special Holiday Traditions?
Share your ideas or plans for this season on the comment section below!