18 December 2016

How I get into the Christmas Spirit!



I can't believe it's only 1 week until Christmas! And I could not be more excited (literally, I'm starting to annoy people).


However, while I am one of those people that am in the festive mood as soon as November is over, I know some people just, may not be feeling it much. So, I thought I'd put a cute little post together on some ways to help relax yourself and get into that Christmas mood!


There's nothing I love more than watching Christmas films around this time of year, they just fill my little heart with so much love and happiness, and what better way to get into the Christmas mood! Some of my favourites include, Home Alone (1&2), The Holiday, Elf and Miracle on 34th Street. So, put some candles on, get some yummy food, and stick a happy Christmas film on!


Wrapping gifts is another way I think is great at getting in the Christmas Spirit, I get so excited buying gifts for other people (I even have a stocking full of bits for my dog). Listening to some Christmas music, or pop on a Christmas film in the background and get wrapping! Unless of course you find wrapping presents stressful, then just grab yourself a glass (large) of wine, and then proceed to wrapping gifts!


Spending time with your loved ones, getting all merry (drunk) and bright, is what I think makes Christmas so great. So if you're struggling to get in the mood this year, surround yourself with people you love, and remember the simple things of what Christmas is all about. I also find gin helps with this part too...am I starting to sound like an alcoholic?


Christmas music! I love it! And I love that Spotify have it's own section full of playlists just for Christmas! If music won't help you get into the merry mood, I just don't know what will!

What do you guys love doing in the lead up to Christmas? Let me know in the comments! I'd love to hear how all you guys get into the Christmas spirit!

As always, stay peachy x






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