Posted on December 20th, 2016
Not every year you are full of enthusiasm about Christmas holidays. There could be a good reason why the only excitement you feel about holidays is a potential opportunity to spend it under the cozy blanket. However, a lack of money or time, reluctance to visit all that parties, or a feeling of deep exhaustion should not spoil the whole season. Just do not let them rule! Here some special tricks how to return Christmas mood.
Anti-Grinch Tips for Holidays
- Follow your holiday spirit! If it is “grinchy”, then make a Grinch party. Invite your friends who share Anti-Christmas views and party hard. Come up with some crazy games or think of punishments for those who cannot help to bring a Christmas tone to your Grinch party. Have fun, and you will see that smile will appear on your face anyway.
- What to do if you feel lonely and there is no one to celebrate Christmas with? Do something special for strangers. Make miracles happen! I do not mean something on a planetary scale, just look around and look at people near you. Bake some cake for the local fire house, buy some coffee for a school guard, bring some toys to an orphanage, or take part in a charity event.
- One of the best ways to overcome depression is to look great or to create a new outfit. Run through holiday sales, mix and match clothes you already have, exchange things with a friend who has the same size. Create a new stunning look for Christmas whether you are celebrating it or not.
- Do not isolate yourself from friends and family. Call friends you miss, take a bus and visit relatives you have not seen for ages. If you are short of money, do not bother about expensive gifts. You always can come up with something handmade, write a handwritten letter, or just help around the house. Care and attention you are giving them are the most valuable gifts.
- Start your own traditions. Christmas is a holiday of a new beginning, hope, and future. It is a great time to change something or to start over. So do not give up – your blanket can wait another week.