It’s the most wonderful time of the year!

It’s that time of the year when spending quality time with family and friends, eating great food, and enjoying your time off the busy everyday routine are your top priority. All of these in combination with beautifully decorated cozy homes and the atmosphere of giving to others is what starts today as the Christmas period is officially open! It is truly the most wonderful time of the year.

For a second consecutive year I will be participating in a tradition that is very popular within the blogging community. This, of course, is Blogmas – a wonderful tradition in which bloggers post content on their blog every single day throughout December. And the best part is that each post is on a Christmas topic and the people who know me well will be able to confirm my love for the Christmas period.

This year I will feature again my favourite gift guides appropriate for almost every family member or a friend. I will also share with you how I prepare my home for the holidays, how I have decorated it, what will be the small finishing touches that I will add to the presents for my loved ones, and how to enjoy the festive atmosphere without putting too much pressure on yourself. Equally important, I will share my thoughts on how to make the most of the holidays without getting into that consumer attitude and focusing more on giving back and appreciating your time with your loved ones.

I hope that I will be able to post every single day because I have so many ideas that I want to share with you. Of course, like last year I will not put too much pressure on myself and if I feel like skipping a blog post in order to take care of my family, I will do so.

Happy 1st of December – the start of the most wonderful time of the year!



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