3 Ways to Make Your Christmas Special

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christmas bulb 3 Ways to Make Your Christmas SpecialWant to make Christmas special?

Ah, the holidays, they are a mixture of fun, food and a plenitude of stress.  We feel so much pressure to make everything just right.  It is maddening at times.

We want to make things special because Christmas itself is distinctive.  Christmas is packed with meaning.  All the more reason that we want to make it stand out.  The memories should last a lifetime or at least until New Year’s.

3 Quick Tips to Make Your Christmas Special

I know you’re busy so I’ll get right to the point and make this brief.  There are still presents to wrap, songs to carol and hams to bake.  So, in the midst of all this, how do you make Christmas special?  Well, here are some things to consider:

1.  Start by Letting Some Things Go

You can squeeze the specialness right out of Christmas trying to pack it too full of good things.  In 5 Authentic Ways to Keep the Holidays Simple, we are reminded that Christmas is a time that we are supposed to be spending with family and friends, accentuating the important things in life.  Remember, good can be the enemy of great.  If you try to cram too much good stuff in, then you may very well crush the greatness right out of it.  This is true not only for you, but for everyone else around you as well.  Let some things go and you’ll have a much more momentous season.

2.  Be Generous to Someone Outside Your Circle

I know we buy tons of gifts for close friends and family members at Christmas.  In fact, I think we often overdo Christmas gift giving, but I’ll save that for another article.  A powerful way that you can make your Christmas special is by giving generously to someone outside your immediate circle.  You might be like Evan in How to Help a Homeless Friend? that knows someone that is down on their luck and needing a little extra generosity this year.  Giving to someone that really needs it will warm your heart and give you that special feeling inside.  This is what Christmas is really all about anyway, isn’t it?

3.  Go Deeper Into the True Meaning

The Most Unbelievable Story Ever Told has to do with Christmas.  It has suspense, mystery and twists behind every corner.  It will challenge, inspire and motivate you.  If you spend a little time with it, you cannot help but to be deeply affected by it.  The more you explore this story, the more special your Christmas will become.  It will surely touch you in a way that will make this year more memorable and extraordinary than any other thing that you can possibly do.  Want a truly special Christmas?  Then take some time to go behind the scenes and learn what the day is really all about.

I Wish You the Merriest Christmas Ever

I wish you a very special Christmas this year.  I hope it is full of family, friends, hope, peace and love.  May you experience everything Christmas is supposed to be without all the burden it was never meant to carry.  If this article sparked any ideas that you feel will help to make your Christmas special, then please do the favor of passing it along to others.  Merry Christmas!

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3 thoughts on “3 Ways to Make Your Christmas Special

  1. Unfortunately, Christmas is a pagan holiday and has nothing to do with Jesus. There’s more than enough evidence to prove this and you can google the truth about Christmas and find many valid sites. Chose you this day who you will serve: Man’s traditions or God, but you can’t do both.

    • I think Christmas is what you make it. There is certainly a “pagan” or commercialized version of Christmas out there. In fact, this is likely the version that the majority of the world observes. However, I think you can also make it a day of worship and celebration. Of course, this is true of any day. It is all about what you believe in your heart.

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