Blogmas Day 12: Make Your Christmas Day Special!

Hey my friends!

What will you be doing this Christmas holiday? With travel restrictions and the limitations on gatherings, we need to find some activities that will still make it a fun and memorable day.

Here is what you can do for a low-key Christmas day:

Get dressed for the occasion and have dinner

What do I mean you might ask? Just because you’re staying home with either one other person or your significant other and/or children, doesn’t mean you can’t get dress in your Christmas outfit you would have normally worn if it was a huge family gathering. Let me tell you, getting dressed makes you feel so much better than just sitting around in loungewear.

Sit at the dining room table

Create a beautiful table landscape for your Christmas dinner. Don’t just have dinner and sit in the family room watching tv.

Dessert Time

After you’re done with dinner, let’s change into our matching loungewear and make a fun dessert everyone can participate in.

The dessert doesn’t have to be anything complicated. You can create gingerbread ice cream sandwiches. You can make the cookie from scratch or use store bought cookie dough.

You can also simply create an ice cream sundae bar using all the traditional flavors of Christmas such as gingerbread, cinammon, peppermint, etc;

Whatever you do this Holiday Season, stay healthy and safe 💋

International Women’s Day 🤼‍♀️🏃‍♀️💃🚣‍♀️🤾‍♀️

March 8th is recognized as International Women’s Day. This day was originated to recognize and help eliminate women being discriminated against.

Throughout the years we have made a mark in this world to show how powerful we as women are. On this day let us celebrate the achievements we’ve made so far. Yes it’s true that we still are not equal to men, but as we look back even a decade ago, we are on our way.

Today is Autism Awareness Day…

Hey my friends!

Those of you that have been following me for awhile know how much this cause means to me.

I encourage all of you to read about autism and truly understand:

  1. What is autism?
  2. What are the signs of autism?
  3. How does autism affect not only that person, but that person’s family?
  4. What can I do to help that person with autism?

I am not at all an expert in this field, but I do have experience growing up with someone I love dearly that has a mild form of autism. If you have any questions that I can assist with, please leave me a comment and I will help in any way I can.

Until next time…night night 💋