Lifestyle | 25 Things To Do During The Festive Period

I love this list, and think that we could all go on adding to it.

On number 4, I would endorse the recommendation for the German Christmas Market in Manchester for those in UK. But I have very happy memories of Weihnachtsmärkte in Bielefeld and Düsseldorf.

I would recommend combining activities 9 and 10 and, in my case, I would make a slight amendment. So that would become:
9/10: Layer up and go for a winter walk followed by a large mug of hot Glühwein (mulled wine).

Now I’m happy just thinking about that.

The Girl in Glasses

Christmas Background

Confession: I love Christmas – and since it’s exactly one month until Christmas day, our home has been a hive of activity, as the process of unboxing decorations and transforming the various rooms has begun.

I will be sharing some of my activities throughout December but, in the meantime, here are 25 suggestions for things that you can do during the festive period:

  1. Host a month-long movie marathon to screen all of your favourite festive films.
  2. Get your skating boots on and visit an outdoor ice rink.
  3. Bake gingerbread men, Christmas cupcakes and/or a yule log to share with guests, family, friends and co-workers.
  4. Visit a German Christmas Market and soak up the atmosphere (If you’re in the UK, I recommend Manchester).
  5. Get involved with ‘Operation Christmas Child.’ 
  6. Take photos to capture the memories and create a Christmas scrapbook.
  7. Put together a festive playlist that is jam-packed full of the Christmas…

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About Lance Greenfield

Blog: lancegreenfield.wordpress.com email: lancegmitchell@outlook.com I published my debut novel in December 2014: Eleven Miles. My second novel went live in February 2016: Knitting Can Walk!
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4 Responses to Lifestyle | 25 Things To Do During The Festive Period

  1. JazzWood says:

    I always have a festive period 🙂 LOL
    i can’t visit a German christmas market 😦 there are none here

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