Happy Blogmas day 3!
I post every day of December as a countdown to Christmas, stop by at 6PM.
Blog post ideas are often difficult but blogmas ideas can be even harder. I post every day of December until Christmas Day and to stop myself from stressing I start planning them months in advance. I honestly couldn’t admire daily-bloggers more! It’s so hard. So I’ve created a list of ideas that you guys could do to make blogmas even easier and more fun for us all!
Here are my 20 blogmas post ideas:
- A Christmas Giveaway.
- Your Christmas wish list.
- A gift guide for.. (Mum, Dad, Brother, Boyfriend).
- How you decorate your Christmas tree.
- Your favourite Christmas decorations.
- A Christmas beauty haul.
- A Christmas themed day out? (Winter Wonderland or Christmas market?)
- Christmas outfit or makeup look.
- Winter clothing haul.
- Updated Christmas playlist.
- Winter nail colours.
- Favourite Christmas book/films/songs.
- DIY Christmas decoration tutorial.
- Guest post on Christmas traditions.
- Your favourite hot chocolate recipe.
- Secret Santa choices.
- Healthy Christmas themed snacks.
- DIY Christmas Stockings.
- Christmas cocktail recipes.
- Tell us about your favourite family Christmas traditions.
Do you have your own ideas? Comment and share them with us all.
With love, Beth x
HAPPY BLOGMAS DAY 2!
I upload a new post every day (6pm) of December as a countdown to Christmas!
December is a difficult month. With all the shopping, parties and events happening how do we have time to keep up? I’ve got a few tips and tricks to ensure your sanity is maintained throughout the month of December. I’m a fairly organised person anyway and I hate not being prepared for such a busy time of year. Yes, I’m probably a little too organised but is that such a bad thing?
Step 1: Write to-do lists. A daily log of your activities to remind you of what you should be doing and when you need them done by. It’s as simple as that. Bullet journaling has become a hobby of mine and it really does help to remind you what you need to do and it’s also so fun to colour and be creative! This is especially important for those who work, have children, have university and other hobbies. It’s hard to maintain a balanced life let alone during December.
Step 2: Give yourself a day of rest. With the month being such a busy time of year, remind yourself that you do need a break between work, home life, university, Christmas planning and just generally living. It can be so hard! Have a bath, glass of wine and read a book. It’ll refresh you for those extra busy days.
Step 3: Write a list of all the people you need to buy for and ideas. I recommend personalised things from notonthehighstreet.com you can never go wrong with a personalised gift.
Step 4: Do your shopping online. Plan your food shopping online, choose a delivery date that is convenient for you. Sit back, relax and ignore all those busy crowds of people. Forgot to get your neighbour a Christmas present? Amazon Prime that shit. So stress-free, relaxing and you can do it from your work desk or the comfort of your own home.
I also recommend starting your shopping early, save your money early (don’t wait until Christmas Eve to buy all your families presents, you’re asking for trouble). I normally start mine in October after payday, the more you get done earlier the better. You won’t go completely bankrupt in November and December then!
With love, Beth x