Merry Christmas from my little family to yours. I hope that you got all you wanted out of this holiday season, and thank you for coming along on this Blogmas Journey with me. Lots of Love Sam ♥ Advertisements
Well, it is quite a task to try to write a blog post everyday for 25 days (yes, I will have a Christmas post tomorrow). While I didn’t quite fulfill the task by missing 2 days I am still quite proud of how much I have done. This is also helping me discover my writing… Continue reading Blogmas 2016 Wrap-Up
So, I don’t know about you but my credit card is feeling exhausted from this holiday season. From the presents, to the dinners, to events, it gets pricey. I’ve mentioned before and I’ll mention again, it’s not what I think the holidays are about. Here are tips to stretch your dollar as far as possible… Continue reading How to: Christmas Gifts on a Budget.
The C in Christmas stands for cookies right? 10. Almond Swirl Cookies These are cookies I’ve had at Christmas but aren’t my favourite. Obviously, landing at number 10. However, they are still delicious, and the maraschino cherry on top is super festive. Recipe: Here 9.Chocolate Pin Wheel Cookies I felt a little guilty not including… Continue reading Top 10 Christmas Cookies
So you’ve waited till the day before Christmas to get presents. And the stores look like a post apocalyptic waste land. Shelves are empty, people are running around, there’s screaming, crying, swearing, and mental break downs from the front end staff. Well maybe not that extreme, but pretty close. Bath Products This shelf usually still has… Continue reading Last Minute Gift Ideas
So you got a nice set of glasses from your grandma but you are never going to use them. Re-Gift It! But be careful because it can cause some embarrassment and broken-heartedness if done wrong. Make sure it’s Appropriate. Make sure that when you do re-gift an item, it is something that the other person… Continue reading Re-Gifting Guide
Here is my guide to setting up a cookie exchange. First is figure out how many people are participating. A good number is between 4-8. Any more than that, it’s way too much baking. If you have more than that participating, try a “Bring What You Can” cookie exchange. This kind is where you bring… Continue reading Christmas Cookie Exchange Guide