Yes, there’s turkey to finish, new gadgets to play with and chocolate for days, but what happens next?
As well as being the time of year to slow down and shut off, Christmas provides the perfect opportunity to create quality moments with the people you love the most, or to take up something new.
With that in mind, we’re ignoring property altogether in this week’s blog. Instead, we’re focusing on enjoying the holidays with tips and ideas on:
Ready to fill the festive season with moments to remember? Then let’s get on with having a wonderful Christmastime!
Everyone has a creative streak, even if they think they don’t, and there are hundreds of ways to discover yours, whether out in the world or from the comfort of your own home.
Not sure where to start? Try these ideas for inspiration.
You never know what you’ll love until you start, so sign up for something and see where it goes! And remember, you don’t need to get it right to have fun!
If the gym feels too daunting or distant, and the idea of a home workout leaves you cold, there’s a whole world outside of wonderful places to explore for some natural exercise.
Whether you’re meeting ponies on a moor, watching swans on the river or simply hearing the sound of trees rustling in the wind, being outdoors is a treat for the mind, body and soul.
If you want to get your family off their screens, you’ll need to entice them with something even more exciting, which means research! So here are some ideas to get you started.
It’s easy for work and family life to take up all our energies, but nurturing our friendships is just as important. And is there a better time of year for an irresistible invitation to do something fun?
Stuck for ideas? How about:
In the immortal words of Piglet from Winnie the Pooh: “It’s so much friendlier with two”, and is there really a more magical friendship than that?
Culture doesn’t have to be high-brow to count, and whether you’re nurturing guilty pleasures or broadening your horizons, a cultural fix is an enriching experience.
Wherever you are, whoever you’re with, and however you’re spending your days, we’d love to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year full of laughter and good times.
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