11 Amazing Tips On How To Celebrate Christmas🎅

Christmas is about celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ, the son of God who is worshiped in the Christian religion. If you are an athiest, It isn’t bad to celebrate this awesome time of the year. You can Celebrate a non-religious Christmas.

Make the best of your christmas through the following ways:


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1. Put up a Christmas tree 🌲

You can get a live tree in your house.
You can alternatively buy a fake tree online or at most home improvement stores.
String lights on the tree.

Decide how much you can afford to spend on gifts and food for Christmas and don’t go beyond it.

Use the budget to be more aware of the need to reuse, recycle and make do with the things you do have. You don’t wanna celebrate Christmas and go broke. It’s a time of joy not a time when your pocket will be empty.


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2. Help others.

Consider volunteering or asking people who seem to be left out of Christmas because of their situation, family issues or being foreigners, etc.


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3. Brighten your home with Christmas lights

This decorates as well as brightens up your house. Use nice looking and bright colours.
The traditional Christmas colors are green and red, but you can also use white, gold, and silver, or really any colors you want to make your home festive.
Make it moderate or minimal for photosensitive people.


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4. Put out poinsettias, evergreens, and mistletoe

These have always been associated with Christmas for a long, long time. Using them is a good idea.
Mistletoe is traditionally hung in doorways. If 2 people are caught under it, they’re supposed to kiss!
Set out poinsettias in pots around your house. These plants can be poisonous for pets, so keep them out of reach!


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5. Decorate Your Home.

You don’t need to spend a fortune to decorate your home nicely.
You can decorate your home by;

  • spraying paint on regular tree branches with gold, silver, or sparkly paint, then place them in vases.
  • making paper snowflakes
  • creating paper chains out red and green paper,
  • stringing garlands out of popcorn and cranberries.
  • Using candles. Candles are used commonly for Christmas decorations.

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6. Enjoy Some Christmas music

Christmas music helps you get into the Christmas spirit. Get them online or tune in to your radio station where you’ll get Christmas music from traditional Christmas carols or hymns to more contemporary Christmas music.


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7. Watch Christmas movies

They can also help in putting you in the Christmas spirit.

For some silly, fun movies, try Elf, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, or even White Christmas or “Miracle on 34th Street.”
For some more serious movies, opt for one of the many versions of A Christmas Carol or try It’s a Wonderful Life.


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8. Attend a Christmas Eve candlelight service.

Many local churches will have candlelight services on Christmas Eve that will mainly consist of a short sermon, scripture readings about Christmas, and Christmas hymns.


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9. Enjoy Christmas dinner with your friends and family.

From where all the smart citizens team members are from we enjoy a bowl of jollof rice with nice turkey. Your own place can be different. In all enjoy Christmas.


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10. Go Christmas caroling

Christmas caroling is when you go to other people’s homes and sing them Christmas songs


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11. Giving

Giving Christmas presents is a tradition this time of year. Also give to charity centers.

Some common ones that people give to this time of year include food banks, homeless shelters, and other charities that serve those who are down on their luck

Caution: Be wise while spending

Decide how much you can afford to spend on gifts and food for Christmas and don’t go beyond it.

Use the budget to be more aware of the need to reuse, recycle and make do with the things you do have. You don’t wanna celebrate Christmas and go broke. It’s a time of joy not a time when your pocket will be empty.

Read Also: The true origin of Christmas

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