BLOGMAS: My Christmas Wishlist


My preferred day on the planet is coming soon, with no ifs, ands or buts, I am prepared for the big day. In as much as I referenced in a previous post that I would like to take some steps back as we get into the festive season, I am not giving up my wishlist. Now don't judge me; clearly, you have yours too, perhaps you don't but don't be the pointing finger. 

You know how they say " it is great to treat yourself", well, I am about to share with you what I consider a treat. I strongly desire to get these done before the end of this year. Hopefully, this will motivate you to set up yours. There are a few things I couldn't want anything more than to do this Christmas and I don't anticipate that Santa should act the hero. 

Christmas holds an uncommon spot in my heart, there is no specific motivation to this, I simply feel this way. Christmas is my personal thanksgiving and I am about to share what I really desire to do this holiday.


31 DAYS OF SOBRIETY.

I have never done this in my life, however, this year will be an exception.  I am just wary of grumbling,  I feel like I need to lay back a little. For this reason, I am on a quest to praise my way through to the new year.

SUPPORT THE NEEDY.

I know what it means to have nearly nothing or nothing, I have had Christmas festivity where I was not celebrating. This was not on the grounds that I had little to celebrate with, it was more of the fact that I understood that there were others who had short of what we did. 

This year, I have volunteered to bring a smile to the faces of some people.  For the time being, I don't have the foggiest idea of how the entirety of this will meet up, yet I know everything will come together beautifully.

MAKE THE BEST HOLIDAY DISHES.

Christmas in my family is detailed but not elaborate. The distinction between our normal day and Christmas day is a bottle of champagne and a Christmas film. Regularly we have the Italian family staple for Christmas but this year, I would love to do something else and I truly trust I can pull this off. 

As of  today, the 13th December 2019, I am 13 days into my soberity exercise.

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20 comments

  1. It's always nice to support the needy mostly on Christmas season

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  2. I support your journey through 31 days of sobriety! It is such an incredibly healthy thing for someone to do both mentally and physically! Happy Holidays!

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  3. Christmas time is my favorite time of the year but for many it can be hard. Having support is the best way to cope with the challenging times!

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  4. I wish you the best on your 31 days of sobriety! That’s a nice goal! Also sounds like a very nice thing to do to support others :)

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  5. I do love the things on your wish lists and I hope you fulfill your 31 days of sobriety and to support those people in needs not only on this Christmas day but hoping you do it on everyday.

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  6. These are great ideas. I love that they don't focus on material things, but instead things we can do to improve ourselves and our world. Kudos to you! Good luck.

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  7. These are such thoughtful, wonderful ideas. Thanks so much for sharing this with all of us!

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  8. These are great items for a christmas wishlist! So much better than material things!

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  9. We forget sometimes that there are so many people out there that don't get what we get :o

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  10. This is just great. Christmas is such a motivating festival. I can't wait for it. All the best for the Sobriety.

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  11. Christmas is one of my favorite times of the year. It's so magical time and I like your wish list. Good luck with the 31 days of sobriety x

    Laura
    https://www.beautywithlala.com/

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  12. Let's all give love on Christmas Day and beyond!

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  13. YOu have an honorable Christmas list. Meaningful wishes and I hope it all works out for you!

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  14. I'm really impressed by this. I considered doing the sobriety thing through the new year, but I think I'm going to start a dry january!

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  15. Good for you to try to stay sober over the holidays! Not only will you be able to remember everything, but it will help keep some of the calories away :)

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  16. I support you and wishing you the best in this 3 days of sobriety. You are an inspiration and admire you for doing this.

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  17. I wish you good luck and this is very impressive. I hope everything works out for you.

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