The last time we checked, Christmas Eve was the biggest day of the year, with a slew of activities for families and kids.
From shopping, to watching movies, to playing sports, it’s an incredible time for people to unwind and enjoy the gifts they’ve received.
So we thought we’d give you some tips for enjoying Christmas Day without the hustle and bustle of the shopping day.
We think that if you’re not busy on Christmas Eve, you should take a few minutes to enjoy the holidays with family and friends.
But even if you don’t have to, there are plenty of great ways to take advantage of the holiday season and enjoy Christmas Day.
We’ve compiled a list of 5 ways to celebrate Christmas Day and take advantage.
If you’re looking for ways to make it even easier on yourself, here are a few ways to enjoy Christmas in the style of the traditional.
If the holiday has been a long time coming, you’re probably still feeling a bit overwhelmed with the amount of things you need to do.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed, try this 10-minute Christmas prep class to get you going.
You’ll learn how to organize your house, get things done, and get back to work on time.
If there are no activities on Christmas day, you can still enjoy the holiday spirit by watching movies or playing games.
Here are some great Christmas movies and games you can enjoy on Christmas.
If that’s not enough, here’s a list you can check out of Christmas movie listings that might be of interest.
There’s no need to be stressed out this year.
In fact, many families have already set a date to celebrate and it can be a relaxing time.
Check out these ways to keep the holiday spirits high, even if it means you have to put your Christmas shopping to bed.
If all that isn’t enough to make you feel festive, here a list to find some great holiday decorations for your home.
There are so many things to celebrate on Christmas morning, you may want to start looking for new ways to share your special day with friends and family.
We’ve collected a list, in alphabetical order, of ways to have some fun and make Christmas memorable.
You can get a few of these Christmas crafts at your local craft store, but if you want something a bit more traditional, we recommend going to a local store or a thrift store to get some great gifts for your loved ones.
If not, we’d love to hear from you about your Christmas gift ideas.
If your favorite activity is cooking, try these recipes to make a festive meal on Christmas:Want to have a festive holiday meal on your Christmas morning?
Here are our suggestions for how to make one that’s even better than the last.
If cooking is a favorite holiday activity for you, try one of these simple holiday recipes for Thanksgiving dinner.
These recipes are all simple, yet hearty, with just a little bit of help from the spices.
We hope you’ll try some of these recipes this Christmas.
If the holiday doesn’t have much to do with cooking, you’ll find a great recipe to make yourself this holiday.
If playing games on Christmas, try a few different types of board games on your favorite Christmas game.
There are a ton of fun and festive holiday games for you to choose from.
If hanging out with friends or family on Christmas night is too much to handle, here is a list that might help make your holiday night a little easier.
Get up early for a holiday tradition.
If it’s your first time to take a walk around the block on Christmas evening, try going for a run on a nearby street.
These are some of the best ways to get outside and enjoy some fresh air.
If it’s time to catch up on some family-oriented programming, we’ve got some of your favorite programs you might want to watch on Christmas for free.
Here is a rundown of some of our favorites.
If shopping is still a chore on Christmas eve, here’re a few ideas for how you can try to put some Christmas shopping into perspective.
If holiday shopping is your favorite time of year, check out some of my favorite Christmas shopping lists for kids, family and kids at home.
We hope you enjoyed this post and it has inspired you to get out there and make some Christmas Day shopping.
If your favorite holiday activities aren’t on the list, please let us know in the comments below and we’ll add them to our list.