Hello my wonderful readers!!!!
On my last post, i did talk about me taking a break from the blog but it being that time of the year, i couldn’t really stay away from the blog. It’s the most wonderful time of the year and everything about this season makes me feel warm inside. On today’s post i will be sharing with you all my guilty pleasures for the Holiday season. Disclaimer!!!!!…...DARE JUDGE NOT!!!!!!
Hallmark Christmas Movies: Every year i tell myself that this is the year for me to quite all these nonsense. But every year, i find myself binge-watching them. Despite my knowledge of how they will end, the cliches within the movie, i still continue to watch them. Can’t help myself.
Christmas Music: So this is where it becomes funny. I have this love-hate relationship going on with Christmas music. I will complain when department stores and radio stations start playing them way ahead of Christmas but i will find myself getting into the groove of it. They normally make me feel some type of way, really warm inside, that i really can’t help myself.
Decorating: I believe i’m the only person in my family that gets excited about decorating, but it makes it look more like Christmas. There is something about the lights, ornaments, decorations that changes the atmosphere. It makes it feel more like Christmas.
All things fuzzy. This is the one time of the year that i want to indulge myself in all things fuzzy. That being sleeping in fuzzy pajamas, chilling in fuzzy socks, cozying up on that fuzzy blanket. FYI, if you ever want to get me a Christmas present this is one. Get me one of the things mentioned above and i will be the happiest girl ever.
Hot chocolate and marshmallows: A cup of hot cocoa, a good romantic cheesy hallmark Christmas movie and cozying up on the couch with a fuzzy blanket is the epitome holiday guilty pleasure.
I have shared my holiday guilty pleasures, now it's your turn. What is your holiday guilty pleasure? Leave me a comment below.
Photography: My friend Christine Arhu
Wishing you all a Merry Christmas