It's the third day of blogmas and I wanted to share some of my Christmas memories. The problem is that I hardly have any photographs here in Poland. I grew up in the Middle East, in the nineties, so most of my childhood Christmas memories are printed. I need to digitise them all when I'm back in the UK at the end of the year. Last year they were in storage so I wasn't able to.
As I won't be able to share any photographs with you I thought I'd write another list. The following is a list of my favourite Christmas songs, complete with a YouTube playlist:
Although there is a free YouTube playlist, if you want to buy any of the above tracks you can just click on them and you'll be redirected to Amazon! What's your favourite Christmas song? Let me know in the comments!
Sung to the tune of 'On the first day of Christmas':
On the second day of blogmas, I thought that I'd help you.
Here are some blogmas ideas.
My last post was a collection of wrapping paper images I wanted to share as I really like the inclusion of natural elements when wrapping presents or decorating for Christmas. However, my own home isn't a reflection of this, it has more of a plastic tree, paper garlands and supermarket wrapping paper vibe. One day I might be able to achieve that natural aesthetic but for now, I'm on a Christmas budget.
What is blogmas?
Blogmas is a sort of festive blogging challenge which takes place between the first and the twenty fifth of December. Most people try to blog every day during this period but it's not necessary. It's best not to feel as though you're putting pressure on yourself if you're too busy to blog.
Here is a list of twenty five blogmas post ideas:
I hope some of these ideas are useful. If I've missed anything please let me know in the comments. I'd love to hear from you. Be sure to leave your links so that I can check out some of your blogmas posts too!
All images used are CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0).