Hey guys! Welcome back. Blogmas is still going strong, and you all still seem to be enjoying my posts. I am looking forward to many more posts this month. Let’s finish 2017 off strong. Today’s Blogmas post is about the best kinds of Christmas presents and the ones I most enjoy giving. Enjoy!

I have always enjoyed Christmas. It is my favorite holiday out of the year. I look forward to it all year and I am genuinely sad when it is over. When I was growing up it brought so much peace to me. I have always been given presents and I have loved many of them. I have also given many presents and I enjoy doing it. It’s always nice to let other people know you love and appreciate them.

I don’t believe it matters how many gifts you give someone or how much they cost. I don’t believe that a gift has to be bought, wrapped, and saved for Christmas Day. I think a gift should be meaningful and come from the heart. Sometimes that means buying something and sometimes that means spending quite a bit of money, but a great gift does not have to entail those things.

Christmas is a special holiday. It’s a time meant to be spent with people you live and showing them how much you appreciate them. I believe you can do that in a plethora of ways. You can buy them something, make them something, or extend an act of service. Everyone wants and needs different things. Sometimes people don’t need you to buy something for them, sometimes they need you to do something for them or help them with something. Sometimes the best thing you can give someone is a gesture.

I love giving presents to people, but I think it’s important to give people things I know they will really love and appreciate. I don’t believe in wasting a good gift opportunity. Sometimes I buy things for people when I think they need or want something really bad. I buy things for people when I can’t think of a better idea. But I don’t think your love for someone should be measured by how much money you spend on someone or how big the gift is. I don’t think it matters how many gifts you buy someone.

Christmas is about the spirit of giving. So give what you can. Buy something, make something, do something, offer something. What you give is not nearly as important as why you are giving it. Keep that in mind when giving presents this Holiday Season.

Thank you so much for reading! I hope you enjoyed this. Please like it if you did. Also, be sure to comment the questions you have for my Christmas Q&A coming up on Saturday! I hope to have a lot of questions! Don’t forget to follow before you leave if you have not already and I hope to see you next time!