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Tis the Season for Sharing - How Will You Share Christmas This Season?

December 21, 2016

There are many ways to spread love this Christmas season.

It's that time of year where we all gather around and share our most cherished Christmas memories, along with new traditions we've picked up over the years.

On top of sharing memories, there are other ways to spread love. Below we've listed three of our favorite ways to spread Christmas joy:

1. Write a Letter

While this seems like a simple,  basic answer, it's one way to communicate in a real, personal way. I mean, who doesn't love to check the mailbox to find a stack of beautiful red and green Christmas cards?

It's one affordable and heartwarming way to spread love to your friends and loved ones no matter where they are on the globe. It will certainly bring a smile to any recipient's face.

2.  Have a Leftover Party

Huge Christmas celebrations often result in refrigerators stuffed with leftovers that more than likely will get tossed before they're eaten. Why not save that food and put it to good use?

Have a "Leftover Party" after the Christmas hustle and bustle has simmered down. Invite co-workers, friends, and family to bring their holiday leftovers and feast together on your bounty.

In this relaxed and cozy environment, you'll definitely find ways to build friendships and relationships in ways you never could have otherwise.

What are your favorite ways to share with others this Christmas season? 


3. Gather Together for the Christmas Story

Family is one of the most important parts of Christmas, and what better way to spend time with them than to tell the true Christmas story.

While "Twas the night before Christmas..." is a beautiful story, find time to tell the true Christmas story, the story of our Savior's birth. After all, this is the real reason we celebrate Christmas. In doing this, you never know who's life you could touch in the process.