The holiday season is upon us! Deck your Passion Planner with 10 festive ideas for your dotted pages.
1. Holiday Bucket List
One of the best ways to be present this season is to create your very own holly jolly holiday bucket list. Fill it with your favorite traditions and fun local events.
2. Christmas Albums and Playlists
What’s the holidays without your favorite music? Whether you’re into the classics, modern renditions, or both, you can print out a Spotify playlist to set the tone for the merriment.
3. Holiday Movie Checklist
If you’re a cinephile like I am, movies are a defining part of your holiday season. Curl up with some hot cocoa in front of the TV and have a Hallmark movie marathon!
4. Gift Budget
Keep your holiday and wallet stress-free by having a gift budget. If you catch a sale, you may even have some money leftover to buy yourself something nice!
5. Holiday Recipe
Who else has been watching the Great British Baking Show: Holidays on Netflix?! Get inspired to bake something special with a recipe page in your Space of Infinite Possibility.
6. Personal Wishlist
Have you ever blanked out when somebody asked you what you want for Christmas? Not anymore! Keep your wishlist handy for potential Secret Santas. Plus, you can buy for yourself whatever items get missed later on once New Years Sales roll around.
7. Christmas Countdown
Candy canes, cocoa, and caroling, oh my! Christmas may only be one day out of the year, but it’s celebrated over the course of a month. Savor each moment with a countdown of your favorite things!
8. Hanukkah Countdown
Though evergreen garlands and stockings adorn many shops come December, Christmas is certainly not the only holiday that is observed. Use your dotted pages to celebrate Hanukkah, lighting your hand-drawn menorah with each passing day.
9. Kwanzaa Countdown
Reflect on the seven principles of Kwanzaa with a red, black, and green kinara countdown! With each day you draw in your planner, may you be reminded of Kwanzaa founder Dr. Maulana Karenga’s words: “walk gently, act justly, relate righteously in the world — for the world and all that is in it.”
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