Happy Holidays

The Holidays are always a crazy time for your family, but having school off and getting to just relax and rejuvenate makes them amazing. On this page I am going to show you all my holiday tips and tricks! Remeber to get some sleep, hang out with your friends, and most importantly spend some time with your family.

Sincerely,

Emily

Starting off the holiday season we had Halloween! This year I started off at my friends house for around an hour but I'm currently injured and my knees were hurting so bad that I had to go home. I handed out candy and enjoyed seeing all the little kids with their crazy costumes!

Sincerely,

Emily

Thanksgiving is an amazing holiday because of all the food! For all my food lovers with restrictions, I know it can suck sometimes. I am a vegetarian and sometimes Thanksgiving sucks because there isn't much to eat. But if you think about it, there are lots of options for everyone. For example tofurky or veggie meat is a great substitute. Also remember to try new foods! The holidays are perfect for this since there is always lots of options! Have fun and enjoy the break!

Sincerely,

Emily

Take these tips to get the perfect gifts! 

1. Use a website or app. Many big stores, especially toy stores, let you create an account on their website where you can make a wish list filled with things you want for Christmas. You can give the link to your wish list to friends and family so they can go online to find out what you want. There are also many apps that allow you to create a wish list on your phone and share it with friends and family through text, email or social media. (wikihow.com)

2. Email your wish list. You can type what you want for Christmas in a fun holiday email and send it to friends and family. Collect all of the email addresses and send the list to as many people as you want. You can send it as a group email, or to be more personal you can send the emails individually with a personalized note in each one.
Make the email have a theme of gratitude to show your friends and family that you’re thankful to have them all in your life and not just asking for presents. (wikihow.com)

3. Do extra chores. Volunteer to help out around the house to show your parents how responsible you can be. Try to pitch in with extra chores so your parents want to reward your help with a special present. The more you are able to do, the more likely your parents will be willing to get you the things you want.
Offer to do the dishes.
Clean your room really well.
Offer to wash the windows.
Clean the bathrooms.
Take out the trash. (wikihow.com)

Sincerely,

Emily