What Holiday Tradition Are You?

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Depending on how you celebrate, the holidays are either in full swing for you or are just about to happen. I am gearing up for my holiday celebrations, and I can’t wait for Christmas morning to open all my presents. Now, of course I don’t get as many presents as I did when I was a kid, but I still enjoy the tradition of having them under the tree and opening them on Christmas morning.

Speaking of holiday traditions, I must say that I really love them. I went through a period in my life (teens and early 20s) when I was pretty bah humbug about the holidays. These days, I am able to enjoy the small things more, and that includes holiday traditions, even if they are a bit goofy or hokey. For example, I enjoy watching holiday movies much more than I did when I was younger, even watching the same ones year after year. I also like hanging up my stocking every year, even if I am filling it myself. And of course, I love the tradition of baking cookies.

I think holiday traditions are important to me because they connect me to the past and warm and fuzzy emotions. Whenever I watch a holiday movie I’ve seen before, I have sweet memories of the other times I’ve watched it. And when I do a little baking, it takes me back to my mom and grandma baking up a storm in the little Colorado house and kitchen I grew up with.

Do you like holiday traditions? Take my latest quiz to see which holiday tradition best suits you:Β What Holiday Tradition Are You?Β Let me know what your result is and what you think of it πŸ™‚

Discussion question: What is your favorite holiday tradition?

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6 thoughts on “What Holiday Tradition Are You?

  1. Melissa Russell

    Result is Secret Santa. I like all our traditions but we don’t always do them all. The one thing that is pretty much guaranteed is that family will get together and eat and play a gift game. That’s the best part anyway. My family always has a lot of laughs.

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  2. Josh

    None describe me completely (Staying up late for Santa and Gingerbread House come the closest).

    Checking out Christmas lights and opening presents along with family members on Christmas Eve.

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