Enjoying the Holiday Season as a Twenty-to-Thirtysomething

The holiday season is not just for kids to enjoy, it’s for adult twenty-to-thirtysomethings to enjoy as well.

No comments

Ho, ho, ho, Jingle Bells, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, etc., etc.

The holiday season is filled with exciting and fun things to do! I won’t get into the actual religious celebrations, as I only celebrate them insomuch as I get presents. But here are a list of fun things to do this month to end the year on a great note!

  • If you get the chance, spend some time with your family. Talk, play cards, play chess, watch holiday-inspired movies…all of it!
  • Bake cookies! I personally love to go to my best friend’s parents’ house and bake corn flake wreaths, thumbprint cookies, or really whatever her mom lets me make!
  • Listen to Christmas music, some of which is featured in this issue!

elf.jpg

  • Go and see the windows on Fifth Avenue (or your home state’s version of it)! Nearly every store has a window display and I assure you, they are magical. Saks Fifth Avenue does a sort of laser light show on the windows, which is spectacular. Macy’s has two displays this year, one centering on the new film, Trolls, and their usual one around “Yes Virginia, There is a Santa Claus.” Bloomingdale’s has a “Sing” centered display, and the Cartier building is usually wrapped in a bright red bow. If you can’t make it to New York, we even found a directory of holiday celebrations in other major U.S. cities just for you.
  • Go to a tree lighting! In New York, see the tree at Rockefeller Center. It is always amazing, with the ice skaters all around and with a bit of a chill in the air. We’ve also provided a list of tree lightings in other major U.S. cities.
  • Ice skating in Rockefeller Center, Central Park, or Bryant Park…or your hometown equivalent. All are amazing!
  • Sit back and enjoy a nice cup of hot chocolate or eggnog. I am not a huge fan of eggnog, so I can’t give you any advice there, but Williams-Sonoma hot chocolate is to die for. A must-have holiday tradition!

Happy Holidays, everyone! And Happy New Year of course!

Leave a Reply