Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, and the Winter Solstice are all celebrated in December.

There are also 12 religious holidays celebrated in December.

Many of these are around 12/21.

The shortest day of the year.

Why?

We need to find something to celebrate during the darkest time of the year.

Especially, this year.

Vibrant Living Tip

What else do they have in common?

They all have a personal element to them. Something just for you. What can you do to celebrate the holidays and by extension celebrate the gift of you? I am having brunch with my daughter and then taking dinner over to my sister on Christmas.

Then there is the light/dark thing. What can you do to bring light to the seasonal darkness? How will you add light to the world? I kept my Christmas decorations up all year this year. I did put the lights back in the front window this week for the world to see. That part of the world that drives by my house anyway. I started eating in the living room so I could enjoy the Christmas lights and decorations more. I love the glow of the lights.

I invite you to do something special this year. Start a new tradition. Share in the comments, if you want.

Vibrant Living Take Away

Tis the season to celebrate the gift of you!

 

Until next time...

Dream Bravely.
Act Boldly.
Live Vibrantly!

Lynn Tranchell

P.S. You are the light of the world. I celebrate that unique, vibrant light in you.

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