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How can I pass the time until Christmas?

I’m really excited about Christmas but its kinda early. And i dont mind being in the Christmas mood but i dont want the whole feeling of Christmas to dissappear when Christmas actually comes. What can I do?

10 Responses to How can I pass the time until Christmas?

  • Somebody Told Me says:

    The only thing to do is stay busy! As busy as you can. If you don’t have free time, you won’t be able to think about how close/far away Christmas is so the time will seem to pass faster. Every night get at least 8 hours of sleep, and get at least 30 minutes of exercise 5 days a week. Not only is it good for you, it’ll keep you busy. Also:

    Read your favorite book
    read a new book
    watch your favorite movies
    watch new movies
    play video games
    do jigsaw puzzles
    do any kind of puzzle
    get ahead in your school work
    learn to play an instrument
    learn to play a new song on an instrument you already play
    deep clean your bedroom
    plan decorations
    have a party
    Borrow a few books on a subject you’ve always wanted to know from the library
    Learn something new
    Try to become fluent in a language before Christmas
    Plan your Halloween costume
    Plan presents for people
    Go window shopping
    Ask and Answer at Yahoo! Answers (of course!)
    Check out "bored.com"
    Check out "Comics.com"
    Draw comics
    Draw pictures
    write a story
    paint something
    use clay
    Go for a long walk (and take lots of pictures)
    Make a scrapbook
    Get some of those little Christmas statues from a craft store and paint them (it takes a while, and they’re very pretty when finished)
    Buy a plain wooden box and paint/decoupage it until it couldn’t fit you and your room more
    Make ornaments
    Decorate (closer to Christmas)
    Bake (Christmas baking at Christmas time, anything else right now)
    Learn to make a complicated recipe you love
    Memorize something (a long poem works)
    Make a list of what you’re thankful for
    Get involved with church or after school activities

  • Autumn Girl 09 says:

    Well my Best advice is to wait until Halloween Comes in a few weeks. Then after that you may want to take out our Christmas music and Christmas stuff and going through them. You could mate your cards in proper envelops. So when Christmas rush comes you don’t have to worry about the mess of mating the Christmas cards. Also find a few Christmas Crafts online and get the materials and do them through the next few months.
    Just note this time will go by awfully fast so enjoy each days 🙂

  • Skittles777 says:

    try to focus on fall for now, if you keep feeling this way you will be bored with the Christmas feel by the time it actually comes. i love christmas too but save the tree and all for when its really time, for now try taking classes, or volunteering somewhere, instead of sitting at home waiting for december to come around.

  • bubble00358 says:

    i don’t know how to beat "somebody told me"s list. but my advice is to think about halloween after you start worrying about your costume time kinda flies. anyways, to keep the christmas mood going play christmas music. i love it personally and play it in july if i feel sad.
    hope that helps! 🙂

  • Isabella V. says:

    i know what you mean. i feel the same way.

  • Courtney says:

    When December comes, do something every day that’s Christmas related.
    Dec. 1: Watch your fav. Christmas movie
    Dec 2: Wrap all the gifts you’ve bought

    Dec 24: Go on NORAD to track Santa

  • Hammies says:

    Join a club or group after school(if you’re in school) to keep your mind from wondering into the thoughts of Christmas

  • Crazy Eagle says:

    Why not prepare for Christmas by buying some good Christmas movies and music? Save them for December, but at least you will be prepared.

    How about:

    A Christmas Carol (the British 1950’s version)
    The Polar Express

    Bony M Christmas
    Mannheim Steamroller
    A Feast of Songs

    You can watch these films and listen to this music for many holidays to come! Enjoy.

  • Emm, (: says:

    Im the exact same way. And no offense to anyone but i dont wanna be told to wait or try to focus on other stuff. That may work for some people but not me. Just try to stay in the wonderful spirit and here are some ways (: :
    – make cards
    – make your christmas list
    – listen to songs
    – watch movies
    – plan what ur gonna get for people
    – grandma got ran over by a reindeer (:
    – spend time outside
    – go on christmas websites, here is some
    * clause.com emailsanta.com
    – paint your nails red & green.

    theres more, but that is all i can think of 😛 sowwy.

  • Poppy Black says:

    All you have to do is make a list of stuff you want and then you can find out the price and where you can get it . But the time you have found out all the prices and stuff, it will be a whole lot closer to the time. Or you could try to forget the whole thing, then it will seem like no time, when it actually comes. 😛

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