There’s not long to go until the big day, but if you have a young family, it can be difficult to keep the kids entertained in that short gap between the end of school and Christmas day. And what’s more, with all the food and presents you should have bought and wrapped by now, it’s likely you won’t want to spend too much money keeping the little ones entertained between now and the big day. So what can you do to keep them entertained over the next few days, without having to spend any money?
Storytelling is a key part of Christmas. It’s a time for giving, a time for relaxation and also a time for learning. Over the years there have been many stories depicted during Christmas, and of course one story that started Christmas off altogether, with some of them being over a hundred years old. So what has stood the test of time, and what are the quintessential yuletide stories that we should all be telling to the next generation?
We all work in different ways. Just look around your office now and you’ll see an array of styles. Some listening to music, some preferring the quiet. Some sitting on normal chairs, others going for those balls that apparently help your posture. And when it comes to approaching our work, we deal with that in an array of fashions too. So what does your style of work say about you as a person? Let’s see.
We’re well into November now, so it’s now allowable to play Christmas songs without anyone telling you to stop because it’s too early. We all have a favourite Christmas album, compilation or playlist knocking about that we tend to get out every year, and no doubt it’ll feature some of the all-time classics, as well as a few more recent hits. So in the run up to Christmas, what are the very best festive songs that you should all have on your Spotify playlist? Well, they’ll go a little something like this…