I recently wrote about a Christmas campaign from the UK Money Bloggers. Now I’m back to update you on how I’ve been getting on. I’m hoping that this post is going to be a bit of a reminder of why I’m taking part in the challenge and give some of my lovely readers, who can afford to, a chance to join in too! Today I want to talk to you, briefly, about about #FoodbankAdvent and what the campaign is.
Remember when I made this really average DIY advent calendar? I’m still proud and can’t wait to get it out this year and fill it with little notes and goodies!
For me Christmas is a time for my family to enjoy together. Yes presents are involved, and good food, but in recent years Christmas has become about family and togetherness. I can remember years gone by when I would be in tears at Christmas, thinking about my Dad not getting in touch (again) or other sad occasions. Now my Dad has passed away, and my life is happy, I don’t let such things upset me, or Christmas. Christmas is a time for celebration for us and I love to make nice food, give nice presents but also I love to be charitable, especially at Christmas time. Today I want to talk to you about some of the ways that you can be charitable at Christmas time.