Christmas 2020

Free ebook: Saving Christmas 2020

Everywhere I go, people are lamenting the fact that their favourite family outings are cancelled this Christmas. Others are asking online how they will be able to make Christmas magical and special with all the government restrictions in place as the pandemic rages throughout the world. I was worried too but then I decided that …


My Christmas will not be cancelled by a pandemic!

The outings and events that we’ve come to enjoy so much are not the only way to enjoy Christmas and make it magical. We have to be creative and inventive and think outside of the box when it comes to the 2020 festive season. After all, as The Grinch said,

“Maybe Christmas doesn’t come from a store. Maybe Christmas means a little bit more.”

It wasn’t until I decided to get creative and inventive when it came to planning our Christmas that I got inspired to write the free ebook Saving Christmas – Magical ideas for making merry during the pandemic.

This free little ebook is stuffed full of wonderful ideas to enjoy the season’s family fun outings in a different way, while still following the latest pandemic guidelines. There are so many wonderful ways to make the festive season magical and this book has a few fabulous ideas to add to your list. I hope you enjoy it and use the ideas or even adapt them to suit your family situation. it’s free to download below.

I have two very special people to thank for all their help with this ebook: Firstly, my dear friend Shelley who helped with editing and formatting.

And also Katy from MC Graphic Design Studio for her help with the brand new logo.

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Leave me a comment in the comments below to let me know which idea is your favourite. Oh, and send your friends along so they can download their free copy too.

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Keep calm and be Merry this Christmas!

I partied with:

Between Naps on the Porch

My glittery heart

Lou lou girls

Ducks ‘n a row

A little bit of everything

Life and Linda

A pinch of joy

Create with joy

Grandma’s briefs

The hearth and soul

Sum of their stories

My uncommon slice of suburbia

A stroll thru life


Pam’s party and practical tips

The Writer’s Den Linky Badge
My Random Musings

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I was featured…
Farm Fresh Blog Hop 71 with a rooster and pumpkins

21 thoughts on “Free ebook: Saving Christmas 2020

  1. I downloaded your ebook. Thank you! I love what you’re saying about making Christmas about more than what comes in a store. It really is! I’m hosting a challenge starting this Monday about preparing for a calm, connected, peaceful holiday season. Part of what we’ll think about is this idea of the real why behind the season. Thanks again for sharing these ideas! I’m visiting today from the Wine’d Down Wednesday link up. Have a great day Leo!

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  2. I’ve downloaded your gorgeous ebook and I can’t wait to delve into it! This year it is more important than ever to make sure our Christmas celebrations are special and bring back the true meaning of the holidays.


  3. Thank you for the mention in your blog, I really appreciate it and glad I could assist. Your blog is a heart warming little read and really sparks joy for Christmas coming. There is always something so magical about Christmas no matter where you are in the world. Its a warm tingly feeling inside and it your heart feels like it expands as you think of family and friends, the festive cheer, the xmas music in the background, the excitement on little children’s faces writing letter to Santa, the smells of xmas baking and that single moment when the world around you fades slightly and you are sitting watching all the excitement, the joy and love – your heart just fills with love and contentment. It really is the most wonderful time of the year!


  4. Your little book is so well done! it’s very cheerful and full of great ideas for families with young children. I love the decorating your windows idea to cheer people when they are passing. Thank you for your visit to my blog.x


  5. What a lovely idea! I’ve downloaded it, and especially like the ‘magical winter’s evening’. Also, reverse advent calendar for the Trussel Trust (I think that’s how it should be spelt? ;-)) is a lovely thing, I’ve seen quite a few people doing that over the past couple of years. I think some of them start it in November, so that they’ll have 25 things in there by the start of December. But either way is great! Thanks so much for linking up with #KCACOLS, I hope you come back again next time x


    1. Thank you, I’m so glad you stopped by! We have started gathering food stuffs towards our donation. I love the winter’s night idea too. It’s a pity that we don’t enjoy the outdoors in the evenings more.


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