12 Days Of A Natural Christmas



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Today I ventured out with my little family and cut down a Christmas tree from the woods, and it now sits in my living room waiting to be decorated.  My area of Missouri has had 2 snowfalls so far this year, and I anticipate many more inches of snow in the months to come.  A local radio station has begun its non-stop Christmas music that I enjoy tuning into in my van.  These things put me into the Christmas spirit!  So much so, that for the month of December I’m doing a blog series titled “12 Days of a Natural Christmas.”  I’m going to touch on different areas that can make the Christmas season a little more natural, and yes even healthier.  These posts will not be written 12 days in a row, but I plan to post 12 times on this subject from now until the end of December.

Joining me in this series are my friends Kristy from Little Natural Cottage,  and Kristen from Smithspirations.  Kristy will be focusing on 12 Days of a Frugal Christmas, and Kristen’s theme will be 12 Days of a Simple Christmas.  I know these bloggers will have awesome ideas of their own to share, so I’ll be publishing some of their posts here at my blog as part of my series.

Some of the things I will cover during this 12 Days of a Natural Christmas series:

  • Natural Christmas decorations
  • Christmas herbs and spices
  • Naturally sweetened desserts
  • Natural DIY Christmas gifts
  • Creating delicious Christmas aromas using herbs and essential oils
  • Staying naturally healthy during the busy Christmas season

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What are some ideas you have for a natural Christmas?

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Comments

  1. says

    Sounds like a great series! I love, love, love Christmas and the past few years I’ve been changing and modifying our normal recipes for more real foods. I’m looking forward to reading your ideas!

  2. says

    Thanks so much for linking up at Mom 2 Mom Monday, Jill! I’m so glad I found your series and have pinned it so I can remember to read it :) I’m really loving natural ideas right now ;)

  3. says

    Jill,
    I really enjoyed this post and I look forward to looking around your site. This year we really simplified our Christmas decorations. We decided to get rid of our artificial tree and garland and go back to the real thing. This year we cut our own tree and gathered greenery for the mantels. Then at the end of the season we can simply compost the tree and not have anything to store. Feels good to simplify.

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