Decking halls with boughs of holly – and 30,000 lights – is one thing many of us have done this season.
Sometimes it's difficult to find the right time, the place or the words to express how we feel about someone, but don't wait until it's too late. Maybe Christmas is the perfect opportunity! Heal that rift. Say it while you can and put the 'Happy' back into Christmas.
It's only a matter of days until the big day but there's still plenty of time to get into the Christmas spirit. There's so much going on in London so take advantage of these fantastic events happening in the big smoke this Yuletide.
I'm sure you've heard all of this before and a lot of this list certainly challenges me. My point is that Christmas doesn't have to end up with piles of debt. It doesn't have to be about being so busy you don't enjoy it. It doesn't have to be about giving your children everything on their Christmas list.
Joe was living rough. He'd lost his Dad earlier in the year, but having no money he had walked to Leeds to lay flowers on his fathers grave and then walked back to London, the round trip taking 6 weeks.
Being asked to read at a Carol Service is a great honour, but for many it can fill us with dread! What tone should you take
'We Could Never Have Anticipated What Christmas Would Look Like; But We Always Hoped For Something Better': Supporting A Child With SLCN During The Festive Period
Christmas can be a stimulating but overwhelming time of the year for a child with speech, language and communication needs. Charities like I CAN offer tips and advice for supporting these children through the festive period.
Christmas is here once again. And seeing as we're forced to spend so much time with extended family members you rarely speak
I was talking to some young people at work who were a bit stressed about Christmas and they seemed so shocked at the idea that my Christmas wasn't going to just turn out like some kind of ideal homes perfect picture of a happy festive British family. I
In a chestnutshell Festive Freeze aims to help households save money and stamp out the absurdity of food waste. But it is not just households that can benefit from the campaign. Across the UK the prize for cutting food waste is considerable as it is estimated that a concerted effort could prevent £30billion tonnes of food being wasted by 2025.