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Traveling on Xmas Day: Things to Do to Keep the Christmas Spirit Alive When You’re Away From Home

Maybe you’re traveling during the Christmas day, or maybe you’re just simply trying to avoid any possible family drama during the holidays. I mean, as much as I hate to admit… The most toxic environment that I could feel to give me a lot of pressure, that’d be my family and that’s probably the reason why sometimes I dislike the holidays for the nature of seeing a lot of family members.

But hey, celebrating Christmas when you’re away from home could still be special for you. If anything, maybe it can be some unforgettable experience for you if not your best Christmas ever.

So, are you planning to celebrate Christmas far from home? Or are you doing it intentionally but somewhat you still want to keep the Christmas spirit alive?

I’ve gathered some fellow bloggers to share their ideas of celebrating Christmas away from home. What are those? Let’s check this out! 🙂

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Anna’s Birthday: Content and Media Writing Workshop for Our Visual Impaired Friends at Yayasan Mitra Netra

Her name is Anna Karenina.

The first time I met her, I thought she would give me a hard time with her intimidating look. It was during a job interview in the previous company that I used to work for.

I didn’t have any experience as a sales person before, but despite everything, I finally landed the job in this company and she had become my direct supervisor. Never thought that I would find a soul sister in her. There was Om Frans, one of

There was Om Frans, one of our colleagues who actually saved our phone numbers under the name of Anna-Marya just because we were THAT attached with one and another.

On 6th March 2017, she has turned 30. And to welcome her 30s, she’s got a special project that you can participate in and we hope you can!

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