Ever heard of blogmas?
Blog every day from December 1st until Christmas. It doesn’t have to be something too long – it doesn’t even have to be text, it can be an infographic, for example.
But you have to publish every day. Blogmas is a fun challenge that helps you get used to blogging more frequently.
Make your first blogmas post explaining what blogmas is and committing to it. You can even set a small – or a big – gift to reward yourself when you make it. Talk about extra motivation!
An interesting alternative to Blogmas is Vlogmas. If you prefer making videos every day instead of blogging every day, here you go!
2. Christmas Decorations
Make a list with your favourite Christmas decorations. Where did you get them?
You can also talk about decorations you don’t have, but you’re going to get. Ask your readers what they think of them, and if they have any of them. If they have them, they can send you photos and/or give you their personal opinion on how good they are.
3. Christmas Pranks
You can have some fun while giving your Christmas gifts. Share your favourite pranks and, if you’ve done them, tell the story.
I leave you a video here for inspiration:
4. Travelling At Christmas: Your Experience
Have you ever travelled for Christmas?
- Where did you go?
- How was it? Did you like it?
- Do you have any tips to share?
5. What To Wear At An Office Christmas Party
If you have an office party to go to, you need an outfit that’s festive, but also elegant, right?
Share your outfit suggestions for an office Christmas party. Which of them do you have? What’s your favourite one?
6. Christmas Songs
Make a playlist with your favourite Christmas songs and share it with your readers.
Create the playlist on Youtube and/or Spotify and leave the links in your post. This way, people can listen to the songs easily.
7. Christmas Stories
Write 10 Christmas stories you like.
You can write stories your parents told you when you were a kid, stories you’ve read, stories from different cultures you’ve come across or even write your own stories!
8. Christmas Traditions
Gather different traditions from around the world and showcase them.
And if you want, you can also take it one step further, and have people from these cultures tell you the stories and their own experiences. That’s a little complicated, though, unless you know people from different cultures, but if you do it, you’ll have an awesome post!
9. Best Christmas
What’s your best Christmas so far?
- Talk about the whole day.
- How did it start?
- Did anything weird happen?
- Why was it the best Christmas?
10. Christmas Fails
Instead of the best Christmas, you can write about the worst Christmas you’ve ever had. And the funnier it is, the better! (That is for others, I don’t know how funny it was for you…)
11. Christmas Makeup Ideas
If you have a beauty or a lifestyle blog, consider writing about makeup ideas for Christmas. There are a lot of occasions that need different makeup styles:
- Office Christmas parties
- Christmas with family vs with friends vs with your boyfriend/girlfriend
- Christmas indoors vs Christmas outdoors
12. Christmas Movies
Talk about your favourite Christmas movies. What are the movies you’re looking forward to seeing every Christmas?
If I have to choose one, I think I’ll go with Home Alone. The first one, duh!
13. Facts About Christmas
Make a list with weird facts about Christmas. For example, did you know that “We wish you a Merry Christmas” wasn’t always as innocent as it sounds?
14. Roundup Of 2019: What Happened This Year
2019 is almost over. How about writing everything important that happened this year to you or your loved ones?
- What lessons did you learn this year?
- Would you change something if you could go back?
15. How To Stay Warm
Talk about your favourite ways to stay warm on a cold day.
- Warm Beverages (Tea or chocolate?)
16. How To Host a Christmas Party
Hosting a Christmas party is awesome. I’ve done it a couple of times so far and it’s great – as long as the company is good, of course.
But there are a few tips you need to make it a successful party. What are they?
17. How To Organise A Secret Santa
Do you like Secret Santa? It’s a pretty cool game and I believe it’s kind of necessary in every Christmas party.
Talk about how you should plan a Secret Santa:
- How it’s played
- How much you should spend on a gift
- Secret Santa gift guide (it can be different if the participants are boys, girls or both)
- How to make sure everyone brings a gift
- What to do when someone – that’s not even an if – forgets to bring their gift.
18. Your To-Read List For Christmas
Any good books you plan to read this Christmas?
- Why do you want to read them?
- Would you recommend them to others?
19. Your Letter to Santa Claus
Write a letter to Santa Claus. It may seem childish, but it’ll make you focus on the things you want for the new year.
20. Hosting A Christmas Dinner
Talk about everything you need to host a dinner at Christmas:
- the food
- the invitations
- the decoration
- the games
- the movies
- the music
21. Christmas Destinations
Choose your 10 favourite Christmas destinations worldwide and showcase them.
- Why do you like them?
- Have you visited any of them?
- Do you have any photos?
22. Christmas Challenge
Create a Christmas challenge that’s relevant to your audience. Challenges are always fun and engaging.
Make sure to not make it too difficult so that a lot of people will take part in it.
23. Stocking Stuffer Ideas
Make a list with unique stocking stuffer ideas. Children – and the rest of the family – will love it!
For example, a cool idea would be to plan a treasure hunt and have the first clue in the stockings.
24. How To Save Money On Your Christmas Shopping
Christmas shopping is something that needs to be done. There are times I enjoyed it; there are times I hated it. So many people to get gifts for, so little money…
Talk about your favourite tips on saving money on Christmas shopping. My favourite one is shopping online, because it’s faster and you have a lot more choices. And it doesn’t hurt that it’s also cheaper!
25. Christmas Events & Festivals
What are your favourite Christmas events and/or festivals? Have you ever attended one of them? Where are the images? We want PROOF!
26. Christmas Recipes
Do you have any good Christmas recipes? Share them with your readers.
Just make sure to write very clear instructions on how to make the recipes. Include time, temperatures, quantities and servings.
27. Make Your Favourite Christmas Recipe
If you plan to make your favourite recipe this year, you may as well record it. If you’re feeling shy, you don’t need to have your face in the video, just your hands and the ingredients.
28. DIY Ornaments
If you like DIY crafts, you should definitely write a post about making your own tree ornaments.
29. Your Family Christmas Traditions
Talk about your family Christmas traditions:
- What do you do for Christmas?
- Do you like it? Or not?
- What do you like and what do you hate in it?
30. Spotlight A Charity
If there’s a charity you support or like, encourage your readers to donate to it.
- Why do you like this charity?
- How do they help society?
- How can people help them? With money? Support? By volunteering?
31. Everything About The Snow
Write a post about the snow. For example:
- Fun facts about the snow
- Snow activities
- Outfits for the snow
32. How Christmas Affects Your Niche
Talk about how Christmas affects your niche. For example, if you have a blog for moms, Christmas is all about spending quality time with your children and getting them presents.
33. Christmas Crafts
Gather the best DIY crafts you can find for Christmas and make a list with the top 20. Include instructions on how to do them and photos of the result. If possible, make them yourself so that you can take your own photos, or even make a video.
34. Best Advent Calendars
Advent calendars are great as long as you know what to put inside. Find the best ones for someone in your niche.
35. How To Make An Advent Calendar
If you can’t find good advent calendars for your industry, make one yourself and show how you did it step by step.
36. Gift Guide
Make a gift guide for Christmas. If you’d like, you can make different lists depending on the potential recipients.
- Boyfriend / Girlfriend / Spouse
37. DIY Christmas Cards
At some point, most of us have made Christmas cards to give to our loved ones.
But, in this post, you can take it a step further and go for more unique ideas. If you need some inspiration, check out this video:
38. Do A Collaboration
If you know other bloggers, do something together and write about it. Don’t forget to take photos and/or videos to use in your post.
39. Favourite Christmas Memories As A Child
Choose your favourite Christmas memories as a child and write about them. Which do you like the most?
40. Festive Activities
Talk about festive activities you can do at Christmastime. You can also write about activities you can do in winter in general.
41. Why You Love Christmas
Why do you love Christmas? Talk about the top 10 reasons and explain why.
Feel free to say why you hate Christmas if you do and why, but I have to warn you that you risk looking like Scrooge McDuck. 😛
42. Christmas Jokes
Write the best jokes you can find about Christmas. You can even make some yourself. Just run them by someone to make sure they’re funny.
If you don’t want to tell them to your friends, leave them below and we’ll tell you how good they are!
43. Capture The Christmas Spirit In A Photo
Share some photos that represent the Christmas spirit to you.
You can turn this to a contest or a challenge. Have your readers send a photo that represents the Christmas spirit and showcase the best – or all – of them.
44. How To Deal With Awful Relatives
The one thing I don’t like at Christmas is the awful relatives. We all have some. They may be close relatives like a grandparent or distant like a cousin of a cousin.
But even though we all know we don’t want to spend Christmas with them, we do, because we “have to”. Do you have any good tips to stay mentally healthy after this Christmas?
45. How To Find Gifts For Everyone On A Tight Budget
If you want to find gifts for everyone – even when you don’t have a lot of money to spend – what tips do you follow? Share your knowledge with the rest of us!
46. Christmas Giveaway
Organise a giveaway for Christmas. You can give away anything you want, but the most relevant they are to your niche, the better.
You can choose people from your blog randomly – the easier way it’s to ask them for a comment under your post – or you can create a challenge of some sort and give the gifts to the winners.
47. Snack Ideas For A Christmas Party
Make a list with your favourite party snacks. And if you can, add a Christmas twist to them.
48. Ways To Get Into The Christmas Spirit
Talk about ways to get into the Christmas spirit. For example:
- Decorating your house
- Going Christmas shopping
- Listening to the Christmas songs
49. What To Do If You Forgot To Take A Present
What if you’ve forgotten to buy a present and you remembered it at the last moment?
Talk about gifts that don’t require a lot of time or money to get or make.
50. Christmas Shopping Tips
Make an ultimate guide with tips on Christmas shopping.
- When is the best time to go shopping?
- E-shops that are cost-effective
- Who you should get with you on Christmas shopping and who you shouldn’t.
That’s it! We’re done with Christmas blog post ideas!
So… what do you think about these ideas? Go ahead and let me know in the comments below!
If you have any questions, I’d be happy to answer! Any suggestions are always welcome, so tell me about topics you’d like me to write. And if you liked this, check out more blog post ideas for December.
See you next time!
Hi there, I’m Jenny.
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