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Maybe you don’t feel like having Christmas fun at all. Still working,  still many gifts left to buy, many tasks scheduled for the holiday, a lot of Christmas eve preparations, … and so on. I know exactly how you feel!

This year I’ve decided that I need a big change and I’ve come up with solution ….Because everything is so simple – it’s in our minds. Read this carefully – now is the right time for Christmas fun (repeat: F-U-N!), for relax (repeat: R-E-L-A-X!), for just everything you need!

Being alone (with your own company), with your family or crazy friend, there is always a way to make yourself feel better, to be ok, to be satisfied. No matter if you’re excited, exhausted, anxious, spiritless. Let me suggest you 7 types of guaranteed Christmas fun – for everyone, for every mood, for every need. Grab your favorite hot drink and take your 5 minutes!

# 1 Been around the world…

If you’re curious about the world, nations, and traditions, a good Christmas fun starts with learning  how to say “MERRY CHRISTMAS“ IN OVER 100 different languages plus many interesting facts. You can actually use them for a DIY Christmas gift for your beloved. The main idea is to combine these “Merry Christmas” expressions with “I love you” in the same 100 languages (Omniglot would do the work). Just copy them in a fancy way (use PowerPoint, Word, Excel or why not try picmonkey.com ) or handwrite them. The effect is important in this case. And the message is something like “I’ll keep saying “Merry Christmas! I love you!” again & again, now & then, here & there (preferably in France)” or any other place you wish to go :p.

# 2 Christmas singing

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16 Christmas Karaoke Songs with Booklet included – check HERE
96 Songs, 6 CDs Christmas Karaoke Box Set – check HERE

I said singing, not just Christmas songs to listen. I mean it! If you only try  this free online Christmas karaoke – you will feel extremely high-spirited with Santa Claus is Coming in Town and more over 50 Christmas songs & carols that directly bring the Christmas fun here.

# 3 Keeping the kids busy

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Keeping the kids busy is an essential part of your Christmas fun plan. Let them decorate a virtual Christmas tree in hundreds of ways with this  Christmas fun for kids. You’ll have at least 10-30 minutes for yourself, having a relaxing bath or beautification procedures.

# 4 Christmas relaxation

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It is definitely time to cool dawn and escape from the Christmas rush – just take a nice drink, watch the snowflakes and listen to the music with this Christmas relax. It’s only you in the world (remember, kids are decorating their virtual tree right now….)! (or just at least for these stolen 5 minutes). Prepare for the next stage of the Christmas fun!

# 5 E-mailing the right person

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Want to do something crazy nonsense? Just e-mail Santa! Take some Christmas fun by  sending him the mail and he’ll reply to you personally! Try this! And don’t forget to ask for your Christmas wishes, or better – say thanks for the presents IN ADVANCE! (in real life this always works when asking something…:) )

Tip: Your kids will also love it! Maybe 30 minutes more for your beauty procedures.

# 7 Making a Christmas greeting card with your bare hands

If you’re not a crafty person, this probably;y sounds to you like a joke. But I assure you that anyone can do this. You only need a couple of colored cards or printing paper, scissors, some gift wrapping paper leftovers, pencil, ruler, paper glue, a ribbon  and….. willing to start. The result will be great! I bet there’s, at least, one person in the whole world that really deserves a handmade Christmas card! (Think – your kid would be crazy about it!). This year I’ve made myself all the Christmas cards for my family. Cost me almost nothing, but brought me a lot of inspiration, good mood, satisfaction, and Christmas fun. I can’t stop now and continued with cards for my closest friends! Luckily Christmas is just in few days, so I won’t spend my life on making Christmas greeting cards.

There are tons of video tutorials on YouTube but my personally favorite channel is CraftinGeek (this girl is simply amazing!)

# 7 Calling Santa

HOW is called Santa (the GIFT –Bringer most popular as Santa Claus) in more than 60 countries?

Santa Claus in different languages

  • Afghanistan: Baba Chaghaloo
  • Albania: Babadimri
  • Armenia: Gaghant Baba / Kaghand Papa (Father Christmas or Father New Year)
  • Austria: Christkind (a little angel like person)
  • Azerbaijan: Şaxta baba (Grandfather Frost)
  • Belgium: Sinterklaas/St. Niklaas (Flemish) or Saint Nicholas (Walloon) & Père Noël (Father Christmas)
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina: Djeda Mraz (Grandfather Frost)
  • Brazil: Papai Noel (Father Christmas) & Bom Velhinho (Good Old Man)
  • Bulgaria: Дядо Коледа (Grandfather Christmas)
  • Chile: Viejito Pascuero (Christmas old man)
  • China: Sheng dan lao ren (Traditional: 聖誕老人, Simplified: 圣诞老人; means Old Christmas Man)
  • Costa Rica: Niño dios (Child God, meaning Jesus) & Colacho (another name for St. Nicholas)
  • Croatia: Djed Božičnjak (Grandfather Christmas)
  • Czech Republic: Svatý Mikuláš (St. Nicholas) and Ježíšek (the Christ child)
  • Denmark: Julemanden (Christmas Man)
  • Ecuador: Papa Noel
  • Egypt: Baba Noël
  • Estonia: Jõuluvana (Yule Elder)
  • Ethiopia: Amharic: Yágena Abãt (Christmas Father)
  • Finland: Santa Claus (well he does live in Lapland in Finland!) or Joulupukki
  • France: Père Noël (Father Christmas)
  • Georgia: თოვლის ბაბუა, თოვლის პაპა / Tovlis Babua, Tovlis Papa (Snow Grandfather)
  • Germany: Weihnachtsmann (Christmas Man) & Christkind (a little angel like person)
  • Greece: Aghios Vassilis / Άγιος Βασίλης (Saint Basil)
  • Haiti: Tonton Nwèl
  • Holland/Netherlands: Sinterklaas (St. Nicholas) & Kerstman (Christmas Man)
  • Hungary: Mikulás (Nicholas) & Télapó (Old Man Winter)
  • Iceland: Jólasveinn (Yule Man) & Jólasveinarnir (The Yule Lads)
  • India: Hindi: Christmas Baba, Urdu: Baba Christmas (Father Christmas), Telugu: Thatha (Christmas old man), Tamil: Christmas Thaathaa, Marathi: Natal Bua (Christmas Elder Man)
  • Indonesia: Sinterklas
  • Iraq: Baba Noel / Vader Kersfees
  • Ireland: San Nioclás’ (Saint Nicholas) & Daidí na Nollag (Father Christmas)
  • Italy: Babbo Natale (Santa Claus) or La Befana (an old woman)
  • Japan: サンタさん、サンタクロース santa-san (Mr Santa) & Hoteiosho (A Japanese god of good fortune – not really related to Christmas)
  • Latvia: Ziemassvētku vecītis (Christmas old man)
  • Lithuania: Senis Šaltis (Old Man Frost) & Kalėdų Senelis (Christmas Grandfather)
  • Lebanon: Baba Noël
  • Macedonia: Дедо Мраз / Dedo Mraz
  • Malta: San Niklaw (St. Nicholas)
  • Mexico: El Niñito Dios (baby Jesus), Los Reyes Magos (The Three Wise Men) & Santo Clós (Santa Claus)
  • Norway: Julenissen (Santa Claus) or ‘Nisse’ (Small Gnomes)
  • Pakistan: Christmas Baba
  • Peru: Papá Noel
  • Philippines: Santa Klaus
  • Poland: Swiety Mikolaj (St. Nicholas)
  • Portugal: Pai Natal (Father Christmas)
  • Romania: Moş Crăciun (Old Man Christmas), Moş Nicolae (Old Man Nicholas), Moş Gerilă (Old Man Frost)
  • Russia: Дед Мороз / Ded Morez (Grandfather Frost) or Babouschka (an old woman – although this more ‘western’ than actually Russian!)
  • Serbia: Дедa Мрaз / Deda Mraz (Grandfather Frost), Божић Бата / Božić Bata (Christmas Brother)
  • Slovenia: Sveti Miklavž or Sveti Nikolaj (Saint Nicholas) / Božiček or Dedek Mraz (Grandfather Winter); Božiček on December 24 and Dedek Mraz on December 31!
  • South Africa: Sinterklaas / Kersvader
  • South Korea: 산타 클로스 (santa kullosu), 산타 할아버지 (Santa Grandfather)
  • Spain: Los tres Reyes Mages (The Three Magic King / Magi) & Papá Noel (Father Christmas); in Catalonia he’s known as Tió de Nadal
  • Sri Lanka: Naththal Seeya
  • Sweden: Jultomten (Santa) & Nissar / Tomte (Christmas Gnomes/Elves)
  • Switzerland: Samichlaus (St. Nicholas)
  • Syria: Baba Noël
  • Turkey: Noel Babal (Father Christmas)
  • Ukraine: Svyatyy Mykolay (St. Nicholas) & Дід Мороз / Did Moroz
  • United Kingdom: Father Christmas (inter-changeable with Santa Claus), Wales: Siôn Corn (Chimney John)
  • USA: Santa Claus, Hawaii: Kanakaloka
  • Uzbekistan: Qor bobo (Grandfather Snow – more related to New Year’s Eve than Christmas)
  • Venezuela: San Nicolás (St. Nicholas) & Niño Jesús (Baby Jesus)
  • Vietnam: Ông già Noel (Christmas old man)


Some nice music for Christmas fun and mood:

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