Get set for a cracking Christmas
IT IS a cliche everyone knows well – Christmas is the time for giving.
There are many of us out there who haven’t even thought about Christmas because there are so many other things to think about before the big holiday.
But Gayndah knows how to get out there and party at Christmas time, and local businesses are always supportive of the festive season.
We all give gifts at Christmas for our own reasons.
For some, it is a way to celebrate the Christian holy day.
For others, it is a special time to let family and friends know that you care by giving gifts.
Whatever the reason, now is the time to start thinking about how you are going to spoil your loved ones this Christmas.
And to make it a little bit easier, the Central and North Burnett Times has compiled a few tips so you’ll be the best prepared on Christmas Day.
As for gifting, personalise the gift wherever you think is necessary.
If Mum is obsessed with chickens and drinking tea, buy her a chicken-themed tea pot.
It’s pretty straightforward and simple.
And if you’re hosting Christmas dinner, get creative.
Save clippings from various cooking magazines and dust off those old recipe books.
And if it’s been a while, ex- periment before the big day to make sure your hard work will pay off.
Above all, remember Christmas is a time to indulge, spoil your friends and family and to enjoy the company of those around you.
So don’t forget to sit back and relax, even if it is just for a few hours.
CHRISTMAS IS COMING: Christmas in Gayndah is fun.