Blogmas Twenty-Five Days of Christmas: The ULTIMATE Christmas Pajama Ideas List

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From now until Christmas day, I will be posting a list of twenty-five tips and ideas that will help you get through the holiday season. On Christmas day I will have offered you over six hundred ideas that you can enjoy alone or with family and friends. 

I still don’t know why my family and I have not done a matching pajama themed Christmas yet. I love seeing pictures of them posted on social media around the holiday season, that’s what inspired me to make a list like this. There are so many different options and ideas out there, so I wanted to compile a list with a variety of options for you to choose from in one place.

This idea is so appropriate for Christmas because if you’re not going back and forth to visit anyone, you’re probably going to spend the entire day in your pj’s anyway. I’m really feeling the “butt flap” pj idea because I’ve only ever seen that style in cartoons when I was a kid lol I think it’s hilarious and creative and I like the hooded pajama option. Also, you can never go wrong with a onesie, especially on Christmas I think it’s my favorite option on the list…warm, cozy, comfy!!!!!

Just in case you want to print it, here is the PRINTABLE in PDF format

Have you done matching pjs with your family in the past? Do you guys get a new set each year or do you wear the same ones? Let me know which option you choose. Let’s Chat!

Before I go, I wanted to share that on January 3rd, I will be launching my weekly Newsletter, in addition to my Self-care Accountability Worksheets. The worksheets will act as a supplement to my daily self-care challenges. The purpose is to help you stay on track with your daily self-care routines. If you’re interested in receiving these items weekly,email me at tam33ks@yahoo.com. The worksheets are FREE but will only be available to my Newsletter subscribers. I will NOT spam you, I will only email you once per week.

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I have a long history with mental illness. Overcoming depression made me realize my own resilience. It also made it clear that I wasn’t taking care of myself. I believe that in order for us to fully engage with ourselves and others we have to make time for self-love through our self-care habits. My goal with this blog is to encourage women in my age group to make time for self-care daily.

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