What if every day was just as magical as Christmas?

Written by Myke Celis

December 8, 2022

It’s the most wonderful time of the year.
I can’t agree more.

If you’re like me, you probably love Christmas just as much.

For some reasons, I feel like Christmas brings out the goodness in each and every person around us.

There’s something about the holidays that makes us want to be nicer and kinder to others and ourselves as well.

“Pasko naman. (It’s Christmas anyway)” is something we hear commonly nowadays to justify something in our lives.

Whether it’s having a break to prevent burn out, to spending on something that we have always wanted, loving ourselves more or mending broken ties with others, we seem to have gravitated towards using Christmas as a worthy excuse.

But do we really have to in the first place?

Come to think of it: does the Christmas season have something really special in it to make it as the perfect time to do the things we want and be the person we are meant to be, meaning our own #bestmeever ?

Of course as a practicing Catholic, I pay tribute to the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ and I truly celebrate that as, like what they say, is the true essence of Christmas. We can never discount that. And to be clear, my previous statement was never about minimizing the real value of the Christmas season in general.

It’s all about making you guys think: why do you have to wait for Christmas to give yourself what is due?

Acceptance. Self-Care. Love. Peace. Forgiveness. Happiness. New beginnings. Time off. Happily Ever Afters.

Here’s the thing: all those were never based on perfect timing. More so on Christmas per se.

They are based on your choices. Your commitment to yourself and your growth. Your willingness to make things right as you give yourself what you truly deserve to be able to live your best life.

Today, take this to heart: that is what the Christmas season is reminding you:

that you can do it. You can be it. Now.

Don’t wait until it’s December 25 or for the clock to strike 12 midnight to demarcate January 1 to turn a new leaf.

What if you treat every single day instead like Christmas?

How different will your life be?

Imagine your days filled with hope, joy and lots of good times and laughter.

When things go wrong, as they sometimes will, or when you want to embark on a new unfamiliar adventure, why not say: “It’s ok. Pasko naman. (Anyway, it’s Christmas)?

Christmas was never just a period in time.

It’s a state of mind and heart.

A beautiful reminder of choosing to love ourselves more, just like how baby Jesus loves us.

Unconditionally.

This is your sign.

Reach out. Inquire within. Let yourself be.

Share that Christmas in your heart.

And watch yourself, others and everything else surrounding you become merrier.

It’s your season.
Make the most of it.

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