A VERY MUSTARD XMAS #9 | things that should be christmas traditions

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welcome to A VERY MUSTARD CHRISTMAS – an advent calendar in the shape of early morning videos, with one new episode every single morning up until christmas !

that’s right, we’ve taken on the almost epic challenge of creating one video for each of the first 24 days of december. we must be crazy. our mission – to serve you up a cup of the most christmasy sweet and cozy videos we could think of, with everything from christmas movies, holiday book tips, yummy vegan christmas food and sweet treats, and tips on how to survive consumerist mayhem as a minimalist.

this episode is all about the things that i think SHOULD be christmas traditions – although they so far aren’t ( to the best of my knowledge ).
tell me what you think – anything you think should be on every person’s to-do list around the holidays ?

my advent calendar’s got it all. 24 little christmas spirit bringing videos to make you feel good and start the day with all them jinglebell-feelings. we hope that you’ll love watching them as much as we’ve loved making them.

if you did like this video and the idea of a video advent calendar, it would mean the world to me if you’d give me a thumbs up and subscribe to my channel. and maybe write me a little xmas-feeling filled comment !

love // jenny

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how yummy do my vegan swedish saffron buns look !?
they’re one of mine and david’s favourite xmas sweet treats that we shared recipes for in a previous episode ^.^
find the recipes here !
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1 Comment so far

  1. Love these ideas! And I’m certainly not growing tired of the videos, I think you should do this all year round :D

    As for me, I celebrate the Solstice instead of Christmas, and it’s much more small scale and personal. One tradition is that I’ll go to a nearby hill on Solstice morning (after my ritual the previous evening) and greet the rising sun, the returning light. Since I really don’t like the darkness of winter, this is a very joyful occasion for me!
    P.S. Did my comment on yesterday’s video get eaten? I still can’t see it.

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