Christmas News

Design Christmas Cards for a Living – Start a new Career as a Graphic Designer!

Is the joy for your current career waning fast? Is your interest in graphic design steadily growing? Then you may want to consider taking a leap of faith and switching to a career in graphic design. Statistics reveal that the graphic design industry grew in the United States between 2014 and 2019. Moreover, over 16,000 businesses in the country in 2019 belonged to the graphic and design industry. With so much potential in the industry, getting into graphic design is promising. But do you know how to get into graphic design? Continue reading below for a beginner’s guide to starting a career in graphic…

Christmas Dinner

So, Pumpkin Spice Spam is Real.

I usually don't write an entire blog post about a flavour. Well, I've written about Candy Canes, but I feel like that's a culturally important part of Christmas. And that one time we talked about Oreo Candy Canes, which I have never actually tried. But now I'm bringing you the news about something I know for a fact I will never try. I will go out of my way to avoid, even. I've seen my fair share of parody Pumpkin Spice products over the ages, and some of them are quite funny, I think my favourite being the Toothpaste. Pumpkin…

Christmas in July

Christmas in July News & Giveaways Video Update

This year, I'm trying to be a bit more proactive in reaching out to my fans and followers. I'm going to start to give a few video updates on what's going on with AllThingsChristmas - and when we have fun or new announcements, share it in a video. I want everyone to know that there's a face behind the site - a Christmas-Obsessed Fan who wants the share the Christmas Spirit All Year! So, for July I have some pretty awesome news. I'm sure by now you know about the All Things Christmas YouTube Channel (and I hope you're subscribed!)…

Christmas News

Combat Holiday Blues by getting your Masters in Mental Health Counseling Online

Sometimes we so much emphasis on the holiday season that the rest of the year can seem a bit boring, or even include oppressive thoughts. Although there are lots of studies about mental health issues during November/December, often people don't take into account the effects of the Christmas Obsessed and how difficult the period right after the Holidays can be (ie: January - June). This could be considered a form of Seasonal Affective Disorder, but I'm not an expert. The National Alliance on Mental Illness reports that million adults in the United States—approximately percent of the population—experiences mental illness in…