What are your best ideas of spending holidays with your family or friends?
I consider the following ideas of spending holidays with my family or friends -
1. Get together on special occasions and celebrate together.
2. Once in a way go for an vacation outside and with them and enjoy. Everyone will enjoy a vacation trip.
Three best ideas can be:
1. Arrange a well planned occasion.
2. Forget work tensions.
3. Just keep 1 thing in mind i.e. lots of unforgettable fun.
My favorite idea is to go along with whatever the host or hostess is already doing.
If they're needing to work in the garden, I want to do it with them.
If they want to go to a hockey game, then that's what I want to do.
If it's just sitting around and talking, then that's great.
I'll help wash the dishes, sweep the floors, whatever needs to be done to spend time with my family or my friends.
The only big thing I don't suggest is spending a lot of money.
It's the time spent together doing something productive or useful, or even mundane, that creates a lifelong relationship and memory.
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