I’ve been having a tough time getting into the Christmas spirit this year. True, it’s only the first week of December, but I think a large part of it is the lack of seasons here in San Francisco. It just doesn’t feel like Christmas. I haven’t even seen snow yet this year! In an attempt to try to force myself to be cheery, here’s a little round-up of cool Christmas/Holiday things I find around the web. I’ll probably keep updating this post as I find more but I wanted to share these two right away since they’re more time sensitive. Enjoy!
1. Send a Snail-Mail Holiday Card from Google (for free!)
Google has a cool little offer this year: They’ll send a post card to someone via snail mail on your behalf. No stamps required! The cards all have little GMail icons on them, some more obvious than others, but they’re all pretty cute! There are only a limited number of cards available and each person only gets to send one, so hurry up and choose wisely! Check it out here.
2. Amazon’s Christmas Music Advent
Amazon is one free holiday song every day from now until Christmas. I bookmarked the page so I have something new to listen to every day. While I’m sure I won’t like all of them, it’s good to mix up my usual Christmas playlist!
If you’ve found something awesomely Christmasy in your online travels, let me know down there in the comments! Like I said, the list is still a work-in-progress – follow me on twitter and I’ll let you know when I add something new!!