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Christmas Eve-Eve 

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Happy Christmas Eve-Eve everybody! At this point I thought I’d look back over blogmas and how it’s been going, and some of my favourite posts (tomorrow’s post will be all about Christmas traditions!).

At the start of blogmas it was quite easy to make up some posts there and then and schedule them. But when I started doing posts on events in my life that hadn’t happened yet, finding the time to fit them in was difficult.

I am so proud of myself for getting through it though especially with Christmas shopping, seeing friends and family and university work happening all at the same time too.

Some posts I found really interesting was my favourite posts that mentioned Christmas films, songs and clothes!

On Twitter I ran polls and let my followers vote for their favourites.

For favourite Christmas film the results were:

Elf – 43%

Home Alone – 27%

Love Actually – 20%

Nativity – 10%

What’s your favourite Christmas film?

Next was Christmas songs and the results were (drum roll please)

Mariah Carey – All I Want For Christmas Is You – 40%

Wham – Last Christmas – 27%

Shakin Stevens – Merry Christmas Everyone – 23%

The Darkness – Christmas Time – 10%

Do you agree with these polls? Of course many other songs and films were suggested and voted unofficially for but these were the ones that popped up into my head at the time.

I hope you’ve been enjoying blogmas as much as I have! I can’t believe it’s nearly over.

Come see tomorrow’s last blogmas post! I’m sure it’ll be a festive one!

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