10 Must-See Christmas Movies On Netflix You Need To Watch This Holiday Season

10 Must-See Christmas Movies On Netflix You Need To Watch This Holiday Season

This is for all the college students who don't have cable during the holidays.

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I am in love with Christmas-feel good movies. Hallmark channel is my go to during this time of the year. Here are a few hallmark-esque movies that are on Netflix! I tried to make it into an order, but they're all so good!!

1. "A Christmas Prince" (AND THE SEQUEL)

Both are a cute story following a writer and a Prince, who may or may not turn into a king. With many lies involved, the truth finally comes out in both stories. This movie features a princess with spina bifida, where it portrays this disease as it actually is.

2. "The Princess Switch"

Vanessa Hudgens! Do I need to go into more detail? Well, one woman tries to get over her ex and goes to a foreign country to compete in a baking competition. Another woman is about to be married to a prince. Identical people, who have never met before could be related; they also are polar opposites.

3. "The Holiday Calendar"

The girl in this story gets an advent calendar that doesn't give out candy, it gives out hints. She also thinks the man who is attractive is the one for her, but the right man may have been standing in front of her the whole time.

4. "Christmas Wedding Planner"

She is planning her first wedding, for her cousin! Later on, she became an investigator with her cousin's ex, trying to decide if the man her cousin is supposed to marry is right for her. This may ruin her new business.

5. "Christmas Inheritance"

A spoiled girl leaves her big city to go to a small town to visit her father's partner in their business. While in the small town where it all started, Ellen learns the meaning of Christmas. She also may change her mind about her fiancee.

6. "Merry Kissmas"

Who will she choose? The man she shares one kiss with or her the man she's been with for a while?

7. "A Dogwalker's Christmas Tale"

The woman in this story falls for a man who is trying to save a dog park, which she is supposed to demolish. Will she choose her job, or the man?

8. "Christmas with a View"

A view of a hunk! This movie features a manager of a restaurant, who gets a guest cook---the hunk who just won a baking show! He has alternative motives on being there, but may just stay.

9. "The Spirit of Christmas"

In this movie, a realtor is taking care of a house...that's haunted? By a hot guy?

10. "Christmas in the Smokies"

The woman in here goes home to help her family, while home her family houses her ex, who they are obsessed with, that is a star.

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Descriptive on the Christmas Season

A descriptive essay on the sights, sounds, and emotions of the holiday season.
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"The most wonderful time of the year." Truer words could not have been spoken. The Christmas season is full of joy, nostalgia, and generosity. Giving and donating have become trademarks of the days surrounding the holiday, street-corners full of Santas ringing bells, coat drives at every strip mall, and surprising those in need with an extra special gift, unexpected and greatly appreciated.

Everyone wishes for a White Christmas, waking the morning of and finding their yard covered in sparkling powder and having to wear slippers down to the tree to keep their feet warm. The coldness enhances the day, giving everything a cozier vibe, and allowing you to warm up at the fireplace after a day outside dodging snowballs. Hot drinks are broken out around Noel, from hot chocolate to peppermint coffees, to the last vestiges of pumpkin spice lattes still circulating around the shivering passersby. Scarves and hats and boots can be worn with layered cardigans and coats to protect against the chill while sporting a Rudolph nose with them.

Houses you drive past twinkle with multicolored and flashing lights, bouncing off the snow. Inside, trees glimmer with more lights and various ornaments. Greens and reds are in abundance, gold, and silver flashing here and there, adding opulence and brightness. Classic poinsettias tie in tradition, and candy canes add whimsical touches hanging from firs and dangling from the mouths of children. Shiny bows and foiled paper glisten under the trees, inviting their recipients to sneak one open before the actual day.

Joyful music plays from every car and phone. Their melodies can be heard far from the season, as early as Halloween with those too excited to wait. Bells can be heard in almost every one, adding to the festivity of its sound. They play outside the stores advertising sale goods and seasonal decor, giving your splurging session a happy background theme. These stores tempt with shiny new gifts for your loved ones and distract with their flashy displays.

The festivity and spirit created by the brilliance of the holiday season can lift anyone's mood, delighting with sights and sounds that are both merry and bright. Families come together to share their meals and gifts, neighbors exchange pleasantries and strangers share smiles. The spirit of the season pervades all, and no one can resist its joyous essence.

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I'm Keeping My Christmas Tree Up All Winter And There's Nothing You Can Do About It

It's the WINTER Season... ;-)

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I think that my tree would not be considered Christmas-y if the ornaments are taken off and the lights are kept on. I think to just looks wintry. I am also keeping up decorations that say "let it snow", and I am keeping up any snowman without holly berries or presents in their hands.

The tree looks wintry in my opinion. It looks pretty with the lights and brings the room together. It gives off a warm ambiance, unlike that of fluorescent lighting.

I've taken all ornaments off except for gold snowflakes and I've left the silver tinsel garland on as well as the lights. It looks wintry to me still. I will probably be taking the whole tree down by the end of this month to prepare for Valentine's Day decorating. (Yes, I pretty much decorate my apartment for every holiday—sue me).

There's nothing like coming downstairs and seeing those lights sparkling.

Or coming inside from a dreary, rainy day outside and seeing them light up the room in a calm, warm, and comforting glow.

Or having a bad day, looking up, and seeing them shine.

It sort of makes me upset when I come downstairs and see that someone has unplugged them, to be honest.

I guess they don't see it as I do.

Pretty, twinkling lights forever!

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