Millennial Christmas List 2017

Christmas is only two weeks away, so I decided to churn out my annual millennial Christmas list. Over the last 365 days I’ve grown a bit, I’ve matured, and since this is my last Christmas in my twenties my list will be more adult this year. Also, I want to avoid hating my Christmas gifts like last year lol. Let’s get started:

  1. Bitcoin – I’m not asking for a whole coin lol, but a portion of a coin would be nice lol
  2. Ethereum
  3. Litecoin, or other altcoins like neo or ripple – Okay, okay I’m done with cryptocurrency
  4. A donation to my savings account or student loans
  5. Gift cards!!!
  6. Cash works too
  7. The best gift anyone could give me is absolutely nothing! I don’t really need anything. If you plan on giving me a gift, use your money to buy a gift for Toys for Tots, donate to Hosea Feed the Hungry and Homeless, or sponsor a family.

My list is slightly shorter this year, due to the simple fact that I’m getting older and becoming more financially stable. I hope in a few years from now I won’t be writing out a Christmas list for the things I want or need, but I hope to make out a long list of presents I’ll be giving. As it is more blessed to give than to receive!

Merry Christmas!!!

6 thoughts on “Millennial Christmas List 2017

  1. One of my most favorite quotes I see floating around Instagram is “As we get older, we understand that the best gifts we receive can’t be bought with money”…..and I think that is so true. We start to value things like genuine real friendships, health and happiness for those we know and love, and peace and solitude in our lives. Someone’s presence means much more than a present! Happy Holiday’s to you, beautiful soul sis!

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    1. Thank you so much!!! I agree with you 100% on just wanting peace, happiness, and health, for everyone around you. I wish I could box that up and give it to people lol. Happy Holidays to you and your family! ♥

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  2. “just wanting peace, happiness, and health, for everyone around you. I wish I could box that up and give it to people”

    This! Getting older inevitably affects your health, which in turn can affect peace and happiness depending on whether you can afford proper care. Watching friends and family get older, that’s all I really want for them.

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    1. Yes!!! That’s probably one of the hardest things in life, to watch your family members age. But to watch them age and be miserable is the worst. I wish they could want that peace, happiness, and health for themselves too.

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