Funny Holiday Card Captions, Greetings and Wishes

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Most of us love Sunday and hate Monday, not because at the base of weekdays, but on the fact of Sunday is a Holiday and Monday is a working day. Yes, you may love Monday too, if you got a federal or national Holiday on this day. Besides loving summer, winter and new year holidays I also love to write Holiday cards to all my loved ones, but now a days I don’t send them printed cards but I design my on cards and send it to my family, friends with loving Holiday captions through Facebook and Instagram, this way I save a lot of money and getaway to explore my creative artistic skills. Believe me designing your own cards is really a fun, there are a lot of free tools are available on the internet and cool range of amazing filters are also available on the Instagram to design a variety of cards.
Funny Holiday card captions

Funny Happy Holiday Card Captions!

  1. May you all have wonderful and blessed holidays with the people you love! Forget about what troubles you, even if only for today. Forget about what you wish you had, and spend today being thankful for your blessings.
  2. Without you my holidays are like a sun flower without sun.
  3. You cannot walk around mad at everybody and destroy your holiday passion just because of how someone hurt you, pray about it, forgive them, and move on, everything is not meant to last forever especially if it’s not real.
  4. There are two types of people in the world: people that share boring holiday stories on the Facebook and people I don't hate.
  5. Things that are said in secret come out at the dankest times! Watch your words once they leave your mouth it's no taking them back.
  6. To all my ex girlfriends; I wish you a horrible happy holiday season.
  7. Change your thoughts change your world. The hardest prison to escape is in your mind.
  8. If people don't trust you, they won't buy from you. It doesn't matter what product or service you are selling. Build rapport. Relationships are the key to success in business.
  9. Monday will hate on you, if you don't keep her in check.
  10. You don't need to eat cleanly or eat miniscule to lose weight in summer holidays. You simply need to understand hunger and then conquer it with cognitive thought.
  11. Facebook is for people that want to read every possible fallacy on wage theory but don't have the time to look them all up. Any way’s happy holidays.
  12. Sometimes you just stop and wonder do people really want to hurt you on purpose and what makes them so evil.
  13. The same way you embrace joyful and happy moments...embrace the suffering and difficult moments too.
  14. You need to make some changes that you've needed to for awhile now in this holiday season. You deserve happiness. Your life is just beginning and you are taking advantage of every bit of it. You are going to be happy. No matter what or who tries to bring you down. You’ll get right back up.
  15. Monday is just another opportunity to be great while others complain about their changeable circumstances.
  16. Taco Bell breakfast give a pretty much guarantees that you're going to have a rough holiday.
  17. Through everything, believe in yourself. Don't let anyone drag or bring you down. Have faith that you're capable of anything you set your mind to. God will never give us anything in this world that we can't handle. Smile more, forget all negatives and replace it with the positives, keep that chin held high and do you because you only live once. So, make the best out of it in these holidays.

Holidays Challenge

Everybody knows the holidays introduce a certain mental and physical strain on the body. Between the rushing around and extra cocktails and appetizers and indulgence on big heavy meals it’s a common theme to pull the old “I’ll start that in January” but why wait to launch your healthy habits?
There is no wrong time to make a lifestyle change. In fact making the change before the holidays has several benefits:

1) Cleansing your body of the toxins that stimulate cravings. Let’s face it, the holidays are a hard time to make smart eating choices. Why make it worse?

2) Developing the habit of reasonable choices. Remember, this is a lifestyle change and that means finding a balance. There is no doubt this holiday will bring along some extra cocktails and tasty desert. But recovery from those events is much easier when you are in a state of optimal health, rather than in the full throws of the holiday binge.

3) Leading, not following. Think of how much better you will look and feel in January when everyone else is trying to overcome the damage from the last month of the year. Not only did you avoid it, you got ahead. For you January is about accelerating down the path you are already seeing results from, not getting out the compass and changing direction.

Tomorrow is a new day full of potential, make it count!


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