Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 25, 2012
WhoHasTheRemote.com explores the various traditions that bring families together during the holidays. In this day and age, many households are celebrating Christmas in unconventional ways. Whether it boils down to politics or lifestyle choices, some families are employing radically different takes on the Christmas tradition.
Some families have been strained by gaps in philosophy, where traditional parents clash with radicalized children. Whether these children are teenagers or young adults, traditional moms and dads must sometimes make adjustments during the holiday season. After all, togetherness is the ultimate aim of Christmastime, regardless of whether or not each family member believes in all the rituals associated with December 25th.
Increasing numbers of younger adults have come to view Christmas as little more than a celebration of consumerism. But regardless of an offspring's political bent, few people forsake the warmth and fun of family home activities like games and movie watching. From games like Twister and Monopoly to movies recorded on dish autohop, there are many activities that bring common ground to even the most politically divergent family members.
Other disparities in modern day homes have fallen along dietary lines. When relatives turn vegetarian, it can sometimes be difficult for others to accommodate at family feasts and potlucks. The thing to remember here are the vast array of meatless entrees that are consumed by vegetarians and omnivores alike. With that in mind, any feast with salads, breads and meatless pasta dishes should offer plentiful options for vegetarian family members.
WhoHasTheRemote.com wants families to set aside their differences and come together this holiday season. Whether the differences are down to politics or personal lifestyle choices, there are numerous family-oriented activities on which everyone can agree.
WhoHasTheRemote.com discusses various twists on dishes and games that have long been household favorites. With the right adjustments, the oldest of pastimes can seem fresh and new to even the most radical family members.