The M.A.C. Marinarena Advent Calendar, Entry 15

Entry # 15: A new door opened. What’s behind?


Sweet of the moment. A co-worker tuned me on to these. WARNING! Belgian Boys cookies, based in Brooklyn, New York, can be addictive. Try to stick to no more than 4 a day. Don’t forget to eat an apple to keep the doctor away. The cookie topped with Belgian chocolate (but is made in France). Try the basic cookie bars to start.
Great selling points? It’s with REAL ingredients (yes, actually). REAL SUGAR, REAL BUTTER. It’s also non GMO, suitable for vegs and has no corn syrup.

Try to skip buying from Amazon and other big boxes

Whether you love to celebrate Christmas or not, don’t you just love the concept of the advent calendar as a way to countdown the days ’til Christmas? With each new day, a delicious surprise. Push in a door of a chocolate filled box and revealed is a wonderful morsel. But it does not have to be a choco chunk or one of those delectable liqueur-filled chocolate as the advent calendar treat. Enjoy either of these “morsels” from from Dec 1- Dec 25:

A recommended bucket list destination/trip to book
A Marinarena preferred merchant deal
A Chill Playlist song
A Marinarena poem to like
A quote to appreciate

This post was inspired by a travel office e-mail on Saxony, Germany. Saxony is an eastern state of Germany which borders Poland and the Czech Republic. Major towns within include Leipzig and the capital of Dresden. It is believed that the advent calendar was invented in Saxony in the mid-1800s.

More on the origins of the advent here.

Do this:
See Advent Calendar: Germany celebration each day leading to December 25.

Christmasy Feels in Saxony

Wonderful vid to get you in the mood from

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