Make use of some of the resources on the tabs below (carols, reflections, scripture, literature, etc.)
If possible, spend time with family, prioritizing them over work, hobbies, social media, etc.
Handwrite a few thank-you notes for the Christmas gifts you've received so far, and send them.
Take some time to meditate on Rublev's "Holy Trinity" icon, which is included in the "Reflection" tab, below.
Pore over a few of the phrases in the Chesterton poem, included in the "Literature" tab, below. What does it mean that "Men are homesick in their homes"? What in the world is Chesterton talking about?
Give one of the gifts you did not give on Christmas Day
Print photos and make someone a scrapbook featuring family members or other people you both knew or know.
Buy or create a visual or verbal devotional aid for someone else--a devotional poem, icon, illustrated Scripture verse, etc.
NO CASH OPTION: Write a note of appreciation (or song) to a family member, commenting on how their specific personality (completely unique) has fit them for the particular role they have played in your life (as son, father, mother, husband, wife, etc.).