From the end of November to the beginning of the new year, festivities are abundant. Known as the holiday season, decorations are up, gifts are being bought, and cards and season's greetings are exchanged. Some of the holidays celebrated during this time include the Winter Solstice, Kwanzaa, Christmas, Hanukkah, and, to conclude, New Year's Eve and New Year's Day. However, it's likely you know someone who celebrates a holiday you've never heard of!

The holidays are about celebrating old traditions and creating new ones. We all celebrate differently based on religion, traditions, personal beliefs, and family values. Your friends, coworkers, and even other family members could celebrate a holiday differently than you. This is a season to embrace all cultures, religions, and manifestations of holiday celebrations. 

Here are six tips for creating an inclusive and memorable holiday season for all.