Hands up who buys way too much food for Christmas? Yeah, we see you! And don’t worry, we’re not here to tell you not to do it (because let’s face it, you’ll do it anyway!) but more to help you cope with the load when you have it!
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Tis’ the season to be jolly, have fun and well, be stressed! With the pressure to buy the right presents, have the turkey cooked to perfection and get your home looking spik and span, it can be hard not to feel the strain. Plus, there’s the stuff you don’t account for, like when your oven breaks down on Christmas Eve. Yikes!
Instead of shop ’till you drop, we say slow down and buy second hand!
Christmas is but a few short days away and there is a definite dash of excitement in the air, mixed with a huge heap of panic about getting everything ready in time.
The Christmas holiday may be one of the most exciting and wonderful times of the year, but like any major event, it brings with it a whole host of potential problems. From broken appliances to burnt turkeys, you need to be prepared for any eventuality.
Every year, do you feel like December flies by in the blink of an eye? This is what is known as the ‘holiday paradox’ and leaves people feeling like there is never enough time to get everything done. This Christmas, why not try these top tips to help counteract the paradox and allow you to enjoy this December to the fullest.
Everyone knows that one of the staple items of the Christmas period is the advent calendar. However, this year, instead of gaining something for yourself, why not offer something to someone else? Below are some examples of good deeds you can carry out to create your very own Reverse Advent Calendar.
Christmas is for the kids you say, as you look back wistfully on those innocent years when it was all truly magical. Conveniently, you forget all about the rubbish things that used to happen to you. We say its high time for a little reminder…
We all know that how you tackle life as a child is vastly different from how you do so as an adult. Christmas is no exception to this rule!
We’re willing to bet that when you were young, you had that one toy you valued above all others. Chances are it had to be pried out of your protesting hands even to clean it. You made your parents fix it time and time again until it gradually got worn beyond all recognition.