It’s August and I am already worried about Christmas, what do I do?
- Anonymous11 months agoFavorite Answer
Don't worry about Christmas. It'll come round as always. You'll spend money you don't have buying gifts for people you don't care about and those people won't appreciate your gifts and will throw them in the garbage on 26 December.
Don't worry about Christmas. Worry about that niggling pain you have in your abdomen - it's probably cancer. Worry about your kids recent mood swings - she's depressed and might end her life. Worry about your husband working late so much at the office - he's unhappy, he's having an affair, he doesn't give a flying fúck about Christmas - he wants someone to talk to about something that matters. That could be you if you weren't so pre-occupied with a phoney festival celebrating the phoney birth of a supposed carpenter who never actually made a decent chair.Source(s): If Jesus was such a celebrated carpenter, how come not a single piece of his exists today? Not a chair, table, spice rack, nothing. It's all a myth.
- deniseLv 711 months ago
Nowadays I start to think about it 3 weeks before, or sometimes less.
I book an online shop for my xmas groceries, And I dont buy many presents anymore, just our close family, Dont write as many cards as I used to and only put up a 3rd of the decorations that I used to.
Running round buying gifts and sourcing the xmas food is a thing of the past for me these days. At most, its 2 days, then all the shops are open again, some of them are open for sales on Boxing day!,
My suggestion is ;- Chillax, and take it as it comes, But not Yet!!
- Pearl LLv 711 months ago
just try to think about something else
- 11 months ago
If Christmas has such a great importance to you, start the preparations right now.
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- Aster RhoidsLv 711 months ago
- .Lv 711 months ago
Do you Christmas shopping four months early. And start decorating your Christmas tree.