We can officially use the c-word from 1st December! Christmas is on its way, which allows you to do things you wouldn’t usually dream of and get away with it. ‘Tis the season to be jolly, so whether you’re at home or work make the twelve days of Christmas double in size and have a fun filled twenty-four days prior to the ‘big’ day!
1. Advent Calenders
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Adults love Advent calenders just as much as children. Make your own or buy ready-made, either way it’s a great way to start enjoying Christmas from 1st.
2. Scented Candles
People don’t mind scented candles when they fill the home with beautiful spicy aromas.
3. Patterned Loo Paper
It’s the only time of year you use patterned loo paper!
4. Christmas Slippers
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Soft and comfy you can shed your inhibitions and pad round your home wearing the most ludicrous slippers and no one will say a word.
5. Christmas Jumpers
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As from the 1st December you can wear a Christmas jumper with pride – this year go for one with flashing lights built-in and have an identical one for your partner just to really wind people up!
6. Festive Ties
Co-workers will tolerate your Christmas ties. If you play it smart you could wear a different one everyday.
7. Christmas Hats
Christmas is the only true time you get to wear a really stupid hat and everyone thinks its great!
8. Indoor Decorating
You’ve waited for a whole year to get your home decked with decorations and now you can without anyone saying you’ve jumped the gun.
9. Outdoor Decorating
Just as important as indoor decorations you’re outdoor illuminations will be the talk of the town.
10. Christmas Films
You can start watching Christmas films without people telling you that you’re sad!
11. Playing Christmas Music
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You can start playing Christmas music without being grumbled or moaned at – after all you can’t listen to it any other time of the year.
12. Eating Mince Pies & Other Christmas Goodies
You can start eating mince pies and other Christmas goodies without feeling guilty.