Are you sick of the all Christmas stories that have been flooding the media, including the blogosphere, for at least a month now?
Do you feel guilty every time you see, or even read, a blog post or magazine article about a Christmas activity to do with your children, Christmas decorations to make at home, or Christmas goodies to bake with your kidlets?
Do you like your Christmas confined to just one day of the year? Maybe two, at a stretch?
Well, you have come to the right place!
There will be no Christmas printables here!
I do not have an Elf-on-the-shelf and I will not be posting about all about his cute activities!
As you know, I took care of most of my Christmas shopping back in July, so I will not flood you with gift guides (although I reserve the right to offer a giveaway or two), or tell you about my Christmas wish-list (mostly because a secluded island with a population of friendly staff to cater to my every need, is waaay out of reach for most of my readers, unless, of course Richard Branson happens to be reading this – are you still with me, Richard? Richard….??).
So, while all my neighbours have put up their Christmas lights, my bloggy friends are writing about Christmas, around here it’s business as usual. Bah-humbug!
What about you? Do you love or hate the pre-Christmas mania that seems to drag on for months?
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