It’s that time of the year again where we rush around to buy presents, decorate Christmas trees, and steal kisses from under the mistletoe.
Everyone is already feeling the hype as we get into the spirit. However, there are some who are just a little more excited than others. Perhaps you are even one of them… How to tell? Check out our twenty signs that you’re ready for the holiday season!
You burst into excitement when you see Christmas decorations at any store, even though there are still 49 days left before the day
You don’t care what people say about your enthusiasm for the holidays
It all starts with the Pumpkin Spice Latte!
You start showing off your fashionable Christmas sweaters
You decorate your house the day after Thanksgiving
Even a month before the special day, you start thinking about what presents you’re going to get your family and friends
You can’t imagine a world without those delicious peppermint barks
You start playing Christmas songs in October
You actually dream of a white Christmas
You must have a Starbucks Peppermint Mocha!
You count the days before Christmas every year
Pets in Christmas Attire… Check!
You started a Pinterest account dedicated to holiday-themed recipes and craft ideas
You go on a movie marathon and binge-watch on all of your favorite holiday films
Drag your family members around to embrace all the Christmas activities
You religiously watch Love Actually until the 25th of December
The anticipation is worth the wait to spend cherished time with loved ones
Black Friday is one your favorite days of the year
Your Christmas decorations are still up after the New Year
The scent of Christmas candles permeates throughout your home
If you are guilty of any of these signs, then you just might be obsessed with Christmas. It’s not a bad thing. It just shows your enthusiasm and love for such a beautiful and jolly holiday. It’s still early, but Merry Christmas!
Check out these videos below for some tips on how to get ready for the holiday season.
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