Question. Serious matter. How the hell do people cope with the transition from november/december (aka festive AF, listening to Christmas radio 24/7 mood) to coming back to normal everyday life/routine that doesn’t involve singing your heart out to your favourite Christmas tunes?! I’ve struggled with this “condition” all my life. Am I the only one? Probably not. I hope not.
Anyways, as we are now sorrowfully bidding adieu to the Christmas/winter break that most people had and everyone is seamlessly returning to work/school/university/whatever they have to do with their lives, here’s how I feel:
Family and friends telling you IT IS NECESSARY that you take down the Christmas decorations already:
Going outside your house without wearing your reindeer antlers because they are no longer appropriate like:
Christmas songs gone all of a sudden like they never existed:
Shop windows suddenly de-Christmas-ated:
People telling you to calm down and grow up:
Pretending to be totally OK with the rest of the winter season: *yeah…right…*
Seeing almost everyone has put on considerable amount of weight during the holiday season:
Thinking about can’t they make an all year round Christmas advent calendars so you can count the days till next Christmas in style:
And lastly here’s a tip for overcoming any signs of post-Christmas depression: find yourself a Watson who will not be ashamed of you wearing nothing but a bed sheet and some reindeer antlers throughout the whole year – that’s a keeper:
How are you doing after the holiday season? Are you having a hard time adjusting to a world that is not that *fairy lights* twinkly anymore? Let me know in the comments below and remember to keep the Christmas spirit in your hearts!
– Snowanna of 221B