Ah Christmas, the blessed time of generous Santa and presents forever for kids. For anyone else; the merry festive season can be anything from a bubble of joy to a mandatory nightmarish hell before the end of the year. The main reason for the opposed opinions about it is that most Christmas celebrations are culturally and socially imposed and don’t respect people’s choices, interests and personalities. If you’re a fun and outgoing person, it’s likely that you’d like to make the most of the Christmas season to enjoy yourself, and that probably doesn’t mean spending ages playing scrabbles with your great-aunt Martha. You want to live life to the fullest, and there’s no reason why the festive holidays need to be the worst part of the year. Because everyone is different, it’s time to accept that every Christmas needs to reflect these divergences.
A party-goer who wants to have fun
Of course, Christmas is a family holiday. But if you’re not a family party type, why not take your Christmas party abroad – you can start looking for a hotel with a nightclub in Bangkok options – and visit your family afterward? This kind of holiday is perfect for young and active adults who want to relax and forget about the daily stress of warm and sunny Thailand. Is there any better way to celebrate Christmas than by getting a sun tan on the other side of the world?
A romantic couple craving each other’s presence
If you want to create a romantic routine, why not plan a Christmas getaway for you and your darling? You can still find some cozy little mountain huts in the mountains – from Canada to the snowy Swiss Alps – if you’re lucky, and it’s the perfect place to cuddle up to each other by an open fireplace. Get the perfect gift for your meaningful one, whether they’re an enthusiastic fashion-addict, active sports fan, stylish icon or simply tech-lover. Open the windows, on Christmas day, to a romantic white mountain, that’s what it is about.
The one who loves family values
What if you prefer to celebrate Christmas with your family? There’s no shame in a traditional celebration at home, especially if you want to surprise everyone with your delicious Christmas dinner. The more, the merrier, as the saying goes. Just make sure that you also bring a unique gift for your parents, as it can be difficult to find a gift for someone who has everything. Appeal to their interests and avoid easy presents if you want to make it work – yes a batch of homemade cookies is great but is it really a thoughtful gift?
For those who want magic in their lives
What if you want to finish the year with a bang and to celebrate a Christmas you will never forget? If you need some magic in your life, there may still be some tickets for a Christmas at Disney World or Hogwarts in London, whether you prefer Mickey Mouse or Harry Potter. You’re never too old to suspend your belief and let the fairy tales take over!
So what’s your Christmas? From party-goers to dreamers, there’s something for you. Don’t miss on a fantastic festive season!