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Christmas Dos and Don’ts

Posted by: Patrick Catanzariti on December 13, 2016

christmas dos and don'ts

If you’re like us at Natvia, you L-O-V-E Christmas. This is the moment we are waiting for the whole year. It’s time to get out there and enjoy being yourself, and also reaching out to the people around you. We’ve got a few tips on how you might or might not celebrate the big day!

1. Do Dress for Christmas
Nothing starts up the party like a well thought up outfit that surprises everyone. It allows you to start a conversation with your friends, colleague or family, and you can always brag about how much thought and effort that went into it. Or at the very least wear the Santa hat to let everyone know that you’re here to have a merry time.

2. Do Meet (and Greet) People
Say hi to family members and catch up with your friends or everyone you know even people you pass on the street, or when you’re Christmas shopping! Christmas is a special time that gives you a chance to be more approachable and a reason to give everyone a big warm smile.

3. Do Eat More Cookies
Enjoy the meal and respect the courtesy being offered. Unless you have an allergy (or are cutting out sugar, of course!) there is no good reason to say no to scrumptious cakes, cookies or desserts. Especially if they are sugar free!

1. Don’t Drive Yourself Crazy on Preparation
Matching tablewares and dust free corners are nice to have and shows that you pay attention to the smallest details. However if you are hosting don’t fret on over-preparing the party and make sure the most important part of the party is your warm welcoming vibe for celebration and everyone is in for a good time.

2. Don’t Panic When Things gets weird
Things might go wrong, and they usually do! Panicking is the last thing you want to do when it happens. Get comfortable with the awkward moments when they come and remind yourself it’s not the end of the world whatever might happen! At the very least, this year’s dessert disaster or gift gone wrong is next year’s favourite story.

3. Don’t Get Too Merry
Christmas might be about indulging, but it might be best to keep an eye on how many festive cocktails you’re drinking. You’ll save a hangover in the short term, your health in the long term, and possibly your dignity.

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