One topic that always comes up during December is: who will you spend the holidays with? This question is asked among friends, family, and co-workers. In the end, each decision is unique and personal; however, we can’t help but wonder about the best way to enjoy this season, especially when couples often argue over which family to spend it with.
An important consideration is that it is easier to organize a Christmas dinner in a small family nucleus, with just a couple of casseroles and a few glasses of wine. Of course, the more family (they say), the better. Of course, the more people, it is usually more challenging to reach an agreement. But if you are one of those who love the hustle and bustle, go ahead!
We have been continuously asking ourselves if spending Christmas with many people is really necessary; because one thing is for sure: not everyone shares the same story or the same family. Some enjoy spending it with just one person, and others enjoy having a full house. They could have a special banquet where everyone brings a dish and have fun with board games or exciting conversations
Some couples have family far away and cannot travel either because of work or other commitments. For them, an excellent option is to stay at home and enjoy a romantic Christmas by candlelight and plan a movie night.
We believe it is very important to avoid the prejudices that might arise from watching so many movies. Holidays are not only celebrated one way because people don’t behave in the same way. Christmas is a time for giving, yes, but it is not just about selecting the same group of people. We believe that variety is entertaining and interesting, and every year can be different.
We encourage you to try something different during this holiday season. Get together with friends you haven’t seen in a long time or spend time with family and the people you choose to love forever.