I can’t believe that Christmas is next week.
I can’t believe that Christmas is just in two week’s time!
I honestly can’t believe that its Christmas season already. It seems weird since we are all cooped up at home, but you can definitely feel that there’s a change in the air already.
Can you believe that November is actually ending, and that we’re only one month away from ending 2020?
Ah, it’s that time of the year again. Time to go shopping for presents, attending family reunions, and reconnecting with old friends. The Christmas holidays, and any holiday in particular is something truly special. However, along stuffed bellies and awesome parties come along with the stresses of the season as well, from picking outfits to gift shopping, to preparing and hosting parties. For those on the spectrum, and for Aspies, the holidays can be overwhelming at times, and are very tiring. This can bring about meltdowns, shutdowns, and uncomfortable situations. So, as I sat planning how I would survive the holidays (which technically started in October, for me), I decided to compile my very own list on how to survive the holidays.