Honestly, every Christmas Eve it’s the same. Someone wakes up and realises it’s Christmas Day tomorrow.
I know, it’s such a surprise. It’s on the 25th December, shocking.
So, if you want to not be left out in the cold this Christmas Day, then here’s my last minute guides:
In 2014, I flagged some of the downloadable gift cards that you could get to offset your forgetfullness.
In 2013, it was really all about an old Argos ad that showed what the cold blast of Christmas Day with rubbish gifts might feel like!
In 2012, this guide showed lots of ideas for things that could be done from the comfort of your own home, or the pub if they have wifi.
In 2011, I wanted to show that there was all sorts you could do and still have a proper gift ready to be opened on Christmas Day, even by using your local corner store. It really doesn’t have to be naff when done right (generally by stepping away from any left over Christmas gifts).
And hard to believe, given how mild it is currently for most of the UK, in 2010 many of us had a lot of snow by now making it difficult to get out and about. My guide that year definitely covered things that didn’t need you to go much further than you could slide or sledge!
So, these guides should give plenty of options to help you avoid being out in the cold this Christmas. Just remember, as I say most years, Christmas will still be December 25th next year so best get organised.
Photo by Magic Madzik on Flickr.