“We wish you a merry Christmas; we wish you a merry Christmas and a happy new year…” When we walk on the street, this song will linger in our ears again. That’s it, Christmas is around the corner!
For most people, especially westerns, Christmas is one of the most meaningful festivals, and it has the same degree with Spring Festival for Chinese people. Generally, Christmas is celebrated on December 25, and it is an annual religious and cultural holiday commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ. But now, Christmas becomes an international holiday and celebrated by a large amount of non-Christians all around the world.
Usually, people will decorate their houses by colored flags, paper and lights. As well, the Christmas tree is also the most essential role for this holiday. Besides, children could get delicate gifts from Santa Claus. However, do you begin to prepare your Christmas? And what will you do next?
1. Make a plan
At the first place, you need to make a plan about this holiday, such as how to celebrate this holiday, by the traditional way, have a travel or others? Would you like to share this holiday with your family or friends? …
2. Make a shopping list
If you want to celebrate Christmas by the traditional way, you need to make a shopping list first, like gifts, Christmas ornaments, new clothes, gloves, etc. Because good memory is inferior to sodden ability to write, so you’d better write all things done.
3. Practical action
After you make a good preparation, you should carry out the tasks according to your shopping list. And get start early so that you can finish early. In addition, you will achieve enough time to make up, if you miss something accidentally.
In most cases, with the raising of technology, most people prefer to choose some to do list software programs to help them rather than traditional paper books. In my opinion, the best advantage of to do list software is that it has equipped with a reminder system which could remind users when to do next action so that they can live with lower stress. Anyway, no matter which style you choose, merry Christmas!
Research Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christmas