Do you remember a time when Christmas was fun? All you had to do was race downstairs and open your presents, and wait for delicious meals to appear on the table?
Christmas when you’re an adult can be a stressful time, not least because of the average of 302 miles driven over the festive period. A survey found that the biggest drain on time, and one of the leading causes of stress, is the amount of time spent dealing with general household administration and other day to day chores. At Christmas time this burden increases dramatically, with present-buying, festive food shopping and card delivering all needing to be done on top of normal day to day tasks. If you have children, you’ll also have to find time for school concert attendance, possibly nativity costume sourcing as well, plus you don’t want to miss out on all the festive activities on offer at this time of year.