SOME THINGS TO REMEMBER THIS CHRISTMAS

  • There’s no such thing as too much goose fat.
  • You don’t need to earn your food.
  • You’re not being overdramatic to threaten to divorce your family after a game of monopoly.
  • Pudding isn’t NAUGHTY.
  • Moisturise.
  • It’s okay if you’re not feeing that festive.
  • There will be another Christmas.
  • Drink lots of water.
  • Don’t stop stirring the gravy.
  • There will still be great films available in January.
  • You can still eat chocolate in January.
  • You can still drink gin in January.
  • People won’t forget about you if you don’t upload to social media for a few days.
  • WALK.
  • You’re allowed to exercise if you want to; it won’t make you weird or boring.
  • Check in with your friends.
  • Even the ones that seem to be having a great time.
  • Fresh air helps pretty much everything.
  • Count to ten every time you find someone getting on your tits.
  • You don’y have to be merry every second of every day.
  • Fruit is your friend.
  • There’s no such thing as too many chocolates.
  • You’re allowed to be a bit selfish.
  • But it’s best to try to demonstrate kindness whenever you can.
  • Listen to “I Believe In Father Christmas” at least once an hour.
  • There’s probably nothing to worry about.
  • If you’re feeling lonely, there will be people online for you to talk to.
  • Yes, it’s defo worth doing another couple of potatoes.
  • You are enough.
  • It’s fine, red wine teeth are quite cute.
  • Your family don’t care if you decide not to wear any makeup.
  • Your family don’t care how long you wear your pyjamas for (even if your mum moans about it the whole time…)
  • Chocolate orange counts as one of your five a day.
  • You’re probably right; brushing your hair is an awful lot of exercise.
  • Chocolate is a perfectly reasonable breakfast.
  • Out of Office is your friend.
  • The world isn’t having more fun than you (even if Instagram says they are).
  • To turn your alarm off.
  • You’ll be more grateful for your memories than any present you receive.
  • Be happy.
  • Blow out your candles before bedtime.
  • Turn off your Christmas tree lights before bedtime.
  • This is the most wonderful time of the year.
  • Taking ten minutes for yourself every now and then is okay.
  • Meditating is very helpful.
  • January’s not that bad.
  • Doing your jeans up is massively overrated anyway.

Most importantly, please remember to have the Merriest of Christmases!

Thanks for a great year and lots of love,

Em x

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