LONDON, ENGLAND - AUGUST 02: An employee hangs a decoration on a tree in the Christmas shop at Selfridges department store on August 2, 2010 in London, England. Selfridges launched its Christmas shop today, 145 days ahead of Christmas Day. The department store expects to see strong sales in the first week of trade last year selling over 1000 baubles in their first week of trade after opening on August 8th. Foreign tourists are thought to be those most likely to take advantage of the early opportunity to take back Christmas gifts. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)
Putting your holiday decorations up early could make you happier, according to Delish.
and I couldn’t agree more.
It’s 2020 and nothing has been normal since the beginning of the year. So, why wait to put up the Christmas decorations?
It’s September and I’m all in.
I know you will be quick to judge but according to experts, it truly makes you happier.
“Although there could be a number of symptomatic reasons why someone would want to obsessively put up decorations early, most commonly for nostalgic reasons either to relive the magic or to compensate for past neglect,” Steve McKeown, Psychoanalyst, founder of MindFixers and owner of The McKeown Clinic, told UNILAD.
“Decorations are simply an anchor or pathway to those old childhood magical emotions of excitement. So putting up those Christmas decorations early extend the excitement!” McKeown said.
Here’s my Christmas tree:
This article was written by Melvin Vigo~
Melvin Vigo is Beasley Media Group's Fort Myers Digital Program Director. He's a sucker for ice cream and a good Netflix show. When he's not working, he's probably napping, watching endless Tik Tok videos or at the dog beach. Because why not? You can connect with Melvin on Instagram @mr.hernanlugo