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OK, I’ll say it; Christmas is coming! My self-imposed embargo ended on 30th November and I’m allowed to talk about all things Yule for the next three weeks-and-a-bit.

I enjoy Christmas, but from what I hear around me, many people find it stressful. I made this video on Christmas survival to help avoid the common pitfalls.

Not that I will, much. There will be such a media-commercial bombardment that you don’t need me adding to it. I’ll limit myself to just three posts on the subject of seasonal festivities (I think. I’m allowed to break this  vow  in case of high demand or insightful inspiration – it’s call editorial license).

Anyway, maybe more later. In the meantime, here’s my seasonal, Christmas survival video (re-edited a bit this year), just in case you might need a reminder.

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