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A Christmas “Rot Day” Is A Genius Way to Win Christmas

Christmas is definitely my favorite time of year…

But, all the Christmas shenanigans — the shopping, the decorating, the parties, the cookie making, all the Christmas programs with the kids — it all gets to be a bit much.

By mid-holiday season, I’m about done, ready to just throw in the Christmas towel.

I’m simply too busy to bask in the Christmas spirit.

I just want all the holiday feels, but it never seems to happen.

Can you relate?

That’s why a Christmas “Rot Day” is needed, pronto!

What Is A Christmas “Rot Day?”

No, you don’t spend the day wallowing in trash and becoming the biggest Grinch on the block.

A “Rot Day” is actually a pretty sweet tradition that will get you right in the Christmas spirit.

How Do You Have A Christmas “Rot Day?”

You simply stop. Stop everything.

Work? Nope. Shopping? Nope. Baking Cookies? Nuh-uh. Decorating? Don’t even think about it!

You are going to stop and simply enjoy anything and everything relaxing Christmas.

Will you be shoving your face full of Christmas treats? Yes.

Will there be Christmas movies? You better believe it.

This is literally the easiest and most relaxing tradition of the year.

The Food For A Christmas “Rot Day”

Remember Buddy Elf’s 4 elf food groups: candy, candy corns, candy canes, and syrup.

Okay, you may want a bit more, but you get the point.

If it’s comfort food, and you love it, eat it!!

Ideas For Christmas “Rot Day” Food:

  • Nachos
  • Pizza
  • Cheesecake
  • Nuggies
  • Christmas Cookies
  • Tacos
  • Anything and everything you love.

The Drinks For A Christmas “Rot Day”

Do you love it?

Then, that’s a big ol’ YES!! Go for it.

Ideas For Christmas “Rot Day” Drinks:

The Dress Code For A Christmas “Rot Day”

Let’s make this short and sweet.

Pajamas and cozy socks.

Ugly Christmas Sweaters and yoga pants.

T-shirts and Christmas socks.

If it makes you comfy, wear it!

The Movies For A Christmas “Rot Day”

Oh, I have some ideas. Christmas movies are my jam.

But, what are your favorite Christmas movie traditions?

Here are some new Christmas films to enjoy:

Now, stop what you are doing, and plan yourself a Christmas “Rot Day.”

It will slow down your holiday season and make it much more magical!