When do you officially begin your Christmas Shopping? And when are you usually done?
I like to go to clearance sales in January to get all the Christmas items on clearance. I also buy Christmas gifts starting in January. By October I am usually done. How about you?
Under normal circumstances my aim has always been/would be to begin in September and finish up "loose ends" during November. I have not lived in "normal circumstances" for quite some time now; but my reply here reflects the "normal-circumstances" (real) me - not the "not-normal-circumstances me".
(Back to the "under normal circumstances" thing: I don't want to live for Christmas, beginning the day after Christmas. Aside from other issues, I don't want to (can't) store gifts for a year. Neither am I one to wait until December to start shopping. Of course, these days I don't happen to have to worry about "the Santa thing" because my own children are all grown and no longer even living with me. Waiting until early December is not/wouldn't be the giant potential disaster that it was when my kids were little.
I usually start buying from October, and I'm always done before December. Can't stand going to the mall during December, it's way too stressful.
You seem very efficient though!
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