Halloween has passed and guess what time it is? Not Christmas. Repeat, it is not December, there's no snow on the ground, and there is absolutely no need to be singing "Jingle Bells" on the top of your lungs.

I am the 0.01 percent of the population that does not hop on the Christmas bandwagon. The day after Halloween does not mean it's time to put up a tree and throw candy canes everywhere. It's still fall. There's still going to be apple picking, leaves changing, and Thanksgiving turkey to be eaten. We don't have any time for your Winter Wonderland fantasies. Winter may be coming, but Christmas absolutely is not.

November is meant for fall things, but as soon as December 1st hits, be my guest and dance around the mistletoe. Until then, let's focus on this month and ditch the Santa mindsets.

1. November is prime fall season. Why rush the shortest (and best) season of them all?


It's freaking PSL season people. Don't let the season die faster than it already is.

2. How do you think Thanksgiving feels when you neglect to recognize it during its month?


If I have to speak for Mr. Turkey, he's very disappointed.

3. All I want for Christmas is for you to stop singing Christmas carols in November.


Please, for all that is good in this world, stop singing Frosty The Snowman on November 2nd. Frosty is dead currently, so no need to sing him into existence. He'll come sooner than you know it.

4. Here is an accurate picture of me every time I hear someone say "Santa is coming!"


No. No. No. No. December 24th. It's November 5th... Do you see the difference? Today is not Christmas.

5. How could you not love and focus on Thanksgiving though?


Food. That is all.

6. Elf is not a year round movie.


You may watch in December, but that is it. Keep it locked away until then.

November is for fall. December is for Christmas.

Happy Thanksgiving!