What Kind of Holiday Person Are You?
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What Kind of Holiday Person Are You?

The holidays are here. How do you get festive?

What Kind of Holiday Person Are You?

It’s winter break and we’re all oh so familiar with that wonderful feeling of finally being done with another semester/quarter and another round of finals. So we’re on holiday mode now, right? Reverting back to the person who stays home, for the most part, overdosing on hot chocolate and getting addicted to naps. That’s me anyway, what about you?

Home for the Holidays!

You come home to family and you’re basically with them 95% of the time. You watch movies with them, go holiday shopping with them, and if you do travel it’s definitely with your good ol’ fam. Nothing really feels quite like being with family. You feel secure (and well fed for once) and at ease knowing you’re really home. After all, family is what makes a place feel like home, isn't it? So being home for the holidays to you means with family for the holidays.

All I want for Christmas is you!

You’re planning to spend every minute with your significant other and you’re not ashamed to admit it. Maybe you guys have been in a long distance and have been apart until now, or maybe you just can’t get enough of each other. Whatever the reason, you miss them and to you, the best way to celebrate this special time of the year is with your special someone.

Rockin around the Christmas Parties!

You’re ready to go on break just so you can attend all of those fantastic holiday parties! Everyone’s celebrating and you plan to be there for all of them. Whether they’re small get-togethers, or big parties you’re more than ready to unwind from school and pick up a cocktail. Or beer. Whichever is more convenient.

Jingle Bail Rock

You’re incredibly busy this holiday. Doing what? Bailing on everyone. People are inviting you out, but you really just need some alone/relax time for yourself. To everyone else, you’ve basically fallen off the face of the Earth. If you’re not taking a nap, you’re probably on the couch catching up on new Netflix shows in the pajamas you haven’t changed out of for a week. We all have friends like this and if you don’t you’re probably it and too isolated to find out if any of your other friends are doing the same time.

This Time of Year

It’s this time of year…you’re away from home. You’re the one that’s always travelling during winter break. Whether it’s with your family or with friends you can’t remember the last time you spend winter break at home and not somewhere else for the most part. To you, the best way to get as far from the disgusting feelings associated with school is to actually get as far away as possible.

Whichever kind of person you are, I hope you have a fantastic winter break, Christmas, and New Years!

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