Yesterday, I noticed the Christmas tree in the lobby of our London office was still up. To me, the Christmas tree has always come down on January 1st of the new year. However, no matter what I thought of the situation, our tree was still up.
So, I figured I’d ask you. When do you take down your Christmas tree? Here are some of the answers we heard on Facebook.
Kelsea Flood wrote “I don’t have a set date. It basically comes down when I have some free time (and energy) to get it done.”.
Amanda Glaab Bergman noted “Before January 1st, superstition lol back luck to bring the new year in with an old tree. It’s also our daughters birthday on the 2nd and I hate her to have to share her day with Christmas”.
Heather Christine added “Usually within the first few days the kids go back to school. I like having them out of the house (and out of my way Lol!) So I can get a major clean/organizing done.”.
Shout out to early tree removers like Quintin Heather Roosendaal who wrote “This year my tree was down Boxing Day by 10 am! I hosted Christmas for the first time this year and while cleaning up from that I took down my decorations!”. Early tree person Jessi Rose says “Mine comes down in pieces as I have the free time. Lol. So far the garland is off.”.
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