Now that we are fast approaching the holiday season and we somehow follow the same patterns we do every year, we’ve decided to take a closer look at what are those things we seem to do every time. It’s possible we’re not even realizing the patterns we’re following with each winter holiday.
Breaking down the holidays of Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years in a segmented timeline will show us precisely what were’re doing, come this time of year. This infographic was done by John Atkinson and it’s quite accurate when it comes just how simple and funny it is.
Breaking down the holidays of Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years
We found the Thanksgiving one quite funny and accurate, especially the part about someone turning up to be vegan, 5 minutes before dinner. Nothing bad with being a vegan, don’t get us wrong, but it’s like there’s always someone who, this year, decided to renounce meat. Good for them, right?
Anyway, hope you enjoy this anatomy of these holidays and try to have fun. Maybe even try to break the vicious cycle and see what else can be there if we do thing a bit differently.