The Christmas Tag 2020


So excited to be taking part in The Christmas Tag this year. Thank you so much to Sophie from Love and Literature for tagging me, be sure to check out her post too!

The Christmas Tag Rules 

1. Put on your favourite Christmas playlist to listen to while answering! 
2. Have a Christmas drink and/or snack while writing.
3. Thank the blogger who tagged you and link to their site.
4. Answer the 10 original questions.
5. Answer the questions set by whoever tagged you.
6. Ask 2 questions of your own Tag 6 bloggers to take part.

The Christmas Tag 2020
Image from Annie Spratt on Unsplash.

The Original Questions

When do your decorations go up?

Usually the first weekend of December or the last weekend in November.

Who is the Scrooge of your family or friendship group?

Definitely my friend Robyn, she hates Christmas.

If money were no object, how and where would you spend Christmas?

Still with my family. Maybe somewhere Christmassy and cold with lots of Christmas markets! Austria looks amazing at this time of year. I prefer going to hot countries but if money were no object I'd visit them in summer.

What festive film do you HAVE to watch every festive season?

The Grinch! Read about all of my other favourite Christmas films.

Who do you find hardest to buy presents for?

I struggle a lot with any men that I have to buy for, what do you buy them? 

Would you rather buy lots of little presents for a hamper, or by one big/main present?

Probably lots of little presents because more presents just looks more impressive in my opinion. Also usually means you can spend less but give someone the same satisfaction as getting a big present.

What did you leave out for Santa when you were a child?

We left out a carrot for Rudolph, and a mince pie for Santa with a glass of diet coke. My mum's favourite drink was diet coke so I thought it was every adult's favourite drink - including Santa. I should have known!

Where did you spend last Christmas?

We spent last Christmas at home, as we usually do. Just before Christmas, we went to the Dortmund Christmas markets in Germany last year and the year before.

Which Christmas song makes you cringe?

Honestly, The Fairytale of New York. I know it's a lot of people's favourite, I just really hate it I don't know why.

If you could be a character in a holiday movie, who would you be and why?

Definitely Kevin in Home Alone 2. Imagine being in New York for Christmas, that would be so cool.

Dortmund Christmas market

Sophie's Questions

Does your family have a Christmas tradition of their own? If so what is it?

Not really, we just do the usual stuff like eat Christmas dinner, open presents, etc.

What is your favourite part of Christmas Day?

Easy. Christmas dinner!

My Questions

What is your favourite part of the Christmas dinner?

How do you spend Boxing Day?

I Nominate

How do you spend Christmas?

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  1. Thank you for taking part in the tag - I loved reading your answers! I find men the hardest to buy for too. Merry Christmas! x

    Sophie | Love and Literature

  2. Thank you for tagging me. I really enjoyed reading your answers. I agree men are so difficult to buy for. I swear its in their DNA!

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  4. Thank you for tagging me! I'm with you Fairytale of New York - I hate that song and don't understand how people listen to it, haha!

    Tash // A Girl with a View

  5. I loved reading the answers to your questions, I'm like you, I always put up Christmas decorations the first weekend of December x

    Lucy |

  6. What an amazing tag, I loved reading your answers! Like you, I always put the decorations up on the first weekend of December xx

    Hannah |

  7. Loved this, such a fun tag! The Diet Coke thing is so cute haha x

  8. Aw! I loved reading this and it definitely got me in the festive spirit xx

  9. I love reading everyone's answers to these Christmas tags! It really feels festive! I've posted my answers today on my blog!