you testify A little gift just for yourself, every day in December: an Advent calendar can also be fun when you're an adult
On can be an adult and have fun with an Advent calendar. — Ken McKay/ITV/REX/SIPA
On TV, in mailboxes, on social networks, advertisements set the tone: in a big month, itël’s Christmas. The period of shopping for gifts in department stores, of calculating how to fit your groceries into a nibbled budget; by inflation and logistics to organize the New Year's Eve. All while composing with the relou uncle or the mother-in-law whose specialty; is to give particularly rotten gifts (even if it’s the intention that counts). Well yes, when you become an adult, for many, Christmas can lose its magic over the years, even rekindle painful feelings in the event of complicated family relationships.
So to find joy in this period, rekindle the enthusiasm of your childhood, or quite simply treat yourself to a pleasure that you’t probably won’t find under the tree, and if the ultimate kif of Christmas, when you are an adult, é was to treat yourself to a great Advent calendar? Filled with fine chocolates, beers (to be consumed in moderation), cosmetics, naughty toys or cheeses, there is something for all tastes and for all budgets.
Is this your case? Do you treat yourself to an Advent calendar every year? Why? And for how long? What type of calendar do you choose (gourmet, decoration, cosmetics…)? Do you change it every year? What budget do you allow for? this purchase? How does your Advent calendar make you feel? Tell us!