The Answer Will Definitely Surprise You
As the holiday season winds down, Christmas clean-up inevitably begins. While the thought of vacuuming a gazillion cookie crumbs and tackling all those dirty dishes can be daunting, figuring out when to take down the Christmas tree might just be the toughest task of them all.
If you find yourself stumped over this very question year after year, consider letting tradition be your guide. Dating back to the 4th century, many Christians have marked the end of the Christmas season on the Twelfth Night (or 12 nights after Christmas) — an evening
The Epiphany marks the Three Kings (or Wise Men) visiting baby
Of course, all of this to say that you should really take it down when it’s the most convenient time for you and your family. Whether that’s the day after Christmas, New Year’s Eve, or whenever you can get to it, there’s really no “correct” answer. After all, you worked awfully hard hanging up all that tinsel: You should feel free to enjoy it for as long as you want.
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