If you are like me, than the thought of Christmas Caroling has always made you a little uncomfortable.
Maybe it’s forcing some unsuspecting family to choose between these two options at the sound of carolers gathering at their doorstep:
Option 1: Open the door to this random group of strangers and face the obligation of standing in the cold while they do their best to fill your ears with the sounds of the holiday season.
Option 2: Duck behind the furniture, mute the TV and hope with everything you’ve got that this is NOT the type of group that sings 2-3 songs before giving up and moving onto the next house.
Or maybe it’s just the thought of assuming that others are going to appreciate a mob of singing wannabes creeping up to their doorstep and attempting to gain access to the individuals inside through the use of song alone. Who knows?
Either way, here are some tips to help with this particular Christmas activity.
The 5 Things You Should Do to Improve Your Caroling Experience