Monday, December 19, 2016

How To Fast Prepare For Santa's Arrival

So many homes, so little time! Since you've only got until midnight, here's 6 easy tips for how to make Santa's arrival a smooth one this year.

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1. STOCKINGS WHERE HE CAN SEE 'EM

It's a busy night for Santa, so the more organised you are - the quicker he's able to work. Neatly hang your stockings somewhere easy to see, and ensure they're open for Santa to quickly drop some small goodies into each.

2. CLEAN THE HALLS

No one likes a messy home, especially someone working the nightshift! Ensure your house is tidy by doing a quick clean of the hallway and all other open areas where Santa may walk around.

3. GLITTER AWAY

Decorate as much as you can, Santa loves a good show! Pull out all the stops from sparkles to ornaments and tinsel, because now's the perfect time to embellish your place with seasonal greetings sure to impress Father Christmas.

4. MAKE SURE IT'S NIGHT-FRIENDLY

Surprise! Father Christmas is not nocturnal. So you need to ensure there are no sharp corners or items like bags on the floor, which could cause Santa to trip over and hurt himself. This is where cleaning your home comes in, so we can better assure safety.

5. LEAVE SOME TREATS

Santa's not a fussy guy, but it's always nice to say thank you to him by leaving some yummy treats on a plate near the Christmas tree. It's a known fact that Santa has forever loved milk and cookies, so it's pretty safe to say he'd love a hot chocolate and some biscuits! Whether it's a cold glass of milk, some mint slice or a kit-kat - he'll be merry!

6. AND DON'T FORGET THE REINDEER

They get just as tired and hungry as Santa, and need some treats along the way. But unlike Santa, they need a healthy snack to keep energised and reinvigorated - that, and they are animals. Something as small as a plate of big fresh carrots should do the trick!

Need last minute groceries? You'll find everything you need for the ultimate Christmas spread at Clarendon Centre's Coles, open 7 days a week from 6am until midnight.

Merry Christmas!


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