5 Reasons why we should have Christmas music before Thanksgiving

Andrew Hwang

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  • 1. STRESS RELIEVER: The joy that Christmas music brings to people is undeniable. We are prone to feel happier when we listen to music that has an upbeat or a soothing sound. For high schoolers, finals might just be around the corner before winter break starts. What better way to relieve finals stress than by listening to jolly Christmas music. On the other hand, adults may have some end-of-the-year work that needs to be finished within a tight deadline. Regardless of the reason for feeling stressed, Christmas music can relieve the many stresses that people experience in their daily lives.

  • 2. AGE-APPROPRIATE MUSIC: We hear songs on the radio that are not necessarily fit for every person’s ear, especially children, all the time. Nobody wants their children to learn from bad influences, so why not replace it with G-rated Christmas music? Nearly all Christmas music is appropriate for every age and is a great motivator for friends and family to listen together.

  • 3. GETTING THE FEELING OF GRATITUDE BEFORE THANKSGIVING: Some consider Thanksgiving a precursor to Christmas Day where we give thanks to our loved ones on Thanksgiving and give back on Christmas Day. Throughout the year, we are all busy with our own work and we don’t take the time to recognize the people that we truly cherish. Christmas music is a good way to realize the importance of the people closest to us and helps us to acknowledge these people for their love for each and every one of us.

  • 4. ECONOMIC BOOST: There is no doubt that the holiday season is a time of commercialization. Families go out to their local stores to buy the new iPad for their teenage daughter or decorations to make their Christmas tree look dazzling, and “Joy to the World” comes on the speakers. They are all in high spirits and are motivated to buy more for their loved ones. Christmas music has a definite impact on convincing these families to continue buying all the way to Christmas Day. It’s a win-win situation for both businesses and Christmas music lovers.

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  • 5. EXTENDS THE HOLIDAY SEASON: For many, Christmas is their favorite holiday with its joyful festivities and the days that lead up to it develops excitement. Christmas music adds to that effect and by broadcasting Christmas music early on before Thanksgiving, the holiday season is prolonged. There's nothing wrong with a little extra excitement early on, right?

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