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Do be reasonable when planning.

Sure, you love waking up early and making a big Christmas morning breakfast. Should you invite your friends and family to join you for a dawn-breaking get-together? Probably not.

While it's nearly impossible to accommodate everyone's schedule, common sense goes a long way. Especially if you have guests with small children, consider that they may have a holiday morning tradition and schedule your event later in the day or on another day altogether.

If you have older guests who may not be comfortable driving after dark, consider a lunch get-together rather than an evening dinner party.

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