Considering it’s Christmas Day, we’re assuming all of your Christmas cards to family and friends are well and truly sent.
(And if not then… sorry to say but you’ve missed the boat this year. Better luck next time.)
But here’s something to keep in mind for when you’re sending out those family snaps and four-page letters about what your kids have been up to all year at the end of 2018: anything that’s not addressed to a person’s full name is “shoddy”.
Well, according to one British Mumsnet user, anyway.
The woman caused a stir when she asked the online parenting forum if it was unreasonable to expect any Christmas cards sent to her home to be addressed using her full, formal name.
"We've had two Christmas cards through the post so far," she wrote.
"At least one of them were addressed to CJT and CJT as opposed to Mr and Mrs CJT or anything else formal.
"It really gets on my nerves. You know my last name. You've known it for f**king years! [Am I being unreasonable] to think it's shoddy, and weird, to not address a card properly?"
"It just seems really weird to see a card posted with first names only on it."
Many users suggested that anyone who is close enough to know your home address and wants to send you a Christmas card should have the right to call your by your informal name.
"If you're not close enough to these people to use first names why do they have your address?" one person said, while another added, "that's a lot of angst over a card."
LISTEN: Can you host Christmas lunch and charge your friends and family to come?