It's time to decorate! Turn on your favorite Christmas music and heat up the holiday hot cocoa. Lay out your favorite Christmas dÃ©cor, slip into the holiday spirit and follow these 10 simple steps.
My motto as a seasoned Holiday Coach and the Organizing Pro to jumpstart the busiest time of year is... "If you do anything more than once in life, organize it and simplify it. That's especially true for the holidays that come year after year like clockwork!" After staying up late Christmas Eve to wrapping
I LOVE Thanksgiving Weekend for all the options we have on how to spend it! It's the four day pause when everyone seems to take a deep breath and relax before navigating the busy holiday season. Thanksgiving 4-Day weekend is an opportunity to do fun, reflective, and social things to relax. Here are 10
Money Saving Gift Tips are important. Why? The average family will create enough credit card debt at Christmas that it will take until the following May to pay it off! There is a less expensive way to survive. 1.Strategize. Decide which gifts you want and match them with sale ads. Check off the items on your Master Gift List and note any special limitations (i.e. price only effective for three hours, limit two per person). Prioritize the stores where you'll shop according to limitations and values.....
Thanksgiving is the official kick-off to the holiday season from Thanksgiving through Christmas and New Years. Being thankful is good for your health and a meal spent with family or friends can make the holiday a positive memory. It just takes a little planning ahead.
Do you know the 3 Tips to Kick Off Your Holiday Plans? You can be ahead of holiday stress if you take 3 strategic actions in November to avoid December stress.
While advertisers boast slogans of “new and improved,” it is comforting to know that some things never change. Christmas traditions bring comfort and welcome continuity in the safe harbor called home. Make some yearly traditions that matter. It’s never too late to start! By Sharon Jaynes in Simplify Your Holiday Season Planner by Marcia Ramsland 1.
Thanksgiving is the start of the 5 week holiday season: Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's. What I like most about it is we get to celebrate Thanksgiving on Thursday and still have 3 days of vacation after it! Here's how you can simplify your Thanksgiving Dinner.