Which person are you?
#1. The type that months in advance starts counting down to the holidays (so eager and excited that you have holiday music blaring while it is still summer).
#2. The type that lives in denial until the holidays become unavoidable (between the climate change, songs on the radio, and advertising… sooner or later, reality will come to slap you in the face).
#3. Or, perhaps you are the type that falls somewhere happily in-between.
No matter your type, chances are high that some level of stress surrounds your holiday enjoyment.
Why? Because reality is that the holidays are often accompanied by jam-packed days, diminishing bank accounts, multiple trips to the store, late nights prepping (writing out holiday cards, wrapping presents, solidifying plans, etc.).
“This year is going to be different.”
Chances are also high that each year you tell yourself the same thing, “this year is going to be different”. You insist that if this year you set more money aside you will be less stressed with your budget. You are confident that if you plan holiday parties with enough notice that you can avoid scheduling conflicts. You are certain that if you start your shopping earlier that you can avoid the last minute rush.
However, as much as all of the above may be beneficial when done individually, the truth is that this year CAN be different if you are able to up your organizational game!
It all comes down to organization
In an attempt to assure that my goal of making this year’s holidays “different” and less stressful… I decided to put together the ULTIMATE organizational booklet and I’d love to share it with you as well!
“The Busy Woman’s Holiday Organizational Booklet”
This booklet is 100% FREE to download and includes 8 different printables.
Within this booklet you will find the following:
- December calendar (with wide open boxes to write)
- To-do list (breaking up the current week and next week’s goals to stay most organized)
- Bucket List (so that you can help make sure the month doesn’t slip by before you were able to check all the holiday fun off your list)
- Gift List (to keep track of who you need to buy for, what your allotted budget is, how much you ended up spending, and what you bought)
- Menu Planner (organized by event, number of attendees, and a grocery list)
- Holiday Card List (so you can keep names and addresses in one place, as well as keep track of who you sent to/received from)
- Budget Tracker (stick to budget with all holiday expenses in one location)
- Notes template
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Hoping that this year (and every year after) will not only be positively “different”, but also that much more stress-free!