Sunday, November 29, 2009

Getting ready for Christmas

At an Organized Christmas I found lots of planning sheets to organize the different aspects of preparing for the season. Go ahead and get a cute binder to put these handy planning sheets in. There are a lot to choose from. Don't overwhelm yourself and try to do them all. Pick a few. You may want a Christmas calendar or a master gift list to help you plan your gift giving. How about a little help planning that perfect holiday meal? The Houseworks Holiday Planner has it all.

If your house is a complete wreck, and you just don't know how you are going to pull off Christmas this year. Let alone an edible Christmas dinner and perfectly stacked presents under the tree by Christmas eve. You dream of sugar plum fairies coming to clean your house, while you bake delicious cookies listening to Swan Lake. The nutcracker twirls you around your perfectly decorated and blissfully lit tree. Try the Holiday Grand Plan. It's for you.

Still not enough? If you like to think about Christmas all year long, you can join the Rudolph club. The Rudolph club encourages you to take the 25th day of each month and dedicate it to getting your house in order for Christmas. Only for the serious at heart.

post signature

No comments: