Already stressed about Christmas? 12 Days of Christmas Planning helps take the stress out of the holidays and bring back the magic and fun.
Remember Christmas when you were a kid? It was all just fun. The stress of the holidays seems to sometimes turn us into Grinches as adults.
It’s not that we don’t like Christmas but there is so much involved and we put a lot of pressure on ourselves. I don’t think social media has helped this. Now it’s all about Instagram worthy decor and Pinterest worthy parties.
All of that stuff is fun and great but it’s often not practical. In an ideal world, I’d handmake all of my Christmas cards (I used to!), have a beautifully decorated home that looks like it came out of a magazine, I’d have never ending fancy treats waiting for surprise guests, gifts would be wrapped so nicely you didn’t want to open them, and the list goes on.
I don’t know about you but my world is not ideal. Things happen and my time is limited. Each year I have to look at the time I have and evaluate what is truly important. It’s often different from year to year.
That’s why I created the 12 Days of Christmas Planning series. It’s a free and simple resource to help you get prepared and reduce the holiday stress so you can enjoy Christmas again.
12 Days of Christmas Planning
Once you sign up for 12 Days of Christmas Planning you will get an email each day with valuable tips and tasks to help you get ready for Christmas.
The topics include getting your home ready, gathering Christmas wishlists, budgeting, creating new holiday traditions, self-care, shopping, and so much more. Several days will even include free printables, product discounts and much more.
Signup is open until December 1st but the sooner you sign up the better. Being prepared ahead of time is the best way to reduce stress.
While there will be some products talked about in the emails you can easily follow this series without spending a dime. Free options are always included because no matter your budget you should be able to enjoy the holidays.