For many families, Christmas comes not once a year, but lingers on for months! Credit card bills arrive shortly after season’s end, not to be paid off until the following summer. Nearly two-thirds of American families don't know the true cost of their own Christmas celebration--and if they did, they'd be shocked. That much ... for a single day?
Fight the seasonal spending spree with the financial tool of choice: a Christmas budget. Try these ideas to create--and keep!--a holiday budget to save money on Christmas. Read More >>
Chocolate-dipped coffee spoons are an easy homemade holiday gift. Make them simple and sweet or dazzle the tastebuds with custom flavors and colored chocolate melts!
Our basic recipe for chocolate coffee spoons outlines the method, but check out specialty recipes, too.
Whether they're white chocolate drizzled with holiday colors, or dressed up with crushed candy canes, chocolate coffee spoons are sure to please the coffee lover on your holiday gift list. Read More >>
Properly appointed, the master bedroom can be an inviting oasis of calm in the midst of Christmas commotion--but not if it's choked and cluttered with misplaced stuff!
During Me and Mine Week at the House & Holidays Plan, we'll declutter, organize and clean the master bedroom. Our goal: to create a refreshing space for renewal and rest during the busy holiday season. Read More >>
Need a gentle, daily reminder to get ready for the holiday season? Try this focus site from OrganizedChristmas.com: 101 Days to Christmas, devoted to preparing for Christmas day by day.
Need a daily dose of Christmas organizing, holiday tips and inspiration? Our new focus site is just for you! With daily holiday tips for the 101 days leading up to Christmas, we'll take you straight to a calm and stress-free holiday season ... day by day!
Whether follow on Facebook, or via an RSS feed, 101 Days to Christmas will help you prepare for Christmas day by day.
Beginning on September 15, 101 Days to Christmas brings you daily holiday tips to help you get ready for the holiday season. Use our feed as a gentle reminder that the holiday season is on the way--and prepare for Christmas day by day!
Ask any mother of young children: time pressure creates a unique stressor during the Christmas season. Holiday events, school functions and holiday parties crowd December days; service projects, travel and worship activities double.
To keep holiday stress at bay, a calendar is a must-have tool for an organized Christmas. Even if you never rely on a family calendar the other eleven months of the year, December's busy days call for a dedicated calendar for smooth sailing. Read More >>