Write Holiday Letters!
Welcome to the Rudolph Club: your once-a-month meeting to simplify your holidays and get organized for Christmas!
At Organized Christmas, we know that the holiday season can be fast and furious. Solution? Take a day once each month throughout the year to plan and prepare for a more-organized holiday season.
On the 25th of each month, we'll bring simple assignments and easy tips to try now for a simpler, more joyous season. Over the year, you'll tackle planning and preparations to make the season lighter, brighter and less stressful come December.
November's meeting sets the stage for one final holiday prep chore: writing holiday letters.
November Assignment: Cards and Letters
We've already assembled the raw material for holiday letters, by adding notes to a file each month on Rudolph Day, beginning in February.
Ready to edit? Find your assembled materials, and dive in! Whether you'll send cards or Christmas letters, it's time.
Sending a holiday letter this year? Here are some tips for writing holiday letters that are fun and fulfilling to read:
November Rudolph Club Reminders
Make plans for next year. Since January, we've met monthly to prepare for the holiday season. Time to reap the rewards of our efforts!
For a more organized holiday season next year, mark your calendar for January 25th. We'll kick off a new year at the Rudolph Club.
Frugal Finds for November
Shop Black Friday sales. Black Friday has bloomed ... into a five day shopping extravaganza! With stores now opening on Thanksgiving Day itself, special "advance" promotions and Cyber-Monday deals, the savings now stretch for nearly a week.
Are you a dedicated day-after-Thanksgiving shopper? Get organized to get the jump on Black Friday specials.
To get organized, try our free printable Holiday Sales Planner form. It'll track this year's Black Friday bargains and organize shopping trips. Shop till you drop!