The holiday season is right upon us. I don’t know about you but there are specific details that need to be checked off the list in preparation for seasonal celebrations.
In previous years, I would take down the decorations and get straight to work. This isn’t ideal because I would enter the new year with frozen meals and closets filled with miscellaneous items. Thankfully, I learned from my unorganized ways and began to structure my home to truly ti’s the season.
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#4 Lessons for Holiday Prep:
Lesson #1: Start de-cluttering before the new year. This is not up for debate! If you wait until after Christmas, this will include gifts and leftover household items.
Lesson #2: Clean the freezer prior to Thanksgiving. This simple task will make room for extra food and potential freezer meals. The holiday season can get busy, having freezer meals on hand eliminates the question, “What’s for dinner?”
Lesson #3: Put up the Christmas tree prior to holiday festivities. The longer you wait, the more stressful the holiday season will become. I like to gather my entirefamily and pull down the tree at least two weeks before cooking the turkey.
Lesson #4: The previous lesson leads me into the next one. If the month of November is your busiest season in business or civic engagments, consider ordering the turkey. There are several delicious options and this can be a time-saver (and energy-saver.)
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What are some personalized gifts that you will be giving this year?
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