"Remember, it is all about the joy of the season and the season is joy." -HT
1. Make a List and Check it Twice
Sit down. Breath. Brain dump. Then look again. Access the list and prioritize. Just getting it all down on paper will make your load so much lighter. Get it out of your head and onto an actionable list. Junior legal pads are great for brain dumping and prioritizing.
2. Make Time for Yourself
Whether going out for coffee alone, taking a bubble bath or going for a quiet walk. Time for yourself is always important but especially during this time of year when time with family, gift buying and holiday events can get to be overwhelming.
3. Make a Gift Wrapping Station
A gift wrapping station does not have to be elaborate. It can be in a bin that you pull out that has all of your supplies, a shelf in a closet or it could be a rolling cart. No matter what, or where it is, it will take away a lot of stress to have everything for wrapping in one place.
4. Make Ahead
Make ahead some easy meals or at least prep somethings to make meals easier. Eating out can become a habit, especially this time of year. Not only will your wallet thank you in January but you will feel so much better throughout the season.
5. Make Time to Purge
Purging is a good goal for the new year but why not start now? Whether it is toys, clothes or kitchen appliances you no longer need. Just little acts of purging during the Christmas season will move you into the new year in the right direction.
Blog Posts to Look for In 2020
UOL is so excited about bringing you top content in 2020! We work very hard to create content that will really make a difference in your life, if applied. Looking forward to sharing encouragement, tips and guidance in 2020!!!
5 Things to Declutter Moving into the New Year
10 Things to Streamline in 2020
12 Products to Help You Stay Organized in 2020
My Top Favorite Organizing Bins 2020
Brain Dumping and How to Prioritize Your List
5 Foods to Prep to Make Weekday Meals Easier
How to Purge, Where to Start
How to Make Time for Yourself While Staying Organized
5 Favorite Things to Freeze for Kid Meals
How to Organize Your Freezer