Weekly Simplicity Tips

It’s a winter wonderland here in West Michigan. I’ve been enjoying music, creatively wrapping presents, getting together with friends and taking winter hikes.

  1. Find something about this holiday season to enjoy.
  2. Cut back on at least one project to make time for holiday preparations.
  3. Take one thing off your holiday to do list.
  4. Create at least 5 minutes of silence every day.
  5. Put together a box with your family to deposit change and money to give to charity at the end of December.
  6. Have some of your presents be experience and event oriented instead of thing oriented.
  7. Pick out a book you want to finish by year end and plan a little reading time.

Do you want a holiday plan that doesn’t have you do a million things you just don’t have time for?

I’ve tried the holiday plans that are online. But, I never finished them. Having simplified my Christmas I didn’t use many of the parts of those plans. And they just made me feel guilty.

Would you like a simpler holiday plan ?

I created a plan that I use to keep my holidays organized without overwhelming me.

Plan includes:

  • a checklist for each week
  • simple steps to take to create the holiday you want
  • short cuts and simplifications for many holiday tasks
  • questions to help you decide what is important to you and your family
  • worksheets and forms

Simple Holiday Plan
4-week program to organize and simplify your holiday


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