Welcome to this week’s issue of Weekly Simplicity Tips. And especially welcome to the rush of new readers that came in this week!
My daughter and I had fun seeing a Shakespeare at my Alma Mater, Hope College this past weekend. I had a ton of calls and work this week, so I played most of the weekend.
And yesterday we made thanksgiving cards.
I also touched up and bundled together the Simple Holiday Plan and the Simple Annual Plan (see below).
- Print out and fill in 100 Things I Am Thankful For
- Catch up on your pet care.
- Celebrate one thing you have accomplished the last few months.
- Go through the photo albums and reminisce with your family.
- Clean out the coat closet so there is room for company.
- Check your camera batteries.
- Locate your battery chargers for your cell phones, etc.
Simple Holiday Plan PLUS Simple Annual Plan Bundle
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.
- 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
Bundle it with the Simple Annual Plan to help plan your year ahead.
Or get the holiday plan alone: Simple Holiday Plan