Catching up with friends and family, giving in to your inner foodie, finding happiness by spreading it, THIS is the stuff the holidays are made of.
But it just doesn’t happen like that … there’s a whole lot of planning and running around involved, not to mention stress and plain old frustration!
Thankfully, we’ve got a solution…
… is a FREE five-part video series that takes a lot of the stress out of holiday planning and lays out a simple, easy-to-follow road map that you can use to maximize the fun and minimize the chaos! We will send a video straight to your inbox once a week to help YOU stay on track!
Our FREE video series shows you how to reduce the chaos and turn the holidays into something they’re meant to be – a time to relax and unwind.
Here’s a look at what you’ll get:
- Stocking up on essentials
- Scheduling appointments
- Starting the holiday calendar
- Making a list of gifts you’ll need
- Getting deals at craft fairs
- Deal shopping at stores and online
- Creating holiday Pinterest boards
- Collecting and testing recipes
- Inventorying holiday decorations
- Making holiday greeting list
- Reviewing your holiday greeting options
- Getting your wrapping supplies ready
- Begin wrapping gifts and addressing envelopes
- Making decorations
- Updating calendars & inventory essentials
The “5 Ways to Simplify Your Holidays” helps you make the most of the holidays by planning and getting organized so you have less stress & chaos and more fun & happiness. Get your own copy of this exclusive video series by filling out the form below. We’ll be sending you a confirmation email right away (make sure to click on the link IN the email) and you’ll get the first video on October 8th.
736 million pounds of turkey was served
U.S. farmers produced 768 million pounds of cranberries.
47 million Americans traveled 50 or more miles away from home to celebrate Thanksgiving.
A National Retail Federation survey projects that up to 147 million Americans will either brave the crowds to shop on 2012’s Black Friday weekend or take advantage of online shopping sales.
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Consumer Reports – The average American expects to spend about 42 hours buying, wrapping, and returning gifts, as well as partying and traveling to visit family and friends.
The US Post Office delivered 18 Billion cards, letters and packages between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve.