Organizing Your Way to a Simple Christmas: Resources

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source: Lester Public Library

source: Lester Public Library

Today we’re wrapping up our two-week Christmas series: Organizing Your Way to a Simple Christmas.

Getting organized is an important art of having an intentional Christmas, where we choose gifts and activities that will provide a lifetime of memories rather than trying to pack everything into the season and ending up exhausted and stressed out (which would also provide a lifetime of memories, just not the ones I’m going for!).

I still haven’t had a chance to fill out all of the Christmas printables for my own planner, but that is on my list for this week.

In the meantime, here are some other great resources for planning a simple Christmas:

:: 12 Weeks to a Peaceful Christmas, Simple Mom

:: 100 Small Steps in 100 Days, Just Organize Yourself

:: 100 Days to Christmas

:: Organized Christmas

:: Christmas Tour of Homes (December 14th), Nesting Place
**this one’s just for fun!

Are you ready to jump into the Christmas season? Is there anything you’re dreading?

About the Author

Mandi Ehman

Hi. My name is Mandi and I’m an organizing junkie. I’m also a wife, and Momma to four little girls (5, 3.5, 2 and a new baby!). I've worked at home since our oldest was a baby, and like a lot of other moms, my life is a constant balancing act of caring for my family and my home, meeting my obligations and finding time for hobbies in there somewhere. Oh, yeah, in the interest of full disclosure, I’m somewhat of a kitchen dunce and I only like to pretend that I’m crafty. Read more here!

6 Responses to “ Organizing Your Way to a Simple Christmas: Resources ”

  1. I always go overboard with Christmas Shopping and I get stressed about what I am going to get people. I need to be organized and enjoy Christmas.
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  2. I am actually ready to jump in. I’m trying hard this year to prep early so I don’t feel so rushed when Dec comes. I’ve brainstormed about half of my gift ideas and am actually going to attempt a lot of handmade stuff (1) since I am planning early and have time ahead of me, and (2) I think they are more meaningful.

    I know you have your printables, which are great for planning all the details, but here is another general one from Giver’s Log that I used to get an idea of what to do when…Of course not all the items may apply to everyone, but it gave me an idea of what to write on my personal schedule when.

    I’ll have to check out your links above!
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  3. Thank you so much for this series, Mandi! It has been so helpful for me.


  4. Thanks for mentioning 100 Days to Christmas! It has already been an exciting journey. Only 60 Days to Christmas now!!
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  5. Ready! Working on a handmade holiday, and hoping to get the kids involved.
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  6. Thanks for the shout out! We sure think alike! I enJOYed your Christmas series! Thanks for the great ideas and printables!


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