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Category Archives: Holiday Planning
Black Friday is coming up in a couple of weeks. If shopping on Black Friday is a tradition for you, start planning now so that you don’t waste time, money and end up with a bunch of clutter that you hadn’t planned on purchasing! Continue reading
The holidays are right around the corner. Do you just wing it or do you have organized systems in place? Getting organized is the key to a less chaotic holiday season. Once you have systems in place, you will feel more in control every year and can even begin planning next year’s holiday season in January! Here’s what I recommend. Continue reading
The holidays are officially here. Get my free holiday printables plus some holiday organizing tips here. Continue reading
One package you won’t want to open next holiday season: the dented cardboard box labeled “Christmas” that jingles with the sound of broken glass. Those fragile glass ornaments present a storage challenge every year, until now. The geniuses at Martha … Continue reading
There are so many gift wrap organizing ideas that I’ve had to split them over several blog posts. Here are two frugal gift wrap stations. Continue reading
Here’s a take on the toolbench for gift wrap and craft supplies. Pegboard organizing is inexpensive and easy to set up. Continue reading
I love the idea of having one place for all of your gift wrap. Here’s a great system from the Container Store. No Container Store near you? Borrow the idea to create your own. Continue reading
Do you gift wrap, ribbon and bows in various places around your home? Get it all together with the help of one these gift wrap organizers! Continue reading
Are you planning to get some shopping done the day after Thanksgiving, but feel overwhelmed with where to go? I’ve included some direct links to a few large US retail stores to save you time, and included some great statistics on Black Friday Shopping habits. Happy Thanksgiving! Continue reading