For any event or holiday, planning in advance can make things a bit easier and less stressful. Christmas is no exception to the rule. It’s a very widely celebrated holiday that does take up quite a bit of time, effort and money. Planning – and budgeting properly – can make a huge difference to your mental wellbeing throughout the month and afterwards. Everyone’s Christmas Planner will look different, based on what you do and how you celebrate the holiday but I wanted to share mine in the hopes that it might give you some ideas. I have also included a free downloadable template that I used in my planner, in case you wanted to do the same.
Earlier in Blogmas, I spoke about ways to get organised. One idea was to make your own planner this Christmas, which is what I decided to do. I added some pages to my planner, inspired from the Mrs Brimble’s Jingle and Mingle craft afternoon. I thought I would share a few of those pages with you now, as I haven’t before! It’s definitely still a work-in-progress. There’s a few things I want to add, which I’ll add as I go along. However, let’s show you what’s in there right now. I haven’t included photos of every page, as I want to keep some things hidden (for example gift ideas!). But it gives you the general gist of what it currently looks like!
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