That's what you'll find here: a simple path to an organized Christmas. Beginning September 15, we'll post 101 daily messages of Christmas inspiration, motivation and fun. You don't even have to read on the Web; you can follow our day-by-day holiday plan on Facebook, or via an RSS feed. To receive reminders in e-mail, use the Google Feedburner form at the right of the page.
The idea is to make holiday planning short, sweet and easy. Won't you join me, as we prepare for Christmas day by day with 101 Days to Christmas? The fun begins on September 15!
Welcome! Christmas tips site 101 Days to Christmas is designed to help you prepare for the coming holiday season, one day at a time. Beginning on September 15, 2018, we'll post daily get-organized tips for a simpler, stress-free Christmas celebration.
Our daily tips are designed break down holiday planning and preparation into short, simple assignments. Working day by day, we'll get organized, set a holiday budget, and focus on gifts and giving. We'll tackle holiday cooking, get inspired to decorate, and round up favorite family traditions. Along the way, we'll share recipes, decor inspirations and holiday celebration ideas for a fun, festive holiday season.
To follow along, bookmark this page to read daily messages on our home page.
To receive 101 Days to Christmas messages via e-mail (courtesy of Google's Feedburner service), use the sign-up form on the right side of the page.
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