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Holiday Organizing Tip #24: Relax

Holiday Organizing Tip #24: Relax

Relax. Enjoy all your hard work and the wonderful time you get to spend with your family and friends.

 

Holiday Organizing Tip #23: Words to Ponder

Holiday Organizing Tip #23: Words to Ponder

Words to ponder – It is in the giving that we receive. ~ St. Francis of Assisi

 

Holiday Organizing Tip #22 - Create A Day After Menu

Holiday Organizing Tip #22 - Create A Day After Menu

Plan a “day after” menu now. Find a couple of good recipes for leftover turkey, ham and mashed potatoes on websites like www.allrecipes.com and www.foodnetwork.com.

 

Holiday Organizing Tip #21: Charge the Batteries

Holiday Organizing Tip #21: Charge the Batteries

Make sure your rechargeable batteries are charged and that you have  extra batteries on hand for all of your electronics. Don’t let that special moment pass you by because you are struggling to get your camera to work!

 

Holiday Organizing Tip #20 - Check the Traffic

Holiday Organizing Tip #20 - Check the Traffic

If you are traveling by car over the holidays, check the local transit source to see if there is any active construction or accidents on your route. Most states have a website or even an app that allows you to check on traffic conditions. You can avoid a lot of headaches by taking even the slightest detour.

 

Holiday Organizing Tip #19 - More Clutter Free Gift Ideas: Memories

Holiday Organizing Tip #19 - More Clutter Free Gift Ideas: Memories

Give meaningful gifts -  Framed photo of you and recipient; Specially written poem or story; Frame a childhood memory – school paper, painting; Digitize old photos, videos, slides; Make CD of photos from this year; Write them a card telling them what you love about them.

Holiday Organizing Tip #17 - More Clutter Free Gift Ideas: Education

Holiday Organizing Tip #17 - More Clutter Free Gift Ideas: Education

Give the gift of education: Give a gift certificate for classes (dance, art, cooking, exercise, cake decorating) or pay for a sports camp. Or think big and make a deposit (or start) in a child’s 529 college savings plan.