Review: 30 Days to Christmas (Procrastinator’s Edition)

Review: 30 Days to Christmas (Procrastinator’s Edition)

I am a procrastinator when it comes to Christmas and any Holiday in general. I’m the one running around like a chicken with its head cut off trying to find those elusive items on my daughters’ wish lists. And I just didn’t suddenly start procrastinating when I had kids.

It seems like it’s some kind of family tradition handed down from my mom to do Christmas shopping last minute. Maybe it’s because I don’t really like to shop that I put things off. But you would think that would spur me on to get it done as early as possible.

But alas no.

So when I came across ListPlanIt and Jennifer’s 100 Days series, I was intrigued. I have been a user of the List Plan It site for a long time. Any type of list you want they have.

But back to Christmas planning.

I was sent a review copy last year of List Plan It’s 100 Days to Christmas ebook. While I found it helpful and chock full of lists and guidance to help me through the holidays, it was too long of a time for me to plan out. I don’t usually plan that far ahead. After all I’m a “spur of the moment” girl.

But then they came out with the 30 Days to Christmas ebook. Now that’s right up my alley! I can plan a month in advance, especially if I have daily step by step instructions. Which is what this guide offers.

And….it’s the PROCRASTINATOR’S edition. Hello? Yes, that’s me!

So Jennifer sent me a review copy and I just say I love the format and how she lays out what you need to be concentrating on daily. It even includes checklists at the end for every checklist that she recommends you use for your planning.

Whether you want to print out the lists and put them in your binder or fill it out within the ebook and have it on your phone or tablet, this planner will keep you organized. I was able to fill in the lists right on my iPad. Jennifer even helps you prepare for Thanksgiving.

All in all I love this helpful ebook and think you will too. And it won’t break the bank.

So let’s run down the deets.

Who Is This Guide For

  • Last minute planners.
  • People who have started planning, but need a kick in the pants.
  • Non-planners who need a plan.

What Will You Learn

  • A breakdown of the most important tasks in the 30 days leading up to Christmas.
  • The days span November 25 to December 25.

How Much Does It Cost?

  • The digital edition is only $8.

They also have a Facebook page where you can hang out and get advice from other procrastinators, ahem, I mean planners :-). Check in daily to keep on track with that days tasks.

Here’s an excerpt:

30 Days to Christmas: Procrastinator’s Edition excerpt

If you are interested in getting your hands on your own ebook GRAB YOUR COPY NOW by clicking the image below.




*I am a ListPlanIt affiliate.



A Very Office Candy Christmas: 5 Stocking Stuffers for the Organizationally Challenged

A Very Office Candy Christmas: 5 Stocking Stuffers for the Organizationally Challenged

I remember the first time I laid eyes on Office Candy products. Can you say drool?! I was in love. Everything was so stylish and functional.

Note Pads

I got my first introduction to this company at the NAPO 2013 National Conference. I think I stayed at their booth for over 20 minutes! I was mesmerized by the vast and unique products they offered to get you organized.

Wall Calendar

I really loved the file totes as I have always been a big advocate of file totes and you can hardly find the stylish ones anymore locally. I was jazzed when I saw them in a variety of bright colors.

Accordian Files

What Caught My Eye

They just looked yummy.

Office Candy File Tote


So here are my top 5 picks for stocking stuffers for the organizationally challenged.

  1. File totes
  2. Knock Knock File folders
  3. Note pads
  4. Accordian file
  5. Wall Calendar

They have a lot if items that will look great in a Christmas or Holiday basket for that organizationally challenged person in your life. Even if your not challenged these look great in your office. They are stylish and will bring style to any office or home office. What a fun way to get organized.

Office Candy Christmas

*This post contains my affiliate link.

After The Holidays: Now What?

Happy HolidaysI hope everyone had a great Christmas and continue to enjoy your holidays with family and friends. Today I want to come to you with a quick tip for not inviting stress back into your life after the holidays.

Once all the festivities have passed, the idea of cleaning up and taking down the decorations may cause your stress meter to go up again, but it doesn’t have to come back if you implement these quick tips.

  1. This is  a good time to update your holiday card list while everything is fresh in your memory. If it turns out you forgot someone this year, you can always send a New Year’s card. Also try using e-cards if you left someone out.
  2. Host an “undecorating” party! It doesn’t have to be a formal event. Just invite over a couple of family and friends to help you undecorate your home and serve some snacks, drinks or pizza. It’s always more fun with two or more to do the grunt work. You can also have your kids help and make a game of it.
  3. When it comes to Christmas decorations and supplies, use the correct size storage containers that are sturdy and label, label, label! Doing the work now to organize your decorations will save hours when it is time to decorate next year.

I hope these quick tips will help you keep at bay the stress from coming back with the winding down of the season. Until next time…