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In Get Yourself Organized for Christmas, Kathi Lipp gives you easy-to-follow steps to reduce the stress of the holiday season. By putting into practice her tricks and tips, you'll finally be able to fully enjoy this most wonderful time of the year.
Number of Pages: 144
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2015
|Dimensions: 8.00 X 5.25 (inches)|
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Have you lost your Christmas joy? Does the thought of jam-packed malls, maxed-out credit cards, overcrowded supermarkets, and endless to-do lists give you the feeling that maybe Scrooge was on to something?
In Get Yourself Organized for Christmas, Kathi Lipp provides easy-to-follow steps to reduce the stress of the holiday season, including tactics for how to
- put together a holiday binder you'll use year after year
- determine a budget that won't break the bank
- gather your elf supplies
- get your gift list together (including ideas for various ages and relationships)
- collect your recipes and prep your kitchen
By putting into practice Kathi's tricks and tips, you'll finally be able to fully enjoy this most wonderful time of the year.
Kathi Lipp is a busy conference and retreat speaker and the author of several books, including The Husband Project, The Cure for the "Perfect" Life, and The Get Yourself Organized Project. She and her husband, Roger, live in California and are the parents of four young adults.
beloved569Sterling, COAge: 25-34Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5I'm Ready!September 1, 2015beloved569Sterling, COAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I love this book! To be honest, the past several years Ive let Christmas be led by my mother and mother-in-law with our family get-togethers with them. Weve started just a couple minimal traditions with our girls now 3 and 5. I just never felt capable of anything more. With Kathis help, I now feel like I can have a plan and a plan with a purpose. I can already avoid so much of the chaos and stress that overwhelms so many women but no longer leave it up to someone else to do for me.
SuzieNashville, TNAge: 35-44Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5How Many Days until Christmas?August 23, 2015SuzieNashville, TNAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5After reading that, youre either jumping up and down in your giddiness or trembling with fear.
Me? Im in the first camp. I love the holidays and am one of those annoying people who pop in the Christmas music Nov. 1. Hey, I no longer live under my dads roof and no longer have to adhere to his No Christmas music until after Thanksgiving edict.
Last year I had all of my Christmas shopping done before Thanksgiving. Granted, I am a single gal who lives 3,000 miles away from family and rarely spend the holidays with them due to my job. I dont have to deal with big holiday meals, entertaining, in-laws, or children. And I still found plenty of practical and helpful information in Get Yourself Organized for Christmas: Simple Steps to Enjoy the Season
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Author Kathi Lipp offers readers twenty-one assignments to make the Christmas holidays less stressful and more enjoyable. Some of the lessons (like creating a Christmas binder and organizing your recipes) will take some time. Others (one which includes doing something nice for yourself) will be easy, refreshing, and relaxing.
In my opinion, Lipps best advice deals with deciding which traditions are must haves (or must keeps). Does your family celebration included anything thats always been don that way even if its something no one really cares about? Maybe its time to re-evaluate.
With real-life examples from her own Christmases past, and a few from readers, Lipp helps set the foundation for a holiday season in which you stress less and enjoy what matters most (family, friends, and Christs birth) more.
Added bonuses in the book included some delicious and seemingly simple (I havent tried them yet) recipes as well as five assignments to help you clean everything up after December 25.
Get Yourself Organized for Christmas is available everywhere September 1, 2015.
****Harvest House provided me with a complimentary copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest and fair review. All opinions expressed are my own.