Okay….Here’s goes Part 2.
As always I will get right to it:
- MAKE ROOM:
In my earlier post, I mentioned cleaning up and Donating.
Well, Declutter and make room for all those christmas presents you know are coming your way.
It is extra work but it is worth it.
2. MINIMIZE FOOD PREP:
I know traditionally, especially on Christmas day, we are up doing food prep the night before and right up to the time when we cook the Christmas lunch or dinner.
My tip for Momleaders, is get creative and think of ways you can minimize food prep time.
This is one of the many lessons I share with moms in my coaching program – Take Charge.
This time of the year can be expensive with buying presents, decorating, hosting parties, doing renovations etc.
Two things MomLeaders should do:
– Have a budget
– Stick to the budget.
4. CONSIDER DISPOSABLES:
Do you really have to bring out all the breakables and do all that washing this Christmas season?!?
You already have lots to do, my tip would be to consider using those stashed away disposable plates to make your life easier this season.
5. PLAN, PLAN, PLAN:
Plan your week ahead – those errands, gifts, christmas shopping…
This is the season to plan so that you won’t be overwhelmed and distracted.
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