100 Days to Christmas

Yes, it is that time of the year again… preparing for many major holidays right around the corner. If you’re like me, you tell yourself to plan so that you can be well prepared for the chaos, but planning doesn’t always happen. You may start, but don’t stay on top of it or on track.

Sometimes a buddy to keep you focused can be a positive!

For those families that celebrate Christmas – well, even for those that may not celebrate this holiday, but need a structured plan – will be able to find a great online buddy and resource in 100 Days to Christmas. It is exactly what many may need to keep us focused on the holiday path.

The Challenge

100 Days to Christmas is an awesome blog that celebrates the special holiday with you by offering a practical daily tip to help readers prepare for the holiday in a calm, productive way without feeling the busy rush that normally sets in during holiday planning.

Some tips offered so far are planning monthly calendars, budgeting, and gift ideas. Each tip is presented as a daily challenge and literally will walk you through exactly what you need to do along with available resources that are helpful to complete your task. A very simple, yet straight forward planning guide to get you go-go-going for the holiday.

Time to Plan

100 Days to Christmas works in conjunction with ListPlanIt.com and all of the great planning forms you can download on the site. Each daily challenge will give you a complete explanation of what you need to do, and can be easily done without the printed forms. Happy Planning!

But, if you choose, you can use the noted ListPlanIt.com forms. To use the specific forms, you must either purchase the 100 Days to Christmas 2011 eBook for $4.99 or purchase a membership to ListPlanIt.com to obtain the forms.

Disclosure: DannieSpeaks will sometimes share with you a hotspot from around the internet. This post is for informational purposes only. I was not compensated, nor obligated, to write about this website or service and my opinions are my own.