You've decided: this is the year you'll celebrate the holiday season from a home that is clean, organized and ready for Christmas. You dream of holiday parties, overnight house guests, Christmas cookies, a decorated home and a calm and stress-free holiday season.There's only one problem: right now, you're living in domestic chaos. How to create a clean home for the holidays?
Looking around your home, you don't know where to begin. Dust bunnies and ceiling cobwebs announce that deep-cleaning is long over-due, and the guest room? Forget about it! It's home to moving boxes, unfinished crafts and last winter's stained jackets and unmatched mittens.
What's the answer? You need a plan: the Holiday Grand Plan.
This question has been asked about our Christmas organizing plans quite a bit in recent days. Time to take a stab at answering it.
Right off the bat, I'd say there's no "should" about which plan to follow. Which plan, no plan, custom plan--it's all up to your personal choice. But I did want to write about what the differences are, so that each one of us can make the right choice for ourselves.
Ready to get organized for Christmas with the Holiday Grand Plan? Weekly assignments during the Autumn months make it easy to create a clean and organized home for Christmas.
First step: create a Christmas planner to serve as command central for your holiday planning. With free printable calendars and weekly checklists, your planner will guide you through each week of the Holiday Grand Plan.
Don't stop there! Printable holiday planning pages add gift lists, Christmas card lists, household inventories and other specialty forms to round out your Christmas planner. Include free printable dividers, planner covers and lined blank pages to your notebook for a complete Christmas organizing solution,
Ready to get organized for Christmas with the Holiday Grand Plan? Our whole-house Christmas organizing plan kicks off on Sunday, August 30!
Print these Holiday Grand Plan 2015 calendar pages to prepare for the holiday season with the Web's oldest Christmas organizing plan. Week by week the HGP will take you closer to your goal: a clean and organized home for Christmas.
By breaking down holiday preparations into easy-to-manage steps, the HGP's assignments keep you moving and motivated throughout the plan. Weekly checklists record and organize each set of home clean-up and holiday prep assignments. Each week offers a special focus, to keep you on-track and on time.
Ready? Holiday Grand Plan 2015 begins on Sunday, August 30... for an organized Christmas!