That’s the fourth film in a year-long series on how to prepare for a stressful Christmas season. What to do in April to ensure you’re set for the holiday season!
Start planning for Easter now, because it’s like Christmas’ younger brother. It is possible that your Easter celebrations this month could give you an idea for how to better prepare for Christmas. To make this Easter as joyful as possible to our children while keeping myself happy, I’m focusing on planning for future holidays, which I hope to be able to accomplish for Christmas. My favourite assignments to date are the ones due this month. They’re going to give me the impression that I’ve already had everything under control in December.
A 3 – 5 action plan will be sent to you each month. Making small actions now will help you complete some tasks that would normally have to be done in December.
Every single one of these errands will be performed in your presence, and I’ll report back to you on well they went.
Preparation for Christmas was a snap in March, which was ideal for me. Following are my grades for the three assignments we had last month.
Success! Stamps were purchased at the post office when I walked in to mail a return. Easy-peasy.
Make a Promise to Say Thank You Twice
This time, I opted to just collect the cards that we already had on hand instead of purchasing any new ones. The only thing left to do was to organise my materials so that I could practices that lead the one I needed, after a quick inventory.
The additional fluffy socks I recently got will come in useful for a wide range of people in the future. It’s as easy as pie!
Assembling a Christmas tree and decorations
My belief is that this is a great month for all of us to make progress, as I’ve already indicated. When our present storage areas are full, we want to feel that we’re on right track.
There are some people who prefer the Bunny Bunny deliver eggs and gifts to the house & hide them the about house instead than buy gifts on their own. There are, however, a few extra items that just don’t fit into Easter baskets put together by parents and grandparents for your children or grandchildren. Every time I have to give a present, I tend to do it and finish up saying to myself, “This is stupid.”
“This place is overflowing with stuff.” Consequently, if that was the case, you might wish to save a few things from Easter just in case you need them for Christmas. Boom! Start your gift stuffer shopping early this year!