September 18, 2012

100 Days to Christmas

As I type this, there are actually 99 days until Christmas. Can you believe it? Where on earth has 2012 gone?

Whether we like it or not, Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas are on their way. I couldn’t be more excited about the joy and merriment that the holiday season brings, but I also know it doesn’t come without a bit of stress.

I always fret over budgeting for Christmas gifts, what to buy each person on my list, how to execute the perfect holiday dinner…the list goes on and on.

My friend Katie mentioned 100 Days to Christmas the other day and I was intrigued. After doing a little research, I discovered this e-book is “a journey that begins on September 16th and leads you step-by-step towards a peaceful and meaningful holiday season.”

An organized approach to the holiday chaos??? SIGN ME UP!

100 Days to Christmas is such a great idea for an organizational freak like me. I’m able to look past the grammatically incorrect title because the concept is so great. The e-book gives you a little task to complete every day from September 16th right up to Christmas so all of the mundane tasks get done in an organized and timely manner. And the e-book is only $5! It comes with links to print outs, calendars and lists.

In order to actually print the lists you need to get a subscription to, but it’s only $20 and you get access to hundreds of printables for a year. I’ve also printed lots of meal planners and grocery lists that have nothing to do with the e-book. You better believe I’m getting my $20 worth.

I just thought I’d share this fun idea with you. I love nothing more than crossing things off a to do list, so I have a feeling I’m really going to enjoy the next 98 days.

Even if you haven’t started- it’s not too late! You can easily get caught up on the first few days.

Happy holiday planning, friends!

The Duchess


  1. Brittany (Healthy Slice of Life)

    September 18, 2012 at 4:51 pm — Reply

    What kind of tasks? I’d love some organizational help :)

    • Molly

      September 18, 2012 at 6:05 pm — Reply

      It would have been helpful for me to include that info, huh? Things like printing and filling out calendars, setting your gift-buying budget, holiday meal planning, etc.

  2. Angie

    September 19, 2012 at 9:04 pm — Reply

    Ill need to check this out! I LOVE Christmas, but it does always bring some sort of stress and chaos! I have started buying to spread out the spending already and hoping it helps and not impulse buying the week before Christmas :)

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