Tips & tricks for planning for Christmas in November.

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If you are new to my blog you may not know that I’ve published a check list of things you can do in November to get ahead with your Christmas planning. You can find my November Christmas Planning check list by clicking here.

I’ve been adding to this list and perfecting it for a number of years now so I hope you will find it really useful.  If you have any great ideas for additional Christmas planning tips please let me know by leaving a comment below.  I’d love to her from you.

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November Christmas Planning Tips.

Over the years I’ve built up a month by month set of Christmas planning tips.  This is just a quick blog post to remind you that it’s not too late to check out my November Christmas Planning Tips page.  If you can think of a great ‘get-ahead’ idea that I have already got I’d love to hear from you.  Please just leave a comment on this blog.

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Your 100 Day Plan For A Perfect Christmas

It’s hard to believe that we’ve already reached the 100 days until Christmas milestone and you can be certain that the next 100 days will disappear faster than ever and you’ll be sitting down to enjoy your Christmas Dinner before you know it.

Over the years I’ve developed some helpful Christmas Planning check lists for the next 100 days which you might find helpful to print out and tick off as you complete each task.  If you can suggest a Christmas Planning tip that I haven’t already got then it would be great if you could post it as a comment below so I can build it into my lists for next year.

Anyway here are the Christmas Planning tasks broken down by month:

September Christmas Planning Tasks

October Christmas Planning Tasks

November Christmas Planning Tasks

December Christmas Planning Tasks

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Just 15 weekends left before Christmas Day

When you’re out and about this weekend consider that as of today (Sept 11th 2009) there are just 104 days left to go before Christmas and including this weekend just 15 weekends.  If you haven’t already done so, now would be a good time to read my September Christmas Planning List and start as you mean to go on for a well planned stress free, happy Christmas this year.

If you can think of anything else which should be on my September or indeed October Christmas planning lists please let me know by leaving a comment below.

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