Monday 16 December 2019

A Very Snowy Christmas - 25 Weeks For An Organised Christmas Week 25

Welcome back to A Very Snowy Christmas. Actually, the LAST week of A Very Snowy Christmas! 

We've come so far!! We've wrote lists, decluttered and shopped. We've planned, organised and saved a few quid along the way, and now here we are at our last week, 25. 

Festive scene with a tree and gifts with week 25 in text across the front

If you've kept to the Very Snowy Christmas plan, you will have posted your cards, distributed your gifts and have the next week scheduled out for any hair or beauty appointments, school events and making those lasts visits.

One of the things you should have scheduled in is your Christmas food shopping. Back in September I advised to book your food delivery and to also buy items if and when you can to stock up the cupboards and freezer, and to help spread the cost. The latter should mean you don't have too much to buy for the Christmas food shop. Go over what you've bought already and finalise your delivery, or your list if you're going to the supermarket in person. If you are headed to the supermarket schedule in the time to go. Personally, our food delivery will be coming on Saturday and I'll be popping out to get the fresh items on Monday. 

Another task I'll do this week is plan out my Christmas dinner timings. I usually note the time we'd like to sit down to eat and work from there. On Christmas Eve I set a reminder for Christmas Day to preheat the oven at a certain time to make sure we stay on track.

And that brings A Very Snowy Christmas, 25 Weeks For An Organised Christmas to an end. If you've followed A Very Snowy Christmas each week from the start or joined partway through, THANK YOU!!!

Thank you for reading the posts and being part of A Very Snowy Christmas.

I hope you have a lovely Christmas and that my weekly festive posts have helped you plan early, get organised, spread the cost and have a more relaxing and stress free Christmas. Most importantly though I hope all these tasks have freed up your plans and mean you can enjoy time with your family this Christmas.

Happy Christmas!

Mummy Snowy Owl

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