We have combined all the printable pages of our “Purposeful, Peaceful Christmas Planner” into a handy-dandy Ebook! Simply click the link after this post to download and print your Christmas Planner.
Okay, let me set up a quick scene for you. It’s the first week of January. Christmas is behind you, the decorations are packed away (yeah..right!) and you have your current New Year’s Resolution firmly in place. Everything is rolling along at a smooth and wonderful pace. That is….until you head out to the mailbox one day and are greeted with tidings from your dear friends at the credit card companies!
A slightly unpleasant reality, but one that most of us have faced, especially if we have not taken the time now to create a realistic budget for our holiday shopping.
So that is why this week, it is all about the budget! If you are keeping up with your weekly tasks to tackle, then last week you spent some time creating your Christmas List. Not so much naming the exact gifts that you want to find, but rather forming a list of names. Today it is time to build upon that list and set a tentative dollar amount to each name.
Here is the idea. If you know who you need to buy for, and have an idea of your budget, then you will be more aware of your spending and be able to keep it under control. Plan for success ladies! It’s all about the baby steps, but each step matters.
Task to Tackle:
* Set a tentative dollar amount to each name on your Christmas List. Make sure that the overall total falls within your Christmas Budget.
If you want to jump on board – you can still join us!