This is a sponsored post in conjunction with  Mom It Forward Influencer Network and The Council for Responsible Nutrition. As always, all my opinions in this post are 100% my own!  

 

Is one of your New Year’s resolutions include losing weight or being healthy? How did I guess? According to Statistic Brain, over 55% of New Year’s resolutions include health and/or weight loss. So I guess we’re all in good company right?

 

Well, for right NOW we are.

 

In fear of sounding like a Debbie Downer, I always wonder how many people keep up their New Year’s resolutions come …. say October? Heck even June? Let’s make it easy, April? Or even one month in … February?

The gold standard rule to stick with a new goal is to continuously do it for 21 days in a row. Supposedly if you can make it 21 days, you’re much more likely to stay with it long term.

While I’m no expert on health and weight loss, I’m pretty disciplined with planning and organization. So many resolutions & goals that don’t make it past the 21 day mark probably could with a little planning and organization. 

Here’s how I’m incorporating a little planning & organization in to my

Health & Wellness New Year’s Resolution

Get a Plan

I start with an annual goal and break it down to monthly milestones that I need to accomplish to hit my goal. For some it might also be helpful to take it a step further to weekly milestones, but I know that weekly is just too much for me. The key to setting the annual goals is to make them tangible and measurable. For example, ‘become healthier this year’ is great and all (don’t we all want to be healthier?), but it’s difficult to  determine success at the end of the year. Another way to write it could be ‘loose x pounds this year’ or ‘train and successfully complete a ½ marathon’.

 

To Do List

Yes, we all have one. Some are longer than others. I review my annual goals and monthly milestones to determine the action items I need to take.

While a to-do list may seem like a necessary evil, having one central location where all your action items live is truly the most efficient way to get things done. No need to have a separate list to keep goal oriented action items in. It will be more streamlined (and likely easiest) to add these new action items right in to your already existing to-do list. Hopefully you’re already trained to look at your to-do list regularly (:) ). Personally, I use the app ToDoist, but there are many options for smart phone apps and even more paper printable to-do lists.

 

Prepping Meals in Advance

I like to grocery shop once a week, with a list in hand of everything I’ll need for each meal for the coming week. In order to do this, prior to my trip I plan out each meal for the next 7 days. As planned as I am, I’m never 100% perfect with meal planning. I’m OK with that because even if I stick with it 90% of the time, I save time, money and eat healthier. I’ve never been known to grab a healthy vegetable when extreme hunger hits and I have no food prepared!

 

Supplements made Easy

Since we all know there is no such thing as a perfect diet (don’t we wish!), dietary supplements help fill nutrition gaps and promote overall health and wellness for the many Americans who cannot get enough essential nutrients from diet alone. More than 170 million Americans take dietary supplements each year, according to a survey from the Council for Responsible Nutrition, so you’re in good company if you already are taking one.

Since supplements work best if you actually take them regularly (:) ) and since I have an awful memory, I use a pill case stored with all my daily toiletries. It makes it fool proof, even for me.

Another fun fact: The multivitamin is the most popular dietary supplement, with 75 percent of supplement users taking one, according to a 2016 survey from the Council for Responsible Nutrition. So that’s what I fill up my pill case with each week!

 

Exercise in my Calendar

I noticed recently that although I add all work and personal events into my Google calendar, I wasn’t incorporating exercise time into my calendar. Since it wasn’t in my calendar and I wasn’t getting reminders to exercise, it soon became out of sight out of mind. By simply scheduling my workouts, just like I do conference calls, it encouraged me to stick with it and commit.

 

Double Dip Exercise

I love eating out and grabbing drinks with girlfriends as a way to socialize. In fact it might be one of my favorite things to do. But with goals to be healthier this year and only so many hours in a day, I’ve started trading in my dinners for walks with friends (easy way to exercise while still getting some quality friend time). Living in Seattle, I have so many hiking options available. Admittedly I’m not exactly a ‘nature girl’, but I’ve started taking advantage of some of the outdoor opportunities that Washington has to offer. It’s been a great way to try something new while getting in some serious exercise.

 

Making Water Delicious

Whether your goal is to lose weight or become healthier this year, drinking water should be high on the list. Now I’ll admit it. I hate water. Yep I do. I’d rather have a cup of coffee or ANYTHING else other than water and rarely reach my daily water intake. So to encourage my stubborn self to drink more water, each week, I make a couple large jugs of infused flavored water. Once I finish drinking them, I simply refill the water.

 

Reviews & Revising

After years of not sticking with resolutions that I deem not important, I’ve learned the value of reviewing and revising my goals regularly. I decided that there’s no shame in changing or removing a goal that no longer makes sense. For example, a couple years ago I was insistent on running a half marathon. While it sounds like a reasonable healthy goal, half way through the year of training I finally came to grips with the fact that I hate running. Yep, I just don’t like it. It was a big lesson learned on setting goals that I actually WANT to accomplish. But I also gave myself permission to change this goal to something I DO want to accomplish. Ever since then I review my goals at least monthly.

 

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WELCOME TO MERRY MONDAY 132

Hello everyone! Welcome to our weekly blogger showcase. We’re featuring some of our FAVORITE DIY projects and recipes from the past week by a group of amazing bloggers! Come take a look at our favorite projects that we’re dying to try out … next weekend!

 

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As I’m sure many of you can relate, some home projects are home runs and others are epic fails. Not every creative organizing solution I envision in my head ends up working out in reality. But then some of them do.

We wanted to take some time to show you our most successful 10 organizing projects of 2016. Some of these projects were a gamble … I wasn’t sure if it would be a hit or miss, but fortunately these were hits!

 

1 | Christmas Light Storage

Storing Christmas lights has to be the WORST Christmas decoration to store. And even worse to take out of storage. Am I right? I used a simple piece of cardboard to make the whole process A LOT easier!

The BEST way to store and organize your Christmas lights!

2 | Pringles Can Pen Holder 

This was a silly ‘hail Mary’ type of project that I honestly wasn’t sure if would actually hold up. Well over 9 months later, I’m still using these DIY pen holders in my craft closet. Added bonus: You’ll be forced to eat all the Pringles first. You’re welcome!

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3 | Triangular Drawer Storage 

I could spend every last dollar I have on storage gadgets. I LOVE them. But unfortunately I couldn’t find any triangular drawer storage dividers to store small odds & ends next to our extra long grilling supplies. So I made my own. There’s a first time for everything!

DIY triangular kitchen drawer divider step by step guide solves all my kitchen storage problems!

4 | Wine Tag Labels

One member of my family drinks the fancy wine and the other drinks lots of the cheap stuff. I’ll let you guess who is who, but to ensure I don’t accidentally grab the wrong bottle, I made these wine tag labels to easily denote type and price.

5 | Hair Dryer Storage 

Cabinet space is at a premium in our home, so taking up an entire bathroom cabinet for my hair dryer, straightener and curling iron wasn’t an option. Hair dryer storage products that I found in stores we’re just as bulky, defeating the purpose. So I made my own hair dryer storage VERY frugally with a couple thrift store items.

6 | Wrapping Paper Drawer Liners

I love pretty drawer liners. It ‘beautifies’ any drawer (and everything inside)… in the bathroom, kitchen, dresser, or night stand. But sometimes it’s hard to find the right pattern. Fortunately there’s a HUGE supply of beautiful wrapping paper available in almost much every store. This step by step guide to covering wrapping paper with contact paper to create the pretty drawer liners was a huge hit on the blog.

7 | Portable Medical Binder 

Keeping medical documents organized might have been the most difficult organization project that I tackled in 2016. But it felt oh so good once it was accomplished. I finally found a system that works.

8 | Monthly Greeting Card Organizer 

Organizing my greeting cards by the MONTH I need to use them completely ROCKED my world. Each month I simply grab the cards from the current month’s tab to fill out and mail.

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9 | Lunch Prep Station 

I know that packing and making lunches ahead of time will save me both time and money. But it always seems like such a hassle as I’m rushing out the door in the morning. I created a lunch prep station in my kitchen to make preparing lunches a breeze!

Lunch Prep Station

10 | Canvas Bags to Store Dirty Towels 

I hate running upstairs to the laundry room every time I needed to put a dirty kitchen towel away. These cute canvas bags hooked on the back of our kitchen closet made storing dirty towels SO much easier. Then once the bag was full, I do a load of laundry. (a win for organization and for this lazy girl!)

dirty towels

Here’s hoping that 2017 will be just as organized as 2016!

 

 

 

 

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The best ways to prepare for your new baby!

When I ‘spilled the beans’ and told my girlfriends I was pregnant and due in April, they all assumed I had everything figured out. I heard lots of “oh I bet you’re so organized with everything”, “I’m sure you’ve already heard about x, y or z”, or “you’ve probably already done x a while ago”. Well, NO for the record I haven’t done any of those things yet and my head was officially spinning! Since this is my first pregnancy I had (read: STILL have) no clue what I’m doing or what I should be doing.

I decided early on that I wanted to make the most of my pregnancy time and get as much done as possible. And I’m not just talking about baby stuff. This includes non baby related projects that I want to get done around the house (arrr …. getting blinds for the home we’ve lived in for over 2 years). You know those projects that unfinished drive you crazy, but you just haven’t carved out time to complete yet. While I know I keep busy NOW, but I had NO idea what life was going to be like come April with a new baby boy joining the family. So no time like the present (or the next 9 months)…..

The best ways to prepare for your new baby!

How I Prepared for Our Baby!

Baby List

The very first thing I did was create a master list of everything that needed to be done before the baby arrives. Since I wasn’t really sure WHAT needed to be done, I spent the first month asking my friends lots of questions, reading books, and … well Googling. I complied over 100 things that needed to be accomplished before April. I know I know. That sounds CRAZY. While over 100 things to do does sound a bit nutty, I made the list extremely granular to help me take action on it.

For example, instead of just listing ‘baby announcements’ as a to-do item, I broke it down further – 1) make a list of everyone we want to send baby announcements to, 2) get addresses of everyone, 3) find a announcement design that I like. While breaking down an action item into smaller items adds a lot more to-dos, it also makes it much more ACTIONABLE.

If you need some help coming up with your list, check out my Top 10 Unique Things to Do Before You’re Due to get the ideas flowing.

The best ways to prepare for your new baby!

Home Projects

I spent a good two hours walking through each inch of our townhouse one weekend writing down every project I would like to get done (if time were no object). In a way it was kind of a ‘dream list’. Once completed, I reduced down the list to the realistic projects that were important to complete. This ended up being about half the items on the list to get done before the baby arrived.

Calendar 

Now that the to-do lists were complete (or work in progress) I moved everything over to my calendar. I’m a pen and paper gal, especially when it comes to huge projects (did I just call having a baby that?? Well, you know what I mean, right?!). Incorporating my baby tasks in to my AT-A-GLANCE calendars made perfect sense. I simply denoting baby oriented events and tasks in a blue pen.

I took my baby list & home projects list and designated a specific month that I will commit to accomplishing each task. This alone made me feel SO much less stressed. Huge to-do lists are great and all, but then you’ve got to get the work done. Keep in mind that in the 3rd trimester you may be less mobile AND you have no control over your due date! My goal is to have everything accomplished 1 month prior to my due date. This leaves me a little wiggle room for last minute odds & ends in case the baby arrives early.

Here’s how I organize my calendars ….

The best ways to prepare for your new baby!

Weekly calendar

  • Tracking how far along I am by weeks
  • Details on doctors appointments, baby showers, & baby classes
  • Find available slots of time to complete items on my master to do list (making a calendar appointment helps me get the work done!)
  • List of questions to ask my doctor in the Notes section for the week of the appointment

Monthly calendar

  • Vacations
  • Doctor appointments & classes
  • Tracking how far along I am by weeks
  • Due date!
  • Family & friends visiting

Suggestions

In the back of my planner, I keep a list of baby product suggestions I receive from friends. Until a friend mentioned to me, I never heard of Boppy, FridaBaby, or Bumbo before!

The best ways to prepare for your new baby!

The best ways to prepare for your new baby!

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It’s the last day of the 12 Days of Christmas Ideas Series as we take a look at our favorite beautiful and unique holiday wreaths!

We found the 12 most beautiful and unique Christmas Wreaths on the web! We love the creativity and originality of these incredible wreaths!

1 Red & White

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2 Santa Gingerbread Man

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3 Poinsettia 

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4 Buffalo Check

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5 Hanging Ceiling Wreath

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6 Jeweled 

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7 Starburst

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8 Winter Woodland

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9 Fall to Winter Transition

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10 Cookie Cutters

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11 Mint & Berry

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12 Ornaments

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Join us for the 12 Days of Christmas Ideas Series along with eleven other amazing bloggers. We’ve rounded up the best of the best Christmas ideas to make your holiday season more festive and fun.

Every day December 1 – 12th we will be sharing a new collection of Christmas ideas rounded up from the best blogs around the web. That’s a total of 144 awesome Christmas ideas to make your holiday season easier and more fun! Some of our topics include Decor, DIY, Organization, Food, Games and so much more. We don’t want to spoil the fun by telling you too much. Being surprised is way more fun 🙂 . Now is the perfect time to subscribe so you’ll be the first to know!

 

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Shirley of Intelligent Domestications ~ Erlene of My Pinterventures ~ Lindsay of Crazy Organized

Michelle of Our Crafty Mom ~ Stephanie of The Tip Toe Fairy ~ Lorelai of Life With Lorelai

Katie of The Organized Dream ~ Amanda of The Kolb Corner ~ Marie of DIY Adulation

Megan of C’mon Get Crafty ~ Sara of Twelve On Main ~ Kim of Made in a Day

CHECK BACK EVERY DAY NOW THROUGH DECEMBER 12TH FOR MORE CHRISTMAS IDEAS!

Day 1 Intelligent Domestications ~ Hilarious Christmas Party Games

Day 2 My Pinterventures ~ The Best Homemade Christmas Food Gifts

Day 3 The Crazy Organized Blog ~ Christmas Decoration Storage

Day 4 Our Crafty Mom ~ Christmas Tablescapes for Every Style

Day 5 The Tip Toe Fairy ~ Christmas Card Holders

Day 6 Life with Lorelai ~ Holiday Traditions

Day 7 The Organized Dream ~ Fabulously Festive Gift Wrapping Ideas

Day 8 The Kolb Corner ~ Handmade Christmas Ornaments

Day 9 DIY Adulation ~ Christmas Print Outs

Day 10 C’mon Get Crafty ~ Ways to Make Christmas Amazing for Kids

Day 11 Twelve on Main ~ Christmas Fireplace Displays

Day 12 Made In A Day ~ 12 Beautiful + Unique Holiday Wreaths

 

 

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WELCOME TO MERRY MONDAY 133

Hello everyone! Welcome to our weekly blogger showcase. We’re featuring some of our FAVORITE DIY projects and recipes from the past week by a group of amazing bloggers! Come take a look at our favorite projects that we’re dying to try out … next weekend!

Meet the group of bloggers selecting our favorite projects!

My Pinterventures | Pinterest

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The Kolb Corner | Pinterest

Intelligent Domestications | Pinterest

Inside the Fox Den | Pinterest

C’mon Get Crafty | Pinterest

The Organized Dream | Pinterest

Crazy Organized | Pinterest

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Take a look at our 12 favorite blog posts featuring some of the best recipes, home projects and DIYs on the web from the past week!

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Erlene’s pick: Stitched Christmas Tree Necklace | Flamingo Toes  (PIN IT)

Kim’s pick: “Let it Snow” Christmas Wreath | The Happy Housie (PIN IT) 

Amanda’s pick: Pinecone Swag | Small Home Soul (PIN IT)

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Shirley’s pick: Hand Lettered Holiday Treat Bags | Lolly Jane (PIN IT)

Chelc’s pick: Hot Chocolate Bar for Caroling Party | Aspen Jay (PIN IT)

Megan’s pick: Frosted Sugar Cookie Fudge | Kleinworth & Co. (PIN IT)

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Katies’s pick: Bud Vase Candle Holder Centerpiece and Christmas Tablescape | Bless’er House (PIN IT)

Lindsay’s pick: How to Clean and Preserve Pine Cones | The Kolb Corner (PIN IT)

Emily’s pick: Colorful Felt Candy Garland | Growing up Gabel  (PIN IT)

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Marie’s pick: How to Make Character Stocking Holders in Five Minutes | Rain on a Tin Roof (PIN IT

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12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS IDEAS

‘Make Christmas Magical for Kids’

It’s day eleven of the 12 Days of Christmas Ideas Series and we’re loving all these creative ways to make Christmas extra special and magical for the kiddos. My favorite part of these ideas is that they’re not only fun, but so easy to do!

 

Hi all!  I am so excited to be showing you some of my most favorite Christmas Mantels as part of this 12 days of Christmas series.

What do you love about Christmas mantels?  Is it the garland, the lights or the stockings?  I am a sucker for stockings.  Check out these 12 Christmas mantels and maybe they will inspire you.

I thought I’d start it off with my Christmas mantel from this year.  My farmhouse mantel.

1 Farmhouse

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2 Fresh Greens Wreath

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3 Sparkly Farmhouse

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4 Southern Elegance

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5 Peace

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6 Vintage Rustic

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7 Spindle Candles

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8 Country

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9 Contemporary Festive

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10 Flowers & Berries

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11 Wooden Garland

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12 Reindeers 

Take at look at these breathtaking Christmas mantels. With step by step instructions, you'll be able to create your own in no time!{source}

Take at look at these breathtaking Christmas mantels. With step by step instructions, you'll be able to create your own in no time!

Take a look at ALL our Christmas ideas!

Day 1 Hilarious Christmas Party Games

Day 2 The Best Homemade Christmas Food Gifts

Day 3 Christmas Decoration Storage

Day 4 Christmas Tablescapes for Every Style

Day 5 Christmas Card Displays

Day 6 Christmas Traditions

Day 7 Fabulously Festive Gift Wrapping Ideas

Day 8 Handmade Christmas Ornaments

Day 9 Christmas Printables

Day 10 Make Christmas Magical for Kids

Day 11 Christmas Mantels

Day 12 Beautiful + Unique Holiday Wreaths

Join us for the 12 Days of Christmas Ideas Series along with eleven other amazing bloggers. We’ve rounded up the best of the best Christmas ideas to make your holiday season more festive and fun.

Every day December 1 – 12th we will be sharing a new collection of Christmas ideas rounded up from the best blogs around the web. That’s a total of 144 awesome Christmas ideas to make your holiday season easier and more fun! Some of our topics include Decor, DIY, Organization, Food, Games and so much more. We don’t want to spoil the fun by telling you too much. Being surprised is way more fun 🙂 . Now is the perfect time to subscribe so you’ll be the first to know!

 

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Shirley of Intelligent Domestications ~ Erlene of My Pinterventures ~ Lindsay of Crazy Organized

Michelle of Our Crafty Mom ~ Stephanie of The Tip Toe Fairy ~ Lorelai of Life With Lorelai

Katie of The Organized Dream ~ Amanda of The Kolb Corner ~ Marie of DIY Adulation

Megan of C’mon Get Crafty ~ Sara of Twelve On Main ~ Kim of Made in a Day

 

 

 

 

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12 Days of Christmas Ideas

‘Make Christmas Magical for Kids’

It’s day ten of the 12 Days of Christmas Ideas Series and we’re loving all these creative ways to make Christmas extra special and magical for the kiddos. My favorite part of these ideas is that they’re not only fun, but so easy to do! 

1 Elf on the Shelf

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2 Secret Good Deeds

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3 Santa’s Mailbox

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4 Random Acts of Kindness Cootie Catcher

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5 Grow Your Own Candy Canes

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6 Christmas Eve Surprise Box

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7 Christmas Countdown Box

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8 Make Your Own Play Snow

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9 Baking Soda Gingerbread Ornaments

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10 Puzzle Piece Holiday Wreath

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11 DIY Elf Coat

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12 Elf on the Shelf Printable Calendar

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Take a look at ALL our Christmas ideas!

Day 1 Hilarious Christmas Party Games

Day 2 The Best Homemade Christmas Food Gifts

Day 3 Christmas Decoration Storage

Day 4 Christmas Tablescapes for Every Style

Day 5 Christmas Card Displays

Day 6 Christmas Traditions

Day 7 Fabulously Festive Gift Wrapping Ideas

Day 8 Handmade Christmas Ornaments

Day 9 Christmas Printables

Day 10 Make Christmas Magical for Kids

Day 11 Christmas Mantels

Day 12 Beautiful + Unique Holiday Wreaths

Join us for the 12 Days of Christmas Ideas Series along with eleven other amazing bloggers. We’ve rounded up the best of the best Christmas ideas to make your holiday season more festive and fun.

Every day December 1 – 12th we will be sharing a new collection of Christmas ideas rounded up from the best blogs around the web. That’s a total of 144 awesome Christmas ideas to make your holiday season easier and more fun! Some of our topics include Decor, DIY, Organization, Food, Games and so much more. We don’t want to spoil the fun by telling you too much. Being surprised is way more fun 🙂 . Now is the perfect time to subscribe so you’ll be the first to know!

Meet The Bloggers

Shirley of Intelligent Domestications ~ Erlene of My Pinterventures ~ Lindsay of Crazy Organized

Michelle of Our Crafty Mom ~ Stephanie of The Tip Toe Fairy ~ Lorelai of Life With Lorelai

Katie of The Organized Dream ~ Amanda of The Kolb Corner ~ Marie of DIY Adulation

Megan of C’mon Get Crafty ~ Sara of Twelve On Main ~ Kim of Made in a Day

 

 

 

 

 

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