Wow, who can believe it’s two weeks to Christmas? If you’re like me, Christmas has snuck up on us and I for one, am not at all prepared this year.I am a lists girl! Its help me to get clear on what needs to get done and what Christmas gifts to buy.
To make your Christmas easier I am sharing my free printable checklists to help you get everything ready for Santa.
Our printable planners include a
Please feel free to print out the Christmas Checklists to make your Christmas planning easier. (I have included a few different templates for you to use.)
If you are ordering any platters, ham, turkey or festive food, remember to get your orders in at the butchers or caterers now. Don’t leave it to the last minute if you want to make sure that you get what you need.
Check your gifts and pop into the shops to finish off any forgotten gifts. It may be handy to have a box with Christmas Essentials like a screwdriver, scissors, batteries that you might need on Christmas day to open gifts and replace batteries.
If you’re wanting to give the house a deep clean before Christmas plan to do it a week before Christmas. This helps reduce stress closer to Christmas and you can do a light clean a day before Christmas.
Do your food shopping two days before Christmas. Remember to take your list along and tick off as you go.
Set the table and prep as much of the food as possible the day before Christmas. Give the house a quick overall clean or tidy up if needed.
Remember the cookies and milk for Santa.
Once the kids are in bed and Santa has laid out the gifts, sit back and relax with your favourite glass of wine and some nibbles.
Christmas Day is going to be busy but also rewarding. Who doesn’t love seeing the excited faces of the little ones as they open their gifts!
And if you have teenagers like me, enjoy the sleep in and yes, while they might not show it, deep down inside they still enjoy the magic of Christmas.
Wishing you and your loved ones a holiday filled with love and laughter.