- Organized Christmas This site offers a lot of recipes and homemade gift ideas. They suggest you have a Grand Plan (their term) and use a notebook to keep all of your recipes, receipts, and lists organized. Sounds good in theory.
- Organized Home - Christmas A general home organization site, it too uses a notebook. There are even printable forms you can put in your organizer. There's lots of useful information too, like sections devoted to freezer cooking, cleaning your house, and getting rid of clutter.
- Speaking of lists, if you need a list, chances are its here. Of course, it ain't free. And I'm too cheap to have someone else make my lists for me but hey, you're you.
- Christmas Organizing This one is by a woman who calls herself a "Christmas Coach". She's even on Facebook. There's a lot of ideas here, but not a lot of depth.
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
Just like everyone else, I have a "favorites" tab in my task bar at the top of my screen. For the longest time, it was just filled with my favorites, until my kids figured out that they wanted to save their favorite web sites too. So mixed in with my gardening blogs and coupon sites, there are sites like..."How to make a realistic werewolf mask", and "how to make a fake Pepsi bottle and hide stuff in it". I even found one that gives instructions on how to create realistic fake squirting blood from a wound, which of course begs the question, "why?" Anyway, while looking at my favorite blogs I was faced with the realization that they're all talking about Christmas already. (!) I don't know if these super-organized people are in the minority, or if I am. (I'm going to choose to believe that they are...) So here's my contribution to being organized this Christmas.