Is it too early to start thinking about Christmas?
It’s not if you hope to have a smooth December and enjoy a stress-free Christmas season. That can be tough to do if you’re not organized.
Christmas is supposed to be a time of joy. A time for us to reflect on our Savior who came as a baby in a manger and soon took upon Himself the sins of the world.
Instead, we get caught up in all the “stuff” of Christmas: the lights, the decorations, the shopping. And in a world of Facebook, Pinterest, and HGTV, the expectation to transform our homes into a Christmas wonderland can feel overwhelming.
Is it any wonder we put off decorating and shopping until the last minute? The trouble is, procrastination only puts us under more pressure as Christmas Day approaches. That’s why we’ll be discussing how to get ahead of the curve on our Focus on the Family Broadcast “Getting Organized for Christmas,” with popular guest Kathi Lipp.
Kathi offers four easy steps to kick off the Christmas season in the right way:
That’s just the tip of the holiday ivy. You’ll hear even more great ideas that are simple and effective and that will help this truly become “the most wonderful time of the year.”
Join us for “Getting Organized for Christmas” on your local radio station, online, on Apple Podcasts, via Google Podcasts, or take us with you on our free phone app. We’ll help you find more time with your family and with the One the holiday is meant to honor.
After all, that’s what the season is really all about.
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