100 Days to Christmas 2012 eBook Review


Several weeks ago, I was contacted by Jennifer Tankersley, the owner of ListPlanIt, to review her eBook 100 Days to Christmas 2012. Since this is right up my alley (Christmas! Lists!), I jumped on it.

Did you know that Sunday, September 16, 2012, marks 100 Days to Christmas?!

It seems everyone always laments how they need to start planning for Christmas earlier next year, especially the closer Christmas gets. I’m one of them. Every year I think I’ll start as soon as the new year comes, I may pick up a few things, but quickly loose steam. What I like about 100 Days to Christmas is that it is manageable.

She walks you through planning (and getting it done):

  • wishlists, gift ideas, budgeting
  • cards
  • holiday photos
  • seasonal and holiday crafts
  • establishing traditions
  • entertaining
  • travel and/or hosting plans

The ebook covers more than Christmas, too. Several holidays fall in these 100 days, use this ebook to make the most of them. It includes reminders to enjoy all this season has to offer – apples, pumpkins, cool weather, leaves, etc.

I think my favorite part of the whole thing is the lists. She gives plenty of time to get things done, planning things like crafts and cards early on to do as the season goes on.

Jam packed with checklists, quotes, information and resources for only $5, I give it a good recommendation. I look forward to working through this ebook.

Bottom line

If you would like the extra help of an already planned out to do list or a daily reminder to think ahead, 100 Days to Christmas is for you. If you are naturally organized or have an established holiday routine, it would probably be redundant for you.

Disclosure: I received a free copy of the ebook. All opinions are my own. I promise not to recommend anything that I wouldn’t use myself.

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