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Countdown to Christmas Part 4 – After This Enjoy!

Style Organization decorates for Christmas
Style Organization decorates for Christmas

Reminder, your last list!

With just over two weeks to go here is the last checklist to getting it done easily while still enjoying the season.

  • Take the family on a drive at night to see the Christmas lights.
  • Record a special message on your voicemail.
  • Put up your tree. If it is a real tree, keep the stand full of water.
  • Trim the tree with (if not already done), the family. Make it a mini party.
  • Cook any special dishes and freeze until needed.
  • Have a family baking day. Cookies anyone?
  • Start giving out gifts and tips.
  • Finalize the Christmas menu.

Stress Busters:

  • Company coming? Put out nuts, antipasto, cheese, crackers, and fruit.  No additional cooking or shopping required.
  • Serve beer and wine only.
  • If time is short rent china and glasses from a party supplier, no washing up!
  • Get enough sleep and exercise.

Shopping List:

  • Stock up with snack supplies and batteries.
  • Place any special orders for fresh turkey and platters.
  • Ingredients for dishes that you plan to make ahead.
  • Restock any drinks and Liquor that you may have already used up.
  • Anything that you forgot to buy from last week’s list. 

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from Carolina at Style Organization


The work version I am a versatile client-focused professional with wide-ranging experience in organizing, coaching and motivating with the ability to multi-task whatever the situation. My company, Style Organization is committed to helping people through strategies that assist in moving them forward positively with humour and energy. The Social Version is the same just substitute family & friends for clients and colleagues. I enjoy all the fine things in life, reading, theater, opera, gardening, cooking, entertaining, fashion, travel, anything vintage and adores good company. I am presently still restoring and renovating a 1928 Tudor Revival house.

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