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The Christmas holiday should be an enjoyable time to celebrate with family and friends, and have lots of fun and food too! It should be as magical as possible. However, for some people, especially parents, it ends up being a stressful time. For instance, Christmas gives people the opportunity to reconnect, and that could mean having many surprise visits to your home. So how do you ensure you have everything in check? The first thing you can do is start to prepare as early as now. Before the activities hit an all time high, why not sit down and plan ahead? The following post offers advice on this: So why begin Christmas organizing early–and without the benefit of holiday sentiment? Here are six reasons why starting now makes sense–and will help you have more holiday joy, less holiday stress come December: Keep Control of Holiday Decision-Making Yes, the holiday spirit can be magical–and can lead to magical thinking. Those who wait until the spirit moves them to plan their holiday season often find their decisions swept away by the Christmas tide, not made by their conscious choice. Whether they over-spend, over-schedule or over-indulge, they’re dancing to the season’s tune, not in charge of their own celebration. Result: debt, stress and holiday chaos. Read more at Organized Home… The “holiday cheer” is a good thing if it makes you cheerful, but it can also derail you if you don’t have a plan to direct you. Planning early will keep you safe. A good plan should take into account literally everything that you are likely to do during the Christmas holiday. The following post gives you a head start on your planning: Plan a Stress-Free Christmas Holiday Every year I envision lots of time in between Halloween & Christmas and every year without fail I find myself without ‘enough’ time. It’s not like I lose days each year, but Halloween SEEMS so far away from Christmas. Until it’s not. This year I’m a lot more intentional about how I’m preparing and managing my time through the holidays. It’s a good thing because we decided to host Christmas this year for friends and family. Ahhhh! Here’s what I’m committing to this year to hopefully make the holidays stress-free: Make a list … and check it twice For both you and Santa. I keep 3 different Christmas lists with me each year. Read more at The Crazy Organized Blog… A detailed plan will definitely be beneficial, both for you and your family. You can include them in the planning so that there is consensus and everyone knows what to expect – except, of course, if you are planning a surprise. If your family enjoys travelling and adventure, why not plan a Christmas road trip? The following post explains how you can do this: 12 Essential tips to properly prepare for your Christmas road trip Ahhhh yes, the good old road trip. There’s nothing quite like the buzz of loading into the car, putting on… Read More »Here’s How To Ensure Your Christmas Holiday Is Relaxed
With Thanksgiving just a few days away, the rush of the holiday season is about to begin. The month leading up to Christmas has always been my favorite time of year. However, it’s easy to get so swept away with preparations and such that we forget to take a little time to ourselves. Have you thought about taking a day to enjoy the beautiful landscape and some of the other beauties of Charlottesville? The area is simply overflowing with stunning wineries – why not take a simple wine tour, or even enjoy some of these wineries’ upcoming events? It seems like nearly every winery in the area is celebrating the holidays in some way. I found a few of the events that looked the most intriguing, and listed them below. First off, Trump Winery is offering carriage rides! Vineyard Wonderland: Carriage Rides at Trump Winery Celebrate the holiday season at Trump Winery! Our picturesque 1,300 acres will be on display for our 1st annual Vineyard Wonderland: Carriage Rides at Trump Winery. A horse-drawn carriage will take you on a scenic journey through our expansive vineyard, making stops for scenic photo opportunities. … How splendid would it be to ride through Charlottesville’s gorgeous landscape in an open, horse-drawn carriage? Definitely a relaxing way to escape from the holiday bustle for a few hours. This also is a good family-friendly activity that I’m sure the kids would LOVE. Or, if you’re looking for something that’s more public, you could always try Prince Michel Winery’s holiday open house: Holiday Open House Imagine all your holiday shopping finished, all your packages mailed, and all your holiday decorating dilemmas solved. We can take you from stressed out to chilled out at the Prince Michel Holiday Open House. … If you’ve never been to a winery before, this could be a lovely to be introduced. Another option, particularly if you’re looking for somewhere to take that special someone, would be Keswick Vineyards’ Annual Winemaker’s Dinner. Annual Winemaker’s Dinner Join Owners Al and Cindy Schornberg and Winemaker Stephen Barnard for an unforgettable evening of exquisite wine, delicious food and delightful company on Saturday, December 14th from 7pm – 10pm. … If, however, none of these options appeal to you, perhaps you’d like something a little more lively. You might consider my personal favorite upcoming event – Veritas Winery’s New Year’s Eve masquerade. The Masked Ball Celebrate in style! Join us for wine and hors d’oeuvers followed by a five-course winemaker’s dinner at 8 p.m. in Saddleback Hall. There will be dancing until midnight, when the masks come off and the champagne flows! Breakfast follows at 12:30 a.m. … That’s right folks – formal attire, dancing, and masks. If you’ve ever wished that you lived in an Austin novel, this is the place for you. These options are only the ones that I found the most interesting – if they are not what you’d like, here is a listing of dozens of local wineries. Visit their sites for yourself… Read More »Holiday Winery Events