It's never too early to start planning

Stress-free, present holidays begin right after the big day ends. Rediscover the magic you knew as a child by getting the "chores" done and out of the way early! 

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Home Projects: Now is the Time

If you know you'll be hosting even one holiday event, now is the time to get your schedule ready for those home improvements. Let's face it. Summer is over, your flip flops have been put away and the days of sunning on the deck have gone by. It's time to start nesting. In design, we create "production schedules" to keep our projects on track. We start with a deadline and back track (building in room for issues) to get a schedule for our projects. Start with a list of the things you definitely need to get done around the house and a list of the things you'd like to get done around the house in time for the holidays. If your projects involve other people, be sure to consider their time/deliver

What's a Christmas Journal Anyway?

The holidays are complicated. Shifting plans, too many plans, too many of our own plans and not enough down time. That's enough to make anyone have negative feelings toward the most wonderful time of the year. But, it doesn't have to be that bad! It will take some work from you on the front end, but I promise, you too can be excited about and enjoy the holidays again. Around 2000, I began hosting a New Year brunch for close friends. They would start at 10 a.m. and run until 10 p.m., sometimes later, always ending with pizza, a movie or a bar outing to see a band. It was so much fun, but so exhausting. The amount of planning that went into the day was incredibly intensive. I would start clean

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