How are the holidays going for you? Is it all jingle bells, holiday shopping, decorations and Christmas music in your neck of the woods?
Or are you staring at your holiday schedule, wondering how you are supposed to make 3 Christmas turkeys, 6 casseroles, 8 pies and partridge in a pear tree, all within 3 days of each other?
Let’s be real. Holidays can be crazy and hectic. The chaos can feel overwhelming and can be the wind that makes the house of cards come tumbling down.
If you feel like you are close to a complete collapse this holiday season, let me encourage you to take that business brain of yours and apply it to your holiday schedule.
A little bit of organization, prior proper planning (as my husband would say) and a system or two and your holidays can feel much more manageable and enjoyable for everyone!
One of my FAVORITE ways to do this is with a shared holiday food planner! There’s no reason you need to do the entire holiday dinner, brunch and lunch this year. Let your family help out and plan a potluck where everyone brings something to eat.
I do this every year with my family and to make it even easier, I put together a cheat sheet just for you!
You can grab my Holiday Food Planning Template here and start using it now to plan your holiday dinners with family!
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