November 5, 2013

Getting Organised For Christmas

With December fast approaching, the busy Christmas is nearly upon us! To help you get organized for the festival period and stick to your budget we have put together our top tips for getting organized this Christmas with everything from gifts, food and decorations.  Christmas should be a relaxing and enjoyable time of year, so avoid the stress and get organized in 2013…..


Write a List
It may sound obvious, but if it works for Santa, it will work for you! We can all get carried away buying gifts, going way over budget, and a list is a great way to keep on top of the gifts you have purchased, also giving you an opportunity to shop around for the best prices for the gifts on your list.
Start Early
Now Is the perfect time to start picking up the gifts on your lists and keeping them in a safe place. Many stores have now started their mid-season sales ahead of the Christmas rush, so pick up a bargain now for your family and friends all ready for December.
Home Deliveries
As Christmas approaches, many online stores alter their delivery times and more importantly their fees due to high demand. Get online and order your gifts while free delivery is still available and save money!
As well as gifts, purchasing a Christmas tree and decorations can also be expensive! Many online and high street stores are
now stocking artificial Christmas trees, decorations, as well as indoor and outdoor lights – at discounted prices. A number of online stores also offer free delivery on Christmas trees so avoid the hassle of squashing your tree in to the back of your car and order online this year.
Promotions are a firm favorite with many stores as the festive period approaches. Take advantage of these great money saving offers and stock up early before all the good gifts are gone!
Christmas Food and Drink
Busy supermarket tills and empty shelves is often the case when getting your Christmas food and drink shopping. A number of UK Supermarkets now allow you to order your Christmas food in advance, also offering home delivery so you can avoid the hustle and bustle of the supermarket altogether.

No comments:

Post a Comment