Get a head start on Christmas cards

There are a few things you can do now to take the pressure off in December. One of them is getting a head start on Christmas cards.

I try to spread this out over the month of November.

Week one: address the envelopes.

Week two: write the newsletter, if your family does that, or write personal messages in the cards. Leave the cards in a convenient place for your family members to sign when they have a card

Week three: if you include a photo, choose it now and have copies made.

Week four: buy stamps, stuff and seal the envelopes.

Done. Ready to mail at the beginning of December.

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