Due to traumatic experiences around Christmas, I always make sure I have our plans for Christmas figured out by October. No months of anxiety up till Christmas; the knowledge of the ‘what-when-with-who’ question is settled and I only have to focus on decorating our own Dreampack 🙂
Years ago, as management-assistant, I was often responsible for the Christmas party at the office or at least part of the festivity-team. My dear friend Kally of MiddleMe wrote a great article for those, who are in charge of it this year.
“The holidays are here and you suddenly found yourself in charge of planning the special holiday event. For people who haven’t planned their own event before, being assigned this task can be daunting.
However, don’t worry! It is quite easy to plan a Christmas party or any office event if you know where to start….”
READ MORE HERE (click)
In case you’re looking for good tips and advice regarding (freelance-) work, the website of Kally is a fantastic resource.
ps: secretly it is all about the gifts 😛
ps: you can CHOOSE how to spend your Christmas 😉
excellent – holidays can be so stressful…
Indeed, but it doesn’t have to be. I think lots of people make it unnecessarily stressful 😉
true – would be nice to go back to our child minds, when all was a new discovery…