The holidays can feel like you have 1 million things going on all at once. To really bring this plan to life, here are a few tips that will hopefully help you, but also keep you organized this Christmas season.
1. Create a holiday calendar.
2. Have a few extra gifts on hand. Just in case.
3. Clean out your refrigerator and freeze!
4. Shop smart.
5. Create a wrapping plan/schedule.
6. Focus on what’s important.
7. Stay organized when cleaning, such as, wrapping Christmas lights around hangers.
8. Have fun!
9. Give social media a time-out and don’t worry about what everyone else is doing.
10. Try not to say one negative thing Christmas day.
About the outfit-
It seems that all I talk about as of lately (or post to my Instagram account) are pictures of this jumper, but let’s face it a good jumper makes the world go round. This jumpsuit takes style to a whole new lever. It’s a jumpsuit but I like to view it as a classy ‘overall’ look. I feel in love with the straps. You too?!
You can style a once piece jumper in so many ways. Take for instance this look. I paired it with a great bow blouse from Calvin Klein. The bow tie adds a little more feminine style to the jumpsuit, while the jumpsuit keeps it edge[ie]. I have another great look that you can pair with this jumpsuit coming up soon. In the meantime, I’m trying to keep my eyes peeled on a warm and fuzzy teddy coat!! It’s seriously everywhere this season!
Winter Bucket List
As someone who grew up in the sticks. I never really got a chance to explore. I’ve experienced love within a family, but nothing really ever for myself. This coming up year I want to take the time to do things I’ve never done before, and I’m starting with winter. There is no better time for quiet reflections, for hopeful dreaming, and for all of the best comforts of home then in the winter months. So I figure this would be a pretty good season to start planning. The first thing on my bucket list is to find an ice rink and go skating. I’ll keep you posted!