Day 76 – Many, many people will be traveling either for Thanksgiving or Christmas. This is no small undertaking, especially if you have children in tow. Tell us if and where you will be traveling for the holidays.
Day 77 – If you haven’t already, plan your family’s Christmas card photo by booking a photographer or scheduling some time on the weekend to gather everyone together for a photo or searching through your family vacation photos for the one where you are all tanned and happy. Everyone likes a photo in their Christmas card. Tell us your best tips for great family photos!
Day 78 – Every year, friends and family move, give birth, or do something to alter their contact information. Before it gets hectic, take some time to update the addresses of those to whom you plan to send Christmas cards. How do you keep track of addresses year after year?
Day 79 – Now that you’ve brainstormed ideas for your Christmas correspondence, which of your friends and family will make the list? Every year, I make small changes to my card list, often adding new friends. How many people are usually on your Christmas card list?
Day 80 – Not everyone sends them, but everyone likes to get them. Even in the age of Facebook and social networks, Christmas cards are a great way to stay in touch with friends and family. I’ve seen lots of creative ideas for sending letters and and family photos. Tell us your favorite Christmas card ideas!