100 Things 2 Do Before Christmas Checklist

It’s TIME!

Hallowe’en is over (WAHOO!) and now I can go full-on with Christmas!

I love adore Christmas.  I even went so far as to give one of the girls the middle name “Noelle” (french for Christmas).

It’s not the religious aspects or the gifts – it’s the feeling of warmth and togetherness that it brings.  Decorations come out to make the home cozy and welcoming, baking goes into overdrive to make sure tummies are full and the kids dance around the house with anticipation every day.  To be honest – I don’t particularly love Christmas Eve/Day/Boxing Day themselves – it’s the lead up that gets me giddy.

SO, and to that end, there are a million things to do before the Holidays arrive – so I thought I’d share a printable Christmas checklist to help get you organized.  No use leaving everything ’til the last minute and then rushing through the Holidays with anxiety instead of joy.  This will help spread things out into bite-sized portions.

Yup, there are 100 things 2 do on here:

Christmas Checklist - 100 Things 2 Do leading up to the Holidays

 

Christmas Checklist – 100 Things 2 Do leading up to the Holidays

Now this Christmas checklist came together in about an hour, so I feel fairly confident that it’s not comprehensive (it was too easy) – there are probably other items you’ll need to add, but it’s a great starting point.  You know I’m a sucker for tick boxes, so this will keep me organized and gratified whenever I check off another to-do.

Please, print, share, forward, pin – everyone could use a little help over the Holidays.

100 Things 2 Do Before Christmas - a Holiday planning checklist

Did I mention that I love Christmas?  (I think I love Christmas checklists almost as much.)

Have a great one!

 

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2018-06-18T13:41:32+00:00 November 1st, 2015|100 LISTS, FREE PRINTABLES, HOLIDAYS|11 Comments

11 Comments

  1. Lindsey November 2, 2015 at 10:37 am - Reply

    Love this list! I don’t know if I could manage to do everything on this list, but I’m sure going to try!

    • Shelly @ 100Things2Do.ca November 3, 2015 at 12:52 pm - Reply

      This is my checklist, so as much as it seems crazy to do 100 Things – you’ll probably do far more without even blinking an eye! Thanks for taking the time to comment.

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  3. Terrie July 18, 2016 at 9:26 pm - Reply

    I love lists. You might think I’m crazy but I start planning for Christmas in January!! Every year my goal is to have the bulk of gifts done by Halloween along with a few batches of cookie dough in the freezer. I never quite make it but I just might this year. I love that you put the memory making things on the list. They are on mine too. A must for us is a service project & light display with the grandkids.

    • Shelly @ 100Things2Do.ca July 28, 2016 at 8:33 am - Reply

      I love the idea of having pre-made cookie dough in the freezer! Brilliant! I’ll have to update my list to include your fantastic ideas – thanks so much for sharing!

  4. Mary Burge September 28, 2016 at 1:09 pm - Reply

    Love this page.

  5. LIsa December 7, 2016 at 5:33 pm - Reply

    Is it possible to get this without the background color? I can’t get it to print so I can see the words very well unless I use a lot of color ink. Hoping to print in Black and White.

    Thanks for the list. Love it.

    Lisa

    • Shelly @ 100Things2Do.ca December 15, 2016 at 8:39 pm - Reply

      I’m sorry Lisa, this is a designed piece and I can’t remove the colour from the background. The black & white setting on your printer still had the text too dark? I’ll play with it and see if I can get a new version created for next year. Thanks for letting me know.

  6. Suzie March 30, 2017 at 5:33 pm - Reply

    I really don’t agree with one of your sentences…. Christmas is entirely a religious celebration not just the warm feelings. Christ was born to us…Not Santa Claus, not presents, not all the human activities. These are all fun to enjoy but Christmas is all about Christ.

    • Shelly @ 100Things2Do.ca May 2, 2017 at 1:35 pm - Reply

      Fair enough – Christmas started as a celebration of Christ’s birth.
      I do not come from a religious family so I celebrate Christmas as the commercialized holiday it has grown to become. To each his own right?

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