How to organise your Christmas this year?

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Christmas is fast-approaching and recent announcements have meant that many people are now having to change their plans and get organised. In order to avoid a last-minute panic, here are a few tips which will hopefully help you to get organised and make the most out of the holidays.

Choose a Reliable Courier

If you are planning on sending any gifts to loved ones overseas then you will want to find a reliable courier to deliver your gifts on time and for an affordable price. It will be tough having loved ones abroad that you cannot see but knowing that your gift will get there on time and in one piece will help you to feel connected to loved ones in different parts of the world this year.

Buy Enough Batteries

Batteries always seem to run out around Christmas when you have toys, lights and various other appliances which are all being used constantly. This is why it is a good idea to stock up on batteries so that you always have spares available and will be able to make the most out of the holidays.

Plan Your Meal

Obviously, recent announcements have changed people’s meal plans which can cause a great deal of stress. If you are now without the ingredients for a Christmas dinner, do not panic as you do not need to resort to beans on toast because there is still time. It might be hard to find a turkey, but you should be able to find some poultry and enough veg for a great meal (or order takeaway if you feel like it!). The Guardian has a good article on preparing for Christmas for those in Tier 4 which might be useful.

Get Christmas Cards Ready

Christmas cards are always a nice touch but in the current situation they feel particularly important. This is why you need to spend some time getting your cards ready and checking the last posting dates so that your cards will arrive on time.

Don’t Leave Wrapping Till the Last Minute

You do not want a sudden panic on Christmas Eve, which is why you should be getting your presents wrapped as soon as possible so that they can be dropped off to loved ones or ready on Christmas Day for those that you are living with.

The recent Christmas announcement has caused chaos for many people’s festive plans, but hopefully this post will help you to get organised and still enjoy the festive period.