Review; The Christmas Project Planner: Super Simple Steps to Organize the Holidays by Kathi Lipp

Earlier this year I recieved an ARC of the non-fiction book The Christmas Project Planner: Super Simple Steps to Organize the Holidays by Kathi Lipp through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
Ready or Not, Christmas Is Coming

Christmas—whether you really love it, secretly dread it, or fall somewhere in between—shows up the same time every year, as unavoidable as your aunt’s fruitcake.

But next season, don’t stress your “elf” out. Be ready with this amazing planner designed to help you get a handle on the holidays. Stay organized (and sane) when you put expectations aside and choose to focus on the things you truly want to do during Christmas.

You’ll be amazed at what you can accomplish with just a little more organization and less obligation. The simple projects in this book will help you stay on schedule so you can spend more time enjoying your friends and family instead of frantically trying to cobble Christmas together at the last minute (again).

You can do this! Let clutter-free queen Kathi Lipp show you how.

My Thoughts on the Book
This book would be nice if one needs a bit of a nudge in order to be a bit more prepared for Christmas, especially if one is overwhelmed and clueless how to get organized. I did like the random tidbits of the author's own experiences, but I felt the book was perhaps a bit too basic at times and some of the stuff can be easily found online on places such as Pinterest.

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