How to Get Organized This Christmas

Making a plan for your holiday can save you time and money.

Getting organized for Christmas is easy with our cute, printable planner!

Inside this 12-page planner you’ll find:

  • Gift Tracker

  • Card Tracker

  • Menu Planner

  • Printable Gift Cards

  • Printable Recipe Cards

  • Calendar

  • Pages for Notes

free printable Christmas planner

Download yours today!

Merry Christmas from all of us at Our Happy Medium!

The Ultimate Homeschool Mom Gift Guide

The Ultimate Homeschool Resource Shopping Guide

It’s that time of year when everyone is looking to find the best deal on whatever they’ve had their eye on for the past year. I don’t love shopping, but I do enjoy getting a good deal and I like sharing those deals, too. This ultimate holiday season homeschool mom gift guide will inspire you!

Homeschool Wish Lists

We all have them! I love getting my Rainbow Resource catalogs in the mail and I mark things all year long. I have been known to put homeschooling items on my personal Christmas wish list, too.

Support Small Business

I don’t know about you, but I remember when the “big box stores” started taking over all the mom and pop businesses in and around the area I lived. It made me sad back then, but it makes me even sadder now that I’m (more of) a grownup, and a small business owner. In my town, there are many small businesses, and I do all that I can to keep them going. I enjoy shopping on Etsy and also on Amazon (supporting small businesses like my own!)

From One Homeschooler to Another

We homeschoolers have to stick together! I’ve met so many amazing homeschooling parents who also work either part-time or full time to supplement income. If these moms have a product to sell, and if it is something that I can use (or gift to someone!) I’m all about supporting them. After all, The homeschooling community is amazing in this way. Support your peeps by buying from the ultimate homeschool mom gift guide

Make Your Shopping List AND Your Wish Lists

Make a list of all the “wants” you have for your homeschool. Then make a list of all the things you’d love to have for your family (family game night, anyone?!) Don’t forget to make a list of things you’d love to have, too. We homeschool moms often put ourselves last, don’t we?

Shop the following categories in this guide:

  1. homeschool
  2. girls
  3. family
  4. faith

Share your lists with your loved ones and wait to see what gifts you might receive!

Take Advantage of the Black Friday prices and make your shopping lists for your friends and family, too. You will see that our How to Write the Perfect 5-Paragraph Essay course is on a super Black Friday deal that you won’t want to miss!

 

Tips for Celebrating Advent with Older Kids

Top Five Tips for Celebrating Advent With Older Kids
I’m guest posting today over at Life of a Homeschool Mom! Just because our kids are getting older, doesn’t mean that we have to stop the fun holiday traditions. Come on over and see my top five tips for celebrating Advent with older kids.

Included is a FREE Advent Activity printable geared toward the older kids.

Before you head on over to Life of a Homeschool Mom, be sure to grab our The Story of Advent Printable Pack for your little ones. This 14-page pack includes copy work, matching, sight word practice and much more.

We have something for everyone at Our Happy Medium!

Have a blessed holiday season. <3

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