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It's September, and that means Christmas must be just around the corner…

September 25th, 2006 · 2 Comments

The weather here is getting warmer each day.  Here in Queensland, there is very little/no transition.  No ‘real’ Spring.  We’re in shorts and sleeveless t-shorts already!  Hanging washing on the line abour 10:30 this morning, I could feel the sun on my arms – that tingly feeling that if I stayed out much longer I’d start to turn red.  (Granted, it doesnt take much at all for my redhead skin to go red…:)

The kids started their two weeks of ‘September hols’ this weekend… and that means only one term, or about 10 weeks, until their school year finishes.  (I find that a little scary!)White_christmas

These are all the signs that Christmas isn’t far away.

And so my dear friend and partner-in-crime, Chris Owen and I are in the final countdown to the relaunch of our specially designed package to ease the burden of Christmas on all and sundry – Save Our Xmas Sanity!  It’s one of the reasons you haven’t heard much from me lately.

(The other reason has to do with Sanctuary, and it’s a doozy!!!  More on that soon.)

We’re working on a new website for Save Our Xmas Sanity – or SOXS as it is fondly known, where you’ll be able to download the workbook; purchase a stunning SOXS kit – designed to be your sanity saving guide to Christmas for years to come; or register to host a SOXS party if you live close by.

If you’re already starting to panic about Christmas, or you’re like my sister who often has Christmas in October or November with her in-laws, then please shoot me an email to register for early-bird rates and we’ll let you know the minute we release SOXS, so you can get that head start on getting organised, saving the madness and having the best Christmas ever!

Related Posts: Save Our Christmas Sanity (this is how we did it last year – this year will be slightly different).

Tags: Resourcing for Women Who Do Too Much

2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Chris // Sep 25, 2006 at 4:51 pm

    While the mere thought of Christmas, still sends an habitual twinge of fear down my spine, isn’t it nice to have put our own learning to such good use? Releasing and sharing SOXS is so much FUN.
    Yes who’d have thought you’d ever smile again at the thought of Christmas?

  • 2 Take A Bite // Sep 25, 2006 at 6:05 pm

    It’s a FRIGHTENING Thought.

    There I was quietly circling the supermarket last Saturday getting the family groceries. That was when I saw IT. What? The first signs of Christmas! Tinsel and cards to be exact. Right in the supermarket’s primary position at the end

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