Holiday Shopping Tips

10 Tips to Prepare and Organize Yourself for the Holidays

Professional Organizers in Canada | Posted 01.29.2014 | Canada Living
Professional Organizers in Canada

With the holidays less than four weeks away, the anticipation and preparation can be both exciting yet stressful at times. The Professional Organizers in Canada is taking the stress out of the pre-holiday rush with 10 easy tips to follow -- leaving you organized, energized and ready to enjoy this joyous time without a gift or a meal left unplanned.

How to Avoid the Headache of Holiday Shopping

Abubakar Kasim | Posted 02.15.2013 | Canada Living
Abubakar Kasim

December is the month of holiday and shopping. Regardless of one's religious and cultural background, one cannot resist the temptation of going out shopping. You get all kinds of offers that distract you from making sound decision. It requires self-discipline and a strong mind to win the battle and look the other way.

Five Ways to Holiday Shopping Salvation

Karen Cleveland | Posted 02.09.2013 | Canada Living
Karen Cleveland

A daunting shopping list, annoying music at full volume, crowds of people walking with their heads down texting...welcome to the fresh hell that is holiday shopping. The stress of shopping can make even the most festive, patient person want to start throwing elbows, but some of the trauma can be curbed with these five tips.

These 5 Apps Will Help You Survive The Holiday Shopping Season

Fashionotes | Posted 12.06.2012 | Canada Style

From crowded malls, disgruntled shoppers, overspending and lamenting "what to get" lists, holiday shopping season can suck the life out of the m...

SavvyMom Roundup: A Holiday Gift Guide

Minnow Hamilton | Posted 01.14.2013 | Canada Living
Minnow Hamilton

We have officially entered into the holiday season, whether we like it or not. It's all about the sounds of Christmas jingles in grocery stores, gingerbread house kits, sparkles, baubles and great gift ideas everywhere we turn. Instead of fighting it, I say bring it. Get your shopping done early so you can enjoy the festivities and family when the big day (and school break) arrives.