100 Days To Christmas eBook

The Holidays are my absolute favorite time of year.  I LOVE filling my home with tons of decorations, shopping, baking all sorts of sweets, blaring holiday music through the sound system, shopping, mailing hundreds of Christmas cards to my Divas, sitting with the iPad in front of the fire for hours on end, shopping, having as many house parties with the family as Mike will allow, and SHOPPING!!   I have to admit though, as much as I love it, it never fails that I will get overwhelmed, I will forget something, I will burn something (that is a given) and I will have days where I can not wait for it to all be over.

A few weeks ago a friend of mine told me about 100DaysToChristmas.com.  They were giving a “sneak peek” of their new 2011 100 Days to Christmas eBook by Jennifer Tankersley (owner of ListPlanIt.com)  for us to check out!  I immediately emailed in, and was chosen to receive the eBook.  Let me tell you – if I had known it was this good, I would have been happy to pay for it!

The 100 Days to Christmas eBook is a daily task manager, list maker, organization tool for busy people during the Holiday season.  Starting on September 16th – 100 days to Christmas – the eBook is a step by step time table that helps you get it ALL done.

As someone who has built a career in writing eBooks, I can tell you that this is one of the best ones I have ever seen.   The layout is great, and it keeps you engaged with pictures, quotes, and different fonts – not just page after page of words. Every single day is full of links to different resources to help you stay organized.   With dozens of links for planning pages that you can download free from ListPlanIt.com, you can truly organize a complete handbook for all things Holiday and keep it all in one place.  Jennifer has thought of everything – from budgeting for Christmas gifts to organizing the Menu to scheduling Christmas Cards – it even includes everything for Halloween and Thanksgiving too!

My favorite part about the 100 Days to Christmas eBook is that it is really not an eBook – or not JUST an eBook… I went through and printed the eBook, along with the dozens of planning pages, hole punched them all and put them in a binder.   I turned it literally into a complete manual for my next four months!   I have added in my own schedules and lists for blogging and working and VOILA!  I feel completely prepared, organized and excited about the upcoming Holiday Season.

You can get your own copy of the 100 Days To Christmas eBook for a ridiculously low price of $4.99  – seriously Jennifer, it is worth way more than that girl, we gotta work on your pricing!! – for your Kindle, Nook, or as a pdf like I did to print and put into a binder.  OR get it free when you join ListPlanIt.com, and get a full year of all of Jennifer’s awesome printable lists and planning pages – check out the details here.

Disclosure: I was given a code to receive a free download of the 100 Days of Christmas eBook and was not compensated in any other way for this post. All of the thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.


  1. says

    This looks like a great book! Just from looking at the write-up, I’m guessing it could be applied to a lot of different countdowns. I just might have to buy this one too!

  2. says

    Hey Lynsey, thank you for sharing.
    Since I trust your reviews 100% I’ve gone and purchased the eBook – well, at that price it was a total no-brainer!

    Thanks for the recommendation – it’s fab!

  3. says

    This sounds like a great resource. We add to our holiday stress by having a December birthday kiddo … I need help planning around then for sure. Off to look this up …

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