We know it’s only October and so many people would say it’s too early to think about Christmas. But for us early planners we like to get as much done beforehand as possible so why not start now. The organisation is key.
This blog will include the top 5 things that you should outsource to make your Christmas a perfectly planned extravaganza.
Buying, writing and sending Christmas cards can a very time-consuming job. For purchasing your cards outsource them to a local designer or a designer online. They will design them personally to you. To write and send them out outsource to a VA, our very own Office Support Resident can help you out with that!
The present search
You want to find presents which are completely perfect for your family and friends, and even your clients! There can be so many people you need to buy for outsourcing this to a VA is a great idea. Our Office Support Resident, Jennie, will help you with all of this. From searching for the right present to wrapping them perfectly and getting them delivered.
Food and more food
Christmas is not Christmas without food. It’s the main part of the day for so many where you get to sit down with your family to enjoy an amazing spread of delicious food together. There are so many supermarkets which you can order your whole shop from, so you don’t have to spend the time browsing the aisles for all the different foods. M&S and Sainsburys have a great service.
If you do not want to spend your day cooking, then outsource that to a chef! Relax all day and let all of the hard work get done for you. Check out Anna’s Kitchen on our Business Directory.
The all-important party
Everyone loves a Christmas party whether it be with friends, family or your work colleagues. But planning that party can be a time-consuming job. Outsourcing this event will take that stress away from you so you can enjoy the festive period. Take a look at our Events and Entertainment section on our Business Directory.
Is October too early to plan for Christmas? What do you think? Let us know here through our poll.