I’m just getting back from a vacation in South Carolina, where I didn’t use Excel too often, except to add up all my Christmas shopping expenses. If you’re on my shopping list, you might be getting a basket from the Charleston market.
Or maybe you’d like some of the local barbeque sauce or a bag of grits?
There are only 10 days until Christmas, and I’m almost ready. How about you? If you’re still planning and shopping, there is an Excel Christmas planner on the Contextures website, that you can use to help you stay organized.
The Excel Christmas planner has a budget sheet, where you can plan and track your spending.
Christmas Gift List
If you’re lucky, you don’t have too many gifts to buy. But even for a few gifts, it helps to make a list to keep track of costs. The Excel Christmas planner helps you track your gifts too.
The Excel Christmas planner has other sheets too, including a Christmas task list, so you can keep track of all those important things you’re supposed to do over the next few days. You don’t want to realize on December 24th that no one has ordered the turkey!
It was nice to spend some time in the warmer weather, and yes, it’s colder back here in Canada, but at least we don’t have to watch for alligators! Now I’d better go and order that turkey.