Saturday, 27 November 2010

xmas shopping list 2010

[click to enlarge, save as, print A4]

Ta-ta! This year's edition of my xmas shopping list (personal saviour) is ready. Whether they involve money spending or not, last minute gifts are a pain so this is what I've come up with to tackle this very important issue:) This way I leave none out and stick to budget. Too early? No it's not, especially if you are planning to shop online - think delivery times. Feel free to use it, you'll thank me later.

*There's a slight change from last year's list: 'Done' column is now 'money left', which makes more sense. Ol' strike-through is unbeatable + maths was never my strong point!


Unknown said...

hahah kalo said...

omg this is absolute geniousss

A BRIT GREEK said...

Brilliant! i'll need to print a coupla of these out!

I'll thank you now doll!

ερι said...

dn m ftanei 8elw megalutero xarti :P t 8ema einai p 8 vrw k t lefta n t agorasw xexe :)

Alecca Rox said...

@ mrs fashionAlerT - paper issue, easy! just hit print twice (you can always make ur own on a piece of paper of course!)

money issue, not easy. for me, it works having a total budget, as little or as much that maybe, and then try allocating it. no doubt though, best gifts are the ones that come from the heart: if broke, go for diy:)

*chara said...

haha perfect!!


Theodora said...

I used last year's and it kinda worked since i had all the names written down and i didn't forget anyone...However, it is not always easy to choose presents, especially when u r on a low budget...Could you suggest some present ideas (maybe from online stores as well)?

Niviarsiaq said...

Thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you!!!!! You are officially my holiday saviour!!! I downloaded this version - I agree the $$ left is better - and am using it with fervor. Thank you so much!! I can't even tell you how great it is to be able to visualize my purchases.

ps- Theodora has a point... perhaps a new post for that? with lots of cookies and scarves involved ;)