There’s no time to procrastinate.
With what feels like moments to go until Christmas Day, I am weighing how busy I am with all of the additional things I need to get done to make it a Christmas to remember.
In the past, this time of year I would feel a bit overwhelmed and then would procrastinate and have a frantic last minute sprint to get it all done. Just the thought of having to go to the shopping centre, the grocery store, the green grocer, the carpark and the traffic makes me want to deal with it tomorrow.
Yep, world class procrastinating!
The price? Not only over spending in the last minute rush but the real cost is not really enjoying Christmas Day due to being exhausted. Not only do you pay the price but your loved ones do too.
Never fear! Let me share a page from my procrastinator’s guide to a fabulous Christmas.
Note all that needs to be done. Then see how you can multi task by making it one or two activities and take back control.
Let me make it even easier.
If one of the items on your list is to buy fresh seafood, salad veggies and or poultry for Christmas then finalise all of your activities in one visit to the Market. Not only will you find the freshest foods, fruit, flowers, veggies and herbs you will find inspired gifts at all price points, practical gifts for the holiday season and bag a bargain all in one location.
Head to Paddy’s Markets
Paddy’s Markets Haymarket is open right up to Christmas and is a great one stop shop. You can:
- bag a bargain whilst ticking off your Christmas Kris Kringle list
- procure the perfect produce (Do I need to mention it is Mango season?)
- finalise all your shopping
- get the freshest meat and seafood
- enjoy! All in one fabulous adventure.
Head to Paddy’s Markets website for time details.
Here’s my picks from Sydney’s Paddy’s Market