Stressed about Handling the Holidays?


A Holiday Playbook

Prep Smarter with Strongsuit

The holidays are the most wonderful—err, stressful!—time of the year. Sure, it’s only October and there are still front-porch pumpkins to carve. But, we all know that Christmas prep happens early. Scattered post-it notes, Word Doc to-do lists, Google spreadsheets, and hefty mental loads keep the best intentioned sleeper awake until the wee hours of the morning. It’s not a good system… to say the least.

Problem solved (insert sigh of relief) thanks to Strongsuit. Consider Strongsuit a partner in running your personal life—a detail-oriented Chief-of-Staff that helps you manage all the things so your to-do list isn’t so scary. Their awesome Christmas Playbook allows you to experience Strongsuit’s expertise with a customized app to get through the 2021 holiday season. 

It starts with an intention setting exercise that helps you set the scene and hone in on what’s important for your holidays. Your dashboard will be broken out with week-by-week tasks to keep you focused. Send holiday cards? Totally. Book travel? Not this year. It’s all about clarity—not judgment.

Strongsuit takes the planning and the research off your plate so you’ll feel good about saying “No, thank you” to tasks that don’t align with your intentions.

Once you click into a task, you’ll get tips and best practices on how to get it done efficiently. A handy library houses all of their tagged resources, so it’s easy to find what you need. There are even Gift Guides broken down by age. We’re feeling better already…

This holiday season, give yourself the gift of organization with the Strongsuit Christmas Playbook. It’s priceless.

Strongsuit is excited to invite the WeeSpring community to join our Christmas Playbook completely free of charge! Simply enter the code WEELOVE for 100% ($39.99 value).



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