Just like last year, 2021 is turning out to be quite a year. The Delta variant of COVID-19 has ensured that the world is still burdened with the threat of the pandemic, along with lots of uncertainty and countless difficulties that did not exist pre-pandemic. Last year’s Christmas season was challenging in more ways than ever before and unfortunately, this year’s holidays will be no different. At this point, there’s only one thing that can said with certainty:

Christmas Day is Saturday, December 25th, 2021

Beyond this, almost everything about this year’s holidays is still up in the air. But this doesn’t mean that you can’t make the most of it. There are plenty of lessons learned from last year. And if you start planning early, you still have a chance to make this year’s holidays easy and enjoyable for the whole family.

I know you might be thinking that it’s just too soon to start planning for Christmas. It’s not even October! In years past I would have wholeheartedly agreed with you; but as you already know, this holiday season will be much like 2020. This means more people will be shopping online than in stores, and many retailers will be dealing with the same out of stock and shipping delay issues as last year. If you want a worry-free, hassle-free Christmas, you need to act now. Here’s how you can plan and prepare for Christmas 2021 before it’s too late.


There are a number of reasons, why this year it makes absolute sense to plan, prepare and also shop early. Simply put, the pandemic is not well suited for the typical rush and crowds of the holiday season. With Coronavirus infection rates on the rise again, many of our time-honored traditions and celebrations will have to be cancelled once again or shifted to a virtual environment. We can also assume that demand for online deliveries will once again be sky-high, and this means overwhelmed postal and shipping companies, and not very many last minute Christmas shopping opportunities.

It’s hard to predict what Christmas 2021 will look like, but we’re pretty sure it will be very close to the same chaos we all ensured last year. Will you be able to take a photo with Santa this year? Attend your work holiday party? Host a big family for Christmas? In these uncertain times, much will depend on state and local guidelines, the community you live in, the risk level of the location and activity, and everyone’s individual situations.

Holiday shopping will also be different this year, with October turning out to be the best month to shop for Christmas gifts. Many retailers, with both online and physical locations, are extending their holiday shopping season and are encouraging customers to start Christmas shopping early.

Like last year, many online retailers along with brick-and mortar shops are starting their holiday promotions earlier than in years past, spacing out their specials to try to avoid in-store crowds and long checkout lines. For a number of shops (Personalization Mall included) this means holiday deals are on now — and you should take advantage while you can.

This holiday is shaping up to be one of the busiest online shopping seasons on record, which will have a big impact on delivery services. If you don’t want to deal with the stress of unexpected shipping delays or expedited shipment costs like last year, don’t wait to place your online orders.

As always, you should start by creating a holiday budget and a Christmas shopping list. Your budget should include all the gifts you need to get for family, friends, neighbors, coworkers, teachers and everyone else on your list. You should also include expenses for holiday decorations, Christmas cards and stamps, gift wrapping, holiday outfits for the family, your charitable donations, travel costs and anything else you’re planning on purchasing. Add a small buffer for incidentals and make sure to track your purchases and expenses so you stay on budget.


To help you plan and prepare for the most important details of this holiday season, we’ve put together an updated Christmas planning checklist for 2021 so you can avoid the stress of getting everything done to make this year’s holidays cozy and relaxing for the whole family.


If you tend to get caught up in the hustle, bustle and stress of the holiday season, remember to take it easy this year. 2021 has brought enough stress and worry, so try to focus just on what’s really important to you and your family. You can still make Christmas magical for kids and wonderful for those you love with less. Remember, it’s the time you spend together as a family and the memories you’ll cherish forever that make Christmas merry and bright.

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