The (Digital) Christmas Survival Guide – Part Two

By Cybermum Australia

I have vowed to make Christmas 2014 stress free. I have vowed to bring joy back into Christmas and prolong my life! So I have devised a Christmas Survival Plan using all the best features of the online world.

In Part One, I detailed the best digital hacks for making your lists, buying presents online and pumping out Christmas cards and party invitations, so here is the second instalment of my Digital Christmas Plan.

Fingers crossed it helps make your Christmas a little easier too!

  1. Christmas Decorations

Many retailers such as Big W, Myer and David Jones will sell you beautiful artificial Christmas trees online but why not buy a fresh Christmas tree online? The Dural Christmas Tree Farm in Sydney allows you to nominate your tree height, order online and then choose your delivery date. Too easy!

Christmas Kingdom, Christmas Warehouse and Christmas World also all have an extraordinary range of decorations that you can order online. If you are contemplating entering the competitive world of Christmas light displays then these stores are made for you – their ranges are mind-blowing!

When shopping online remember to only buy from trusted retailers. …read more

Read the full article here: http://blogs.mcafee.com/consumer/digital-christmas-survival-guide-part-two



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