“Elf-Help” book for families with Christmas Elves
DALLAS, Dec. 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — The wildly popular Christmas Elf tradition can result in long nights searching for the perfect Elf antic — all in the name of heartfelt memories. As the calendar clicks closer to Christmas Eve, the Elf helpers grow increasingly more desperate for original Elf ideas. Thankfully, Elf enthusiasts now have relief in the form of an “Elf-Help” How-to guide by author Trista Perot.
Christmas Elf Made Easy: Sanity Savers for Those Who Elf is a much needed handbook that speaks to both the new Elf family and the seasoned Elf-host with 7 essential steps to thoroughly prepare for Elfing.
Available for Kindle at Amazon.com or as a downloadable pdf on the author’s website MommyUpgrade.com for only $2.99, the guide offers instructions and examples as entertaining as they are inspirational, conveying both practical advice and infectious enthusiasm for “Elfing.” Beginners and veteran Christmas Elf practitioners alike will find a wealth of creative options for Elf activities ranging from sweet to saucy. Waking up to a bathtub turned balloon/ball pit, a Christmas tree covered with a treasured hair bow collection, or a bed full of jelly beans are just the beginnings of the memory-making antics that her Elves have covered. Additional topics include: when and how to get an Elf, how many Elves to have, rules for Elf relations, tips from a self-professed over-the-top Elf-mom, and links to a treasure-trove of easy, medium, and advanced Elf activities are all presented in a breezy, fun-loving style that makes the book a quick and enjoyable read.
The author displays special skill in confronting the time and effort it takes to make lifelong memories. After admitting to hyper-mom tendencies herself, she successfully presents “Elfing” as a labor of love that pays big dividends, convincingly reassuring less energetic enthusiasts that they can create precious Christmas memories with whatever resources they have.
Author Trista Perot is a marketing executive in the Dallas area and mom to 5 year old girly girl referred to online as the “Princess Cupcake.” Trista is the editor of the popular lifestyle website MommyUpgrade.com where she showcases projects with and for her daughter and is known for her creative approach to crafting, baking, and all things Elf.
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