Christmas is all about friends, family, meals, gifts, games, lights, snow, toys, and STRESS. The Christmas season is an amazing time of year, however, there is a lot to get accomplished before the arrival of the highly anticipated holiday, from cooking, to cleaning, buying and wrapping gifts, picking up relatives at the airport and arranging tables to fit everyone in the dining room, Christmas can make an level headed person see red during the festive frenzy.  Luckily for you, we were born in the age of searching Google for all the answers to our questions, so why not turn to the internet to eliminate some of the holiday stress, check out these top 5 ways to that the internet can give you a stress free(er) Christmas!

1. Shop online! There is nothing more stressful than being in a shopping mall during the holiday season. Just ask anyone who endured Black Friday. Luckily, there are literally thousands of online stores that offer internet shopping with delivery included! You can get a great deal on eBay, check out the latest on Best Buy or get on Amazon for virtually any gift without leaving your home. Plus, Amazon offers gift wrapping, so you don't even have to worry about buying wrapping paper!

2. Make the Post office work for you by ordering stamps online! Perhaps the only thing worse than standing in line at the mall is standing in line at the US Post Office. With perennially grumpy post office workers, long lines and inconvenient locations, getting your packages posted can be a hassle. Luckily, Stamps.com lets you order and print the stamps you need from your home. Then you can just drop off your parcel and avoid the wait in line.

3. Another death trap around the holiday season is the supermarket, and getting run over by a shopping cart may be tough to recover from. Having enough food for your relatives can be stressful, all of them in your house, all hungry, all the time. But nowadays you can order almost anything online. From your basic shopping essentials at stores like Wholefoods to the more gourmet samplings at iGourmet, the Internet offers you everything you need for a Christmas feast. Honey Baked Online can even send you your own honey glazed ham or turkey, to think, you can get your Christmas bird or pig with the click of a finger. Yes for technology!

4. Spending a ton of money on Christmas is super stressful. Holiday bonuses can be gone in a flash if you don’t spend wisely, on gifts, food, decorations, and supplies. However, the Internet can help you budget your spending more carefully to remove financial Christmas stress. Try Mint.com -- it's a free and easy way to keep track of your spending.

5. Eliminate some stress by giving back to those in need by donating online. Christmas is above all a time for giving and sharing. What better way to get into the spirit than to give to your favorite charity? But you might not have time to make it to the Salvation Army Store or your nearest coat drive. Luckily, the gift of the holiday spirit is just a click away. Try World VisionUNHCR or the World Wildlife Fund as some great places to start.