Do you need to get organized? Me too! I love a good checklist and I’ve put together all my favorites into these ultimate planners.
These planners are instant downloads. That means you download it from the email I will send you, print it and get started planning the very same day! The great part is that this means you can use them over and over again.
Let’s take a peek inside!
I donate 20 percent of all proceeds to Christian charities for children and clean water.
Cleaning is not my favorite, I have to say, but it makes me so happy when it’s done and the house is sparkling. That’s where checklists and timers come in! It helps me to have a list, to have an ending point and feeling of accomplishment as I check something off. I’m not saying my house is always clean — that’s laughable! — but when I even loosely stick to a schedule I feel content. We are more likely to have people over on a whim with a clean house. We can head out to do something fun on a Saturday afternoon instead spending it tackling dirt. Just one thing a day it makes life simpler.
- DIY cleaner recipes
- Cleaning hacks checklist
- My personal daily cleaning schedule
- A blank cleaning schedule for you to make your own
- 1 week to a clean house checklist
- 1 month calendar of deep cleaning the house
- Yearly home maintenance checklist
- 2 types of to do lists
- Kid chore chart
Summer is around the corner. Some moms are filled to the brim with excitement, others of us break out into a cold sweat thinking about it! But fear not, my new 20-page planner has got us covered. 20 pages! I’ve got activities, bucket lists, charts and even a schedule to start the summer off right.
Get your laminator ready because you’re going to love this one!
- Baby and toddler pack list
- Big kid pack list
- Baby and toddler plane list
- Family beach list
- Kid’s birthday party list
- When kids are sick list
- Chore chart
- Stay in bed sticker chart
- All purpose sticker chart
- Summer bucket list
- Blank summer bucket list for you to personalize
- Reading log sheet
- Month calendar of outdoor activities
- Month calendar of indoor activities
- My personal work at home schedule
- Blank schedule for you to personalize
I love all things Christmas — the traditions, shopping, making DIY gifts, baking cookies (ok, I actually don’t like baking cookies, but everything else). But don’t think that you have to break the bank to have a wonderful Christmas! Marcello and I are trying to focus more on giving and family time than gifts and it’s so much more meaningful.
Last year we budgeted only $325 for Christmas — including decorations, kids’ crafts, presents, cards, wrapping supplies — and it worked! We didn’t feel like we were missing anything and the kids were delighted. The amount we spend will vary year to year (I’m told this is a pipe dream with older kids!), but family traditions and giving to others is what makes the Christmases we all remember.
Having a tight budget means you have to organize and plan where each penny goes and start early! That’s exactly why I created this 18-page planner.
- December calendar
- Christmas checklist
- To do list
- Budget planner
- Holiday card organizer
- Gifts planner with budget
- Received gift
- Stocking stuffer planner
- Giving and acts of kindness plan
- Holiday menu plan sheet
- Party planner checklist
- Winter bucket list sheet
- Family traditions
- Advent calendar
- Charades game printable
For your binder