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Are you ready to roll out the Christmas season? Me too! I know some moms who already have their shopping AND wrapping finished…but I’m not on that list.
Yet. Generally I’m more of a fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants kind of person but when the calendar flips to December, I know I gotta get planning.
There are just too many details to remember in such a busy month: deciding on gifts, shopping trips, party lists, dinner menus, school programs, places to be, people to see, decorating details.
And you can’t forget to take care of yourself.
It’s no fun to get sick in the middle of the holidays.
- Fill their lunch with holiday spirit and these 7 Free Printable Christmas Lunch Notes.
- Get them in a festive mood while created this Gingerbread Man Craft.
- Check out these fun eos Christmas Gift Printables.
- Download and print these Elf on the Shelf letters to do with your family!
My December mantra is “write it down”. Besides being a helpful memory jog, it is SO satisfying to be able to mark things off on those long to-do lists. With that in mind, I’ve come up with some free printable planner pages that cover a lot of the seasonal details. The planner will help you make sure nothing important slips through the cracks and the fun colors will remind you it is a season of good cheer. Sometimes I need to be reminded of that in the midst of the busy!
There are two versions of my planner pages. One collection includes pages in Christmas-y colors for Christmas recipes, planning Christmas dinner, cards, gift lists, to-do list, shopping, and you can’t forget to make note of who needs to receive a thank you card. There are handy sub-categories on each page, too. Download the Christmas collection here..
The second collection is in sunshine yellow (keeping things merry and bright) and beautiful blue (all is calm…). Reminders to get it done, get it clean, get food, and get fit are sweet and to the point. Download the collection here.
Use one or use them both—Santa isn’t the only list keeper this season. Make your list—and check it twice. You’re going to find out it sure feels nice…to be organized!
Check out more great ideas for the holiday season:
You’ll find something for everyone with 200 Free Christmas Printables…