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Thanksgiving, Christmas and a Free Printable

By on November 20, 2017

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We are on the verge of preparing for Christmas and all that it entails. Decorating our homes, sending Christmas greetings to family and friends, and purchasing gifts for our loved ones.

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday, hands down. To have your family and friends gather around the table with you while digging into a delicious meal that took hours to make. After dinner, being able to sit around the table while we tuck into dessert and the conversation flows. If time allows, we play games into the evening and enjoy each other’s company.

After the evening ends, we look forward to the next day with leftovers to nosh on and decorating for Christmas. I also address our Christmas cards to send out during the long Thanksgiving weekend.

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Christmas Card List Free Printable

To help you prepare to send your holiday greetings, I’m sharing a free printable with you. You can fill in the names and addresses of those to whom you are going to send cards this year. Click on the image of the Christmas card list to join and get access to your free printable.

I use my copy to send off our cards, and then keep it with the cards that we received that year. It saves me from having to look up the addresses each year to add to my new list.

thanksgiving, thankful, blessings, christmas, christmas cards, christmas card list Wishing you and your family a wonderful Thanksgiving. I will see you again after the holiday.

Until next time,

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Planning for Christmas and a Free Printable

By on November 2, 2017

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It’s hard to believe that it’s already November. While my husband was handing out Halloween candy to our trick-or-treaters Tuesday night, I was ordering Christmas cards and the ornaments that we gift our kiddos each year. Planning things out helps me to approach each holiday or event with less stress because I know that things are ready to go.

I shared a Thanksgiving Planner Bundle a few weeks ago. Today, I’m sharing some ideas to plan for Christmas, as well as, a free Christmas Planner Bundle to help you with your planning for the holiday season.

Planning for Christmas

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1 | Christmas Cards

Order or pick up your Christmas cards now. By doing it sooner rather than later, it gives you the time to get your list together, write a note, and address them to send.

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2 | Simplify Your Decorating

I decorate for each season by changing out the top of the buffet in our kitchen, several hanging shelves in our bedroom and my studio office, and a few changes in our living room. I add to the winter decor by adding our tree, the manger set, and a bowl for our Christmas cards. Otherwise, I keep the Christmas decor quite simple and doesn’t take long to put out or away. The winter decor stays out until the next season change.

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3 | Set Up a Gift Wrapping Area

Trying to wrap all of your gifts at one time can be stressful. Instead, set up a gift wrapping station and wrap your gifts right after you purchase them or when time allows. You can then hide them or put them under the tree.

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4 | Take the Time to Make Memories

One of my kids’ favorite memories was going sledding on a large hill behind our home and then coming in for hot chocolate and cookies. Take the time to make memories no matter how busy the holiday season may get. Whether you bake cookies, drive around to look at Christmas lights, or spend time decorating the tree, make memories that will last a lifetime.

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5 | Create New Traditions

When my husband and I got married, we started a tradition of purchasing a Christmas ornament for each one of our kiddos to mark a special event during the year. We continue to do this each year.

Another tradition involves our extended family. We stopped buying Christmas gifts for each other several years ago. Instead, we do an ornament exchange. Each person brings an ornament and leaves with a new one for their tree. We make a game out of it, and it’s a lot of fun.

Christmas Planner Bundle

To help you start your planning for Christmas, I am sharing a Christmas Planner Bundle. The Christmas Planner Bundle includes a cover page, guest list, menu page, grocery list, cooking schedule, to-do list, table decor page, and traditions page. The traditions page can be used to document the customs that your family has each year. Or, you can use it to record the new traditions that you incorporated this year. Click on the image of the Christmas Planner to join and get access to your free bundle printable.

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Planning for a holiday or event helps you to approach it with less stress, and makes it more enjoyable. Download the Christmas Planner Bundle and get started on planning for the holiday today.

Until next time,

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Holiday Organization and a Free Printable

By on October 16, 2017

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If I’ve calculated correctly, there are just 37 days until Thanksgiving and 70 days until Christmas. Not that I’m counting. Cue, laughter. Autumn is the time of year when I start to think about what I need to do for the upcoming holidays. This way, I can plan and take care of items when I have the time over the next couple of months.

It’s helpful to organize things ahead of time, for the holidays, so things go more smoothly. In a previous post, I shared a Thanksgiving Planner Bundle that will help you plan for it. However, what else can you do to prepare for the upcoming holidays, especially if you’re hosting?

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1 | Organize Your Space

When I say organize your space, I don’t mean a complete overhaul. Leading up to the holiday season is not the time to reorganize your entire home. Organizing your space should include those areas that you are going to be using the most while celebrating the holidays. For example, when we entertain, we use our living room, kitchen, and bathrooms. Those are the spaces that I would focus on to make sure that they are in workable order. If you have anyone staying with you, your guest room will also be on your list. If you’re concerned about the appearance of other areas of your home, just shut the door. Don’t add extra stress by trying to do it all beforehand.

2 | Organize Your Tasks

Come up with a schedule that works for you and divide up the tasks that you need to complete before the holidays. Shopping for gifts and sending out cards are things you can finish weeks ahead of the holiday. However, you can plan out meals ahead of time, but they need to be prepared in the days leading up to and on the day of the holiday. Make a list of what you need to get done and create a schedule to get everything accomplished.

Free Printable

To help you start making a list of your holiday tasks so you can add them to your calendar, I am sharing a To-Do list printable. Click on the image of the To-Do List to join and get access to your free printable. You can print off a separate page for Thanksgiving if you’re in the United States, and Christmas.

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**Look for a Christmas Planner next month to help you start on your Christmas planning.**

It’s helpful to organize things ahead of time for the holidays. Planning and taking care of items when you have the time over the next couple of months helps the holiday to be less stressful. Do what you can and don’t worry about doing it all.

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Five Steps to Plan Your Day and a Free Printable

By on October 9, 2017

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I plan out some of my days and others seem to plan themselves. When my days are scheduled, things seem to fall into place. When they plan themselves, I need a little extra help. Planning my day is a routine that helps me to feel productive and organized even when my day doesn’t feel that way.

There are five things that I do to plan out my day. Doing these things each day helps my day to run more smoothly.

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1 | Check Your Calendar

One of the first things that I do in the morning is to check my calendar. Doing this helps to give me a big picture of what my day entails.  My calendar is the tool that I use to keep track of everything that goes on during my day. Whether it’s an appointment, a phone call that I need to make, an email that I need to send, or a package that’s arriving; it goes on my calendar. I also choose my top priorities for the day. These items are non-negotiable, and I make sure to complete them before I turn in for the night. Typically, these are the items that I do first each day.

Takeaway – To help organize your day, choose a calendar that works for you whether it’s paper or digital. Knowing what to expect each day helps you to get your day off to a smooth start.

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2 | Check Your Email

Although I don’t spend much time on my phone first thing in the morning, I do take the time to check my email. Checking it allows me to see if there is anything immediate that needs my attention so I can add it to my calendar. Again, this gives me an overview of what I need to do each day.

Takeaway – Take the time to check your email each morning and add the action items to your calendar. If an email needs immediate attention, add it to your top priorities list.

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3 | Plan Out Your Day

After checking my calendar and my email each morning, I spend some time planning out my day. If I have an appointment in the morning, I schedule work items and things that I need to accomplish at home for the afternoon. Planning out my day usually takes about five minutes and gives me a big picture of how my day is going to flow.

Takeaway – Plan out your day, so you know when things are going to take place. Write down what your schedule is for the day and choose your top priorities.

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4 | Create a Nighttime Routine

At the end of each day, I check my calendar and my email one last time to see what I need to take care of the next day. It’s easy to talk yourself into doing one more thing, but it helps me to relax when I know what tomorrow is going to bring. I also take the time to determine what I’m going to wear in the morning. It’s one less step in the morning and gets the next day off to a better start. One last thing that I do before I turn in for the night is to take the time to journal my day. It helps me to put the day into perspective as I recall the events that have taken place.

Takeaway – Creating a nighttime routine allows you to look back on your day and prepare for the next one.

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5 | Take the Time to Relax

It’s important to schedule the time to relax. One of my favorite pastimes is reading, and I often do these each evening before going to sleep. Another hobby that I have started doing to relax is painting in watercolor. Each of these things is relaxing for me, and I look forward to doing one or both of them at the end of a long day.

Takeaway – Indulge in a hobby that you enjoy and make the time to relax each day.

Free Daily Planner Printable

To help you start planning your day, I am sharing a Daily Planner printable. Click on the image of the Daily Planner to join and get access to your free printable.

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Take the time to plan out each day. Planning your day out ahead of time will help you to feel productive and organized.

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Until next time,

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Thanksgiving Traditions and a Free Printable

By on October 2, 2017

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It’s officially October which means that before we know it, Thanksgiving will be upon us. Preparing for the holidays takes time, and planning will help you to be sure that everything is just the way that you want it to be. Today, I am sharing Thanksgiving traditions we enjoy as well as a free Thanksgiving Planner Bundle.

Thanksgiving Traditions

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Food – When you think of Thanksgiving, turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, and pie spring to mind. When my children were younger, we would also make cutout cookies. My boys loved frosting and decorating them with as many sprinkles as each cookie would hold. It was a tradition that I carried on from my own childhood and one that I hope to continue.

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Family – After dinner and before dessert, we spend time talking around the table. In order to add to the conversation, there is a conversation starter type question inside of the name cards at each spot. Our family is small enough that we can have each person at the table answer each question. It’s interesting to hear each person’s answers.

Thanksgiving Planner Bundle

To help you start your planning for Thanksgiving, I am sharing a Thanksgiving Planner Bundle. The Thanksgiving Planner Bundle includes a cover page, guest list, menu page, grocery list, cooking schedule, to-do list, table decor page, and traditions page. The traditions page can be used to document the customs that your family has each year. Or, you can use it to record the new traditions that you incorporated this year. Click on the image of the Thanksgiving Planner to join and get access to your free bundle printable.

**Look for a Christmas Planner next month to help you start on your Christmas planning.**

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Preparing for a holiday takes time and planning.  Download and use the free Thanksgiving Planner Bundle to get started. Then, create your own traditions that you will remember for years to come.

 

Until next time,

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Determine What Organizing Project To Do First

By on September 14, 2017

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Staying organized takes work and regular maintenance. Right now, I have a large pile of tote bags that needs attention. Organizing them will be my next project. The area, where I store them, is overflowing and it’s causing me frustration and stress, so I need to take care of them. I will need to purge the bags that I’m not using on a regular basis and reorganize the storage area for them.

Getting organized can be challenging, especially, when trying to decide what organizing project to do first. As much as you would like to tackle everything at once, it’s best to start small. This way, it’s not overwhelming for you. Not only will this help you to consider what your plan is for each space, but also help you to maintain the space once your hard work is complete.

Start with the area that frustrates you the most.

If the drop zone in your kitchen is what is most frustrating for you, start with that space.  If your closet floor has piles of clothes, start with the closet floor. We’re not talking about doing an entire kitchen overhaul, or a complete reorganization of your closet. You’re just looking at the one area that causes you the most stress and beginning with that first.

After you finish the first organizing project, move on to the area that’s the second most frustrating space for you. Again, you are not doing a complete overhaul. That will come later and in small steps. You are simply organizing the space to make it more workable and less stressful for you.

Come up with a system that works for you.

You will need to come up with a long-term plan to help maintain the organizational system that you have set up. Simply organizing something quickly to make it look pretty and not having a maintenance plan can cause the same stress and frustration to resurface when things get messy again.

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Completing your organizing project.

Create an action plan for the area.

Decide what purpose you want the area to serve. The items that have a home in that particular area should only be the items that you use in that area.

 

Empty the area or surface.

To get things organized, you need to clean out the area or clean off the surface completely. It’s much easier to start with a clean slate and sort through the items rather than to move things around while trying to organize them.

 

Purge items that you no longer use.

If you are no longer using an item or it doesn’t serve a purpose, you need to get rid of it. Whether you give it away or sell it, give it a new life in a new home. Getting organized becomes more difficult if you are just moving extra things around from one place to another. Simplify what you have, and organizing will become easier.

 

Sort the remaining items by putting like items together.

When organizing, it’s helpful to put like items together. Grouping similar items help to keep things organized over time because you know exactly where specific items belong.

 

Give everything a home.

Everything in your space should have a home where it belongs. If it doesn’t, you need to decide where it should be kept or whether you need it at all.

 

Purchase storage items, if needed.

Purchasing storage items should be one of the last things that you do when organizing a space. You don’t want to purchase something only to find out that you will not be able to use it. You want boxes and bins that will fit your space and your needs.

 

Label boxes and bins.

Labeling boxes and containers will not only help you to know what in each one, but will also let everyone know where things go each time you use them.

 

Leave extra space for new additions.

When organizing, it’s a good idea to leave a place for any new additions to the area. Leaving extra space will alleviate frustration later on when you’re trying to add something to a space that doesn’t have room.

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Organizing Plan Printable

To get you started with your first organizing task, I am sharing an organizing plan printable. Click on the image of the Organizing Plan to join and get access to your free bundle printable.

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In determining what organizing project to do first, it’s best to start small, so it’s not overwhelming for you. Choose the space that causes you the most stress and frustration and take care of it. Taking that first step will give you the peace of mind in the long run.

Until next time,

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Creating a Recipe Binder and a Free Printable

By on July 31, 2017

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One way that we keep our favorite and most used recipes in one place is by storing them in a recipe binder. We have nicknamed it the Family Cookbook, and we use it nearly every day.

I’ve talked about how to use binders to keep essential items organized here. Depending on how extensive you want it to be, it is relatively easy to put together a recipe binder. Personally, I took the time to type out and print the recipes before I added them to the binder. Typing them out also makes it easier for me to make changes if needed, and to share them with others.

Recipe Binder Supplies 

  • Binder or photo album
  • Dividers for each category that should include some with pockets for items that can’t be punched to store in the binder. Personally, I use top loading sheet protectors and add tabs to them for each category.
  • Top loading sheet protectors to store recipes so you can easily remove them from the binder when you’re cooking. The sheet protectors will also keep your recipes splatter free.
  • Hole punch
  • Label maker

Recipe Binder Categories

I organized my recipe binder by categories and inserted the recipes in alphabetical order, so they are easy to locate.

  • Appetizers
  • Bread
  • Soups, Stews, Chilis
  • Salads
  • Main Dishes
  • Side Dishes
  • Casseroles
  • Breakfast
  • Dessert
  • Beverages
  • Holidays

Recipe Binder Free Printable

To get you started in creating your recipe binder, I am sharing a recipe binder bundle. The recipe binder printables include a cover page, category title pages, and a recipe page that can be printed out to write out your recipes. Click on the image of the Recipe Binder to join and get access to your free bundle printable.

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Gather your recipes in one, easy to access location by creating a recipe binder. It will keep all of your favorites organized, and when you’re cooking, it will be something that you turn to time and time again.

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Introducing the Home Management Binder

By on July 10, 2017

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I would be lost without my home management binder. It keeps all of my important information that I frequently access in one place. In looking for binder printables that would work for me, I eventually created printables that served my needs. Today, I’m sharing those free printables with you.

Choose the printables that you need from the Home Management Binder Package, and print them off at home. The size of the printables are 8 1/2 x 11, but they can be resized to fit your needs.

Home Management Binder Package

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  • Cover page (2 title options)

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  • Weekly Planner – undated (1-page and 2-page styles)
  • Cleaning Planner
  • To-do list
  • Home Projects list
  • Website/Passwords list
  • Contacts page
  • Shopping List

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  • Meal Planner
  • Refrigerator/Freezer Inventory
  • Recipe page (keep track of your favorite or most used recipes)
  • Account Information page
  • Donations page
  • Home Maintenance page
  • Car Maintenance page
  • Medical Information page
  • Medication Tracker

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  • Important Dates
  • Holiday Meal Plan page
  • Gift Ideas page
  • Fitness Planner
  • Meal Log page
  • Holidays page for 2017 and 2018

You can join and access the free Home Management Binder Package printables here. When you access the Home Management Binder Package, you will receive access to Living a Simplified Life’s Free Resource Library. You will also receive our weekly emails that offer exclusive content, more free Home Management Binder printables, and new free printables that you won’t find on the blog. I am hopeful that the printables are as helpful at keeping you organized as they are for me.

Until next time,

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How Meal Planning and Prep Can be Helpful and a Free Printable

By on April 20, 2017

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My husband and I spend time during the weekend to plan and prepare meals for the week ahead. This is a system that works well for us and we continue to do it.

Meal planning and preparation seems like a daunting task, but the benefits outweigh the time that it involves to complete it. Taking the opportunity to make sure that your meals are planned out and prepped for the week can be helpful when you’re tired after a long day at work. It’s better than wondering what you are going to make when you get home each day.

Meal Planning

Meal planning on the fly is a lot like grocery shopping on an empty stomach. You never quite know what you’re going to end up with when you’re finished. It’s helpful to take time, once a week, to plan out what you are going to have for dinner each night. Planning ahead helps with adding the needed items to your weekly grocery shopping list. It also helps to plan around what activities are going on each night. With our busy lives, is it easier to make a meal in the Crock Pot® or Instant Pot® or would reheating something be a better option?

A tip to help you out with meal planning is to come up with about a month’s worth of different meals. Once you have done this, you can rotate them, so you have a different menu each week. Coming up with a month’s worth of meals can seem like a daunting task. You can use some of your family’s favorites in the rotation, as well as adding some new additions. The internet also offers great inspiration for recipes that fit your lifestyle.

 

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Meal Preparation

Another way to help with the never-ending question of what you’re going to have for dinner is to do some meal prep ahead of time. If you are making something, cook extra so you can freeze it for later. Cooking ahead works well for so many items and saves time during the week.

For example, if you are baking chicken for dinner, bake some extra chicken, with a little light seasoning, and either freeze it whole or slice it up. You can then take it out for a meal, let it thaw in the refrigerator, and use it. If you leave it whole, you can add it to your favorite recipe, or if it’s sliced up, you could make chicken tacos or fajitas, a chicken stir-fry, or use it in a white bean chicken chili.

Making extra or meal prepping saves you valuable time during the week and simplifies your weeknights after a busy day. It also gives you a more nutritious and sustainable meal than grabbing something on the go.

Free Printable

To get you started with meal planning, I’ve included a free weekly menu planner.  You can use it to plan out your meals each week. Click on the image of the Menu Planner to join and get access to your free printable.

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The benefits of meal planning and preparation outweigh the time that it involves to complete it. Taking the time to plan out your meals and prepare them ahead of time for the week can be helpful during your busy week. Download the free printable and get started on meal planning today.

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How to Get Started on Your Organizing Journey and a Free Printable

By on April 17, 2017

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My organizing journey started just before I became a teenager. I went into my room one weekend and didn’t come out until it was completely cleaned and organized. Since then, I have strived to keep things organized and utilize the systems that we have put in place.

Organizing can be a scary word. It can evoke feelings of fear and panic especially when you don’t know where to begin. It’s easier to admit defeat than to try to figure out where to begin.

Most organizing plans fall through because people don’t create a system or keep up the system that they have initially established. To begin your organizing journey, you have to commit to wanting to be organized and be willing to maintain the systems that you put into place. 

People take the time to accomplish cleaning their home each week. Keeping their home organized is another story. It is not a difficult task, but many people put it off. It’s so much easier to shut the drawer, or door than to tackle what sits behind it.

You need to give some serious thought about where you want to begin. What are your organizational goals? What is the most important task for you to complete first?  Are you willing to make a commitment to maintain the systems that you put into place?

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Your Organizing Journey

To start, you first need to create a plan of what you would like to organize. Each of these specific areas become your organizational goals. Like any goal, you must take steps to achieve it.

1 | Write down your organizational goals. What do you want to see organized? List each of the items or areas that are important for you to tackle.

2 | For each of the organizational goals, create an action plan. There could be multiple steps that you need to reach the target that you have set. What are the steps that you need to take to achieve your goal? What items do you need to make this happen? During this time, you should be honest with yourself. If you aren’t using something, it’s time to get rid of it by giving it away, donating it, or selling it.

3 | Implement each organizing goal by taking the action to achieve it. Working toward each goal could take some time. Follow the steps that you have created so you can accomplish it and not get frustrated in the process. Start small so you can easily maintain what you have worked so hard to achieve.

Free Printable

To get you started, I’ve included a free organization plan printable.  Click on the image of the Organization Plan to join and get access to your free printable.

 

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Get started on your organizing journey, today. List out your organizational goals and create an action plan to implement each of those goals. Once you have done that, create a solid routine that will help keep you organized. Once you have an established routine, organizing won’t seem so scary.

Until next time,

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