Hi friends, I’m excited to finally provide you with my 2018 Free Printable Christmas Planner. You all liked last year’s holiday planner so much I thought I’d share another one with you this year. As I’ve said many times before the key to less stress and chaos at the holidays is to stop planning in our heads and write everything down. Once we see everything down on paper in front of us (and I mean everything!), it’s easier to see where we might need to simplify our schedules to make time for the things that matter most to us.
Organized for Christmas:
I love slowing down in December and just enjoying the beauty that is the Christmas season. And watching Hallmark Christmas movies of course, I NEVER get tired of those!! So I do as much of the gift shopping and decorating as I can in November in order to take the pressure off of my December. I’ve pretty much got the organization of it all down pat at this point. I’ve shared about how I organize for the holidays on the blog in the past including my very favorite gift list and budget apps. You can read all about it on my Organized for Christmas page.
2018 Free Printable Christmas Planner:
But first grab you’ll want to grab my newest Christmas planner. Print it off, put it in a binder and start filling it in. The more you jot down and coordinate in advance the more on top of it all you’ll be. It’s real pretty too 🙂
Some of the pages you’ll get are November and December calendars.
A daily menu planner that you can use all month long.
A page to record the sweets and treats you want to make.
A bucket list.
And many more!
I hope you really like it and find it really helpful. You can download the PDF file by clicking on the link below.
2017 Holiday Planner:
Of course you can still use pages from last year’s free printable holiday planner as well. The only thing that won’t be applicable are the calendars as they were designed specifically for 2017. Feel free to mix and match to your heart’s content 🙂
Also don’t forget to add your free PUPA Movement printable to your binder. What in the world am I talking about? This strategy is one I created to help you get in the habit of picking up and putting away the stuff in your home in preparation for a clutter free holiday. You can read all about it and grab your free PUPA printable HERE.
Christmas Craft Projects:
I also shared earlier this month how I was going to FINALLY get my Christmas craft project done this year. I’m happy to report that my system is working, woot, woot!
I’m about 85% complete and it’s only mid November. Yay I’m so happy! Seriously if you are hoping to make some gifts this season, follow my method HERE for getting it done in time. Here’s how my ornaments turned out. So cute! If I do say so myself, ha!
So I think you are all set for one organized Christmas this year. Let me know how you make out and if there is anything else I can do to help!
I hope you have a an amazing holiday and a peaceful Christmas this year thanks to a little advance planning. If you like these free printables I would love it if you would be so kind as to share this post with your friends and family. Thank you!!
PS: Know someone who might like an organized gift for Christmas? Check out some of my favorite organizing products in my shop.