The ‘Ultimate’ Christmas Planning Toolkit

Christmas Planning Toolkit

Please excuse the “shameless” plug but November is next week and I wanted to make sure you knew about the ‘Ultimate’ Christmas Planner Toolkit I created.

Every year Advent/Christmas comes and goes so fast that it is hard sometimes to stay organized, sane and truly focused on the true meaning of Christmas. Do you have the same problem or is it just me? 🙂

That’s why I created the ‘Ultimate’ Christmas planner. It is a 96-page e-book chock-full of templates and lists that will help you keep track of everything you need and want to do during the Advent/Christmas Season. Actually, NOW is the time to start planning for the holy-days and this planner includes templates for Halloween, All Saints Day, Thanksgiving and more.

Here is a run-down of what is included in this toolkit:

  • Calendar Templates
  • Budget Template
  • Wish List
  • Gift Lists
  • Greeting Card Lists
  • Thank You Card List
  • Online Confirmation List
  • Menu Plans
  • Baking Plans
  • Grocery Lists
  • Recipe Template
  • Housekeeping Templates
  • Decorating Templates
  • Party and Entertainment Templates
  • Family Craft Template
  • Tradition Celebrations Template
  • Movie, Reading and Music Lists
  • Self-Care Template
  • Pet-Care Template
  • Inspiration List
  • To-Do Templates
  • Blank Note Pages

All you have to do is print out the pages you need, use a 3-hole puncher and put the pages in a binder. Keep the binder in a convenient spot and complete the templates as needed. 🙂

The toolkit is $10 and can be purchased through my Etsy Shop or by clicking the link below.

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Complimentary Menu Planner and Grocery List Worksheet

Since I’ve been doing (or trying to do!) menu planning every week, I created a *very* simple menu planner worksheet and grocery list for myself.

I printed out a bunch of the worksheets and keep them in my home management binder. My home management binder is almost always open or close by, so it’s easy to add ingredients to my grocery list and put together my menu plan.

My particular menu planner worksheet doesn’t account for snacks because I don’t plan in advance for them. If I wanted to plan ahead for snacks, there is usually enough room to write them in at the end of the worksheet.

As for the grocery list, it is based on the categories of my coupon box. This template, too, has room at the bottom for notes or to add anything that doesn’t fit in the categories listed.

In case you were interested in using a menu planning or grocery list template, I thought I’d share mine with you. 🙂 Feel free to download either worksheet – or both. 🙂

Here you are:

Menu Planner Worksheet

Grocery List Worksheet

I hope you find them useful. Enjoy!

(You are welcome to pass the templates to anyone you thing might be interested, just keep the copyright info intact. Thanks!)