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Get Organized for the Holidays

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Thanksgiving and Christmas seem to sneak up on us every year and they can become overwhelming if we haven’t planned ahead. Getting ideas, lists, and recipes organized ahead of time is a great way to make sure you can really enjoy the holidays without all of the last-minute rushing around. In this post, I’ll share about my Holiday Planner and how to use it to get organized and ready for the holidays.

Having your holiday notes, lists, and plans in one place will help you feel more prepared when the busy holiday season comes around.

The undated monthly calendar pages will allow you to look ahead and plan for holiday events, giving you a good overview of these busy months. The weekly pages are a great place to keep track of all of the tasks leading up to the holidays, so you don’t let important things fall through the cracks.

Thanksgiving Planning

For Thanksgiving, there are several pages to help you get organized. First, you can get your schedule planned out on the printable weekly planning pages. You may want to include what day you need to go shopping, bake certain recipes, pick up orders, clean the house, etc.

Plan your Thanksgiving menu so you don’t forget any important items. Keep track of your guests on the guest list so you know how many people you will be cooking for.

We do a lot of baking for Thanksgiving so I have a baking list that you can keep important recipe notes on. Write down all of the baking ingredients that you will need so you can shop ahead of time and make sure you have everything you need.

Christmas Planning Pages

The Holiday Planner has 25 printable pages to help you plan for Christmas. These pages are very detailed, including worksheets to help you plan your Christmas meals, holiday baking, and gift-giving.

There are pages to organize your Christmas cards, track online orders, and even plan out your Elf on a Shelf shenanigans.

In This Digital Planner You Will Receive:

Thanksgiving Planning Sheets Include:

  • November Monthly Calendar November Weekly Pages
  • Thanksgiving Entertaining
  • Thanksgiving Guest List Thanksgiving Menu
  • Thanksgiving Baking & Cooking
  • Thanksgiving Cooking Timeline
  • Baking List
  • Baking Supplies

Christmas Planning Sheets Include:

  • December Monthly Calendar
  • January Monthly Calendar
  • December & January Undated Weekly Pages
  • Christmas Guests
  • Christmas Eve Menu
  • Christmas Menu
  • Baking List
  • Baking supplies
  • Cookie List
  • Gift Giving List
  • Stocking Stuffer Ideas
  • Teacher Gifts
  • My Wish List
  • Neighbor Gifts
  • Online Order Tracker
  • Gifts to Make
  • Christmas Cards
  • Thank You Cards
  • Christmas Traditions
  • Movies & Music Books & Traditions
  • Events & Other Ideas
  • 24 Days of Advent
  • Random Acts of Kindness
  • 12 Days of Christmas
  • Elf on a Shelf Ideas

You can get the entire printable Holiday Planner. for only $6. Because this is a digital product you can print as many copies of the worksheets and planning pages as you need, every year! I like to store my planner in a 3-ring binder that I can pull out every year and have all of my lists, recipes, and notes in one place.

You can use year-after-year! I hope you find this planner a helpful reference to help you get organized for the holidays.

Reminder: After you purchase you will receive an email with a link to download this digital product. This is a PDF file. You can print as many copies as you would like for your own personal use. This is not a printed book that will be sent to you in the mail.

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