Christmas can be an overwhelming and stressful time. Budgets get blown out, time seems to speed up, our to-do lists feel never ending, and then there’s the rigmarole of events, presents, travel details, and the expectations of family and friends. It creeps up on us from nowhere, and just as the year starts to wind down, we’re expected to wind up.
As with all parts of our lives and our homes, Christmas too can be broken down, organised and planned. We can empty our busy minds on to paper, and take control of the 101 facets of a fancy feast, the ever growing gift list, balance our budgets and so much more!
This planner literally covers everything! I have you sorted for monthly planners from June to Christmas, weekly planners throughout December, and even a breakdown of Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and Boxing Day. No more trying to remember what photos you want to capture, how to manage your budget, what gifts to get and how you’re going to afford them, or even what shops you need to remember to visit – this is all included! Christmas cards you need to send as well as ones received, recipes to try and others to remember, even traditions to uphold and inspiration for creating new ones.
My Christmas Planner really has EVERYTHING you need to make this Christmas a time for family, fun, memories and marvellous merriment.
Whilst I have created Christmas planners for you before, this year’s design has a few key points that differentiate it from the rest. First and foremost, it can be used year after year after year! No more needing to purchase a new one each year (unless you want to update the calendar part of the planner, which you can do for just $4.95 – you’ll get an instantly downloadable file, so simply purchase and print, easy peasy!).
The new stylish design of my Christmas Planner is beautifully timeless, and is best described as a perfect balance between calming white space and a sprinkle of cotton candy wonderland. It’s elegant, calming for the mind, and a little bit of fun too.
The pretty colours are not a traditional Christmas palette, but more a subtle take on chic festivity. The step away from a bold Christmas design also means you won’t feel like you’re jumping the gun when you start your Christmas pre-planning mid year… which is exactly what I recommend you do (take advantage of those mid year toy sales people!).
Download your Christmas Planner now so you will be organised in time for Christmas Day!
Please Note: This is a digital file that will be available for download after a payment has been made. A physical product will not be sent to you.
This 83-page planner bundle includes pages such as:
- 2020 Calendar Pack
- Front Cover and Spine label
- Christmas goals page
- Christmas preparation checklists
- Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day Schedules
- Christmas crafts planner
- Guest lists
- Christmas budgets for gifts, food, decorations and more
- Christmas card lists
- Address book pages
- Gift lists for family and friends
- Online & layby gift purchases
- Password tracker
- Advent and stocking gift lists
- Baking plan
- Meal plan
- Recipe cards
- Shopping and grocery lists
- Note your favourite memories and traditions
- … plus so much more.
You can see my full write up about the Christmas Planner on my blog, The Organised Housewife here.
HOW TO USE
Print single pages (I did not create this planner to be printed double sided). Place pages into a binder. There are a few different options for the divider pages that I have included. You could laminate them, or as I have done this year is insert them into premium quality sheet protectors and add tabs $2.50 from Kmart to make it easier to find sections within the planner.
This planner was created to be personalised, meaning you can print multiple copies of particular pages or not print certain pages at all. This planner is not intended to be printed back to back, it is a planner that you can adapt to suit you.