December seems to be the busiest month of the year for most families and I already have my head spinning trying to keep up with all the events that are filling our calendar! I want to make sure we are doing our favorite events and check out some fun new activities to celebrate the Christmas Season this year. There are “must dos” and “would like to do” that I have in my head but I started thinking about a Christmas checklist and how to keep track of it all so we can enjoy family time without the stress of running from one place to the next. I found some adorable Christmas planners that are worth a look and even the ones that cost money are cheap (under $5!) if you want to splurge a little. I have listed two of my favorites below that are FREE, be sure to check out our Pinterest Page for more ideas on keeping your Christmas organized and stress free!
I like the idea of keeping a few of the pages for keepsakes and the following year you can look back on what you liked and want to do again! This one even has a Holiday Bucket List, budget worksheet, card planning and baking planning for all those cookies exchanges you might be going to! If you click on the picture it will take you directly to their page to print.
This one is adorable but comes from the UK, hence the spelling for “organise”.