I love being organized.
Below are some printables/templates for getting organized. As always, if you have a request, let me know & I’ll see what I can do!
Cleaning Checklists (3 designs on left; 1 on right)
I’m going to direct you to the post which actually has three different designs.
One is the checklists I used at my old house.
The second is the checklists I use at my new house (basically the same chores, some small changes, and a few changes in frequency)….
And the most popular one- BLANKS! The design and everything is done- you fill in your own chores. Or a certain child’s name and a chore.
(I included the blanks on the side also since that seems to be everyone’s favorite).
Vacation Clothing Planner & Packing List
As requested….travel clothing planner with space for day & night clothes, plans, and weather. And exhaustive packing list w/ everything you could possibly need!
Packing List of everything you could possibly need! Just cross out the ones you don’t need. (I’ve NEVER taken everything on here.). Plus space for other stuff (such as kid’s items).
For the PDF- both pages are in the one file…just scroll down.
Canning Jar Labels
I LOVE these. I use canning jars for a lot (oatmeal breakfast mixes pre-mixed), salad dressings, homemade dishwasher detergent, etc.
Since there are 7 different files- and this page is already very full of files- I’m going to direct you to the original post where you can see the various designs and color combinations.
Take Control of Your Wardrobe
This post (“Stop Wasting Time & Money; Take Control of Your Wardrobe“) is necessary to fully use these printables.
It is long, but I promise two things:
- When you go on vacation, you already know what to take! If you’re like me, you plan out outfits for vacation. But now you already know what you like! And what looks great together.
- When you go shopping for clothes, there should be one question: Does it make my Top 10 today? Am I going to wear it tomorrow? And next week? If I were re-doing the whole process, would this be a shirt (or skirt or whatever) that I would write down as a Top 10? Or would it go to the “fits, I like it, but not a favorite”? (And please, no, not the “It doesn’t quite fit YET, but I love it.” Nope. Nope. Nope.)If you follow rule #2, I guarantee you will save money on clothes this year.
Spice Jar Labels
While the designs are a bit simple, they work if you’re looking for quick labels.
You have two options: print them directly on a page-size shipping label and cut them out (obviously, they will then stick to whatever) -or- print on regular (or stock) paper and then tape them to what you are using. I’ve actually starting taping because I re-use quite a bit. If it’s going to be labeled permanently, then I use the sticky ones.
These are small 1″ round labels. Again, the design isn’t anything complex, but they work for me! There are 3 different designs. Both designs have a page of pre-printed (with spice names) and a page of blanks.
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