The Intentional Holidays Planner is designed to help you plan and prepare for the holiday season so you can be present to enjoy the moments that matter.
The Intentional Holidays Planner is back and updated for 2020! Last year, I released a printable holiday planner and it was so helpful for myself and others. This year, I have updated it and added a few things to help make it work well again!
If you have ever felt like the holiday season has passed you by in a blur because you were so stressed about all of the things, this planner is for you. This comes as a free printable that you can download today and start using!
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The Intentional Holidays Planner Includes:
Planning for the Holidays Pages
Instead of simply sharing calendar pages, this planner also includes three important tips in the planning pages. After you read each tip, there are helpful questions to work through so you can be preparing for the holiday season.
Of course, there are also calendars! This includes a daily list page, November and December calendar grid, and a holiday planning checklist.
Use the pages in this section to help you plan out who you need to shop for, write out gift ideas, and make a shopping list. Instead of having everything in your mind, you will put the thoughts to paper and have it all in one place.
There is also a page of gift tags to print off and use for fun.
Holiday Baking and Cooking
November and December can be filled with lots of cooking. Go ahead and make a list of the recipes you want to make. This can be an ongoing list. There is also a recipe page that you can print to put the recipes on.
Make sure to add this amazing sugar cookie recipe to the list!
Traditions are always a fun part of the holiday season. Use the bucket list page to write out everything you hope to do. There is a page you can use to write out the main parts.
To help you come up with ways to serve and connect every day, there are two lists that share ideas.
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Download the printable planner today and put it in a 3-ring binder so you can start putting everything in one place.
During the holiday season, we do not have to do every single little thing, instead, we can focus on doing what matters to our family.