I am SO excited to share this collection of printables with you. One of my favorite bloggers, Emily at My Love For Words is an incredibly efficient and organized mom. She has saved my sanity a number of times with her spreadsheets and lists, so I decided it was time to help you, my dear reader. I am a lover of lists, and chances are you as well. Without further introduction, these are my favorite printables from My Love For Words. This collection of FREE printables will make you more be organized, reach goals and have fun!
Be Organized Printables:
This is basically my master to do list that helps to keep me on track throughout the week. I tend to write down the various things I want to accomplish throughout the week on this printable and then use a daily printable to most efficiently use my time. (Click to read more)
Personally, I hate grocery shopping. I don’t know why, but I can’t stand it, and I’m lucky to have a husband who does it for our family. However, I do have to plan the meals, compile a list, and cook everything, which is where this printable comes in handy. (Click to read more)
I love to be organized, but sometimes the tool I use to be organized… my to do list… is a complete mess! I usually end up with various projects and events all mixed up together on the same list, which eventually becomes rather unruly, overwhelming, and difficult to use efficiently.
In order to simplify things, I decided to create a “Project To Do List” and have different sheets for different things I’m trying to tackle around the house. (Click to read more)
To me, a blank calendar represents a year full of possibility, and I can’t wait to see what 2015 is going to bring. This pattern has been exclusive to the My Love for Words printables shop… until now! It’s one of my favorites so I wanted to share it with all of you. All twelve pages of the 2015 monthly calendar are predated so all you have to do is fill in your special events, and you’re all set. (Click to read more)
Reach Goals Printables
“If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.” That is what year after year of failed New Year’s resolutions has taught me. I usually start towards my goal with lots of enthusiasm and energy, but before long I end up overwhelmed, which eventually leads to quitting. (Click to read more)
Unfortunately, I tend to get easily discouraged when I don’t get some form of immediate gratification. For example, I feel like if I torture myself with exercise and eating right for 24 hours (twenty-four HOURS!) I deserve to lose like 15 pounds immediately. Since that never happens, and because the scale moves so slowly, I usually need a visual representation of my success in order to remain motivated so I created my Monthly Goal Tracker! (Click to read more)
In hopes of staying on track, I designed this food and exercise tracker. Even though I’m tracking everything online, it’s helpful for me to see the entire month in one glance.
Seeing my progress somewhere really helps me stay motivated, and since the pounds haven’t started falling off just yet I’m hoping this will help me resist overeating and skipping workouts in moments of weakness (because I know sooner or later I’m going to want to). (Click to read more)
Have Fun Printables
Earlier this month in my Counting Down to Christmas post I shared that my family was marking each day of before Christmas with a fun activity. We read stories, had a family dance party, shared things we love about each other, and played this game for our family game night. This game may sound familiar to you. I think the cast of The Office played this in one of their episodes (first season, I think). It’s easy and fun and I’ve already done the hard work for you in making the cards. (Click to read more)
Unfortunately for me, cooler weather usually also means dryer skin so last year I made my first sugar scrub recipe for Christmas. I couldn’t believe how much better my skin felt after using it, and when I ran out I decided it was a great time to try a new recipe. (Click to read more)
Summer is here! See how I’ll be keeping my family busy! I have two versions of my Summer Bucket List, and both include blank copies so you can fill in your own activities. There’ll be no “Mom, I’m boooored” comments around here this summer! (Click to read more)
For more awesome tips, tricks and inspiration to organize your home, your life and your sock drawers hop on over to My Love For Words. You can also check her out on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest, where she shares her amazing content!
What is your greatest organization challenge?