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Friday, May 17, 2013

Fix it Up Friday: FREE Organizational Printables!

Free Printables
Earlier this week while I was sitting and pondering, wait….who am I kidding, I don’t sit and ponder anymore. Let’s try this again. As I was going between vacuuming and wiping up Addie’s runny nose, I thought, “Before I do any more “new” projects for fix it up Fridays I should probably get what I already have, organized and cleaned!” This will be my attempt at showing you how I’m doing that. I've created a few FREE pintables to help get things started. Hopefully they will be useful to you as well! (Just click on the links below the pictures to download and print them!) 
                I thought I would start with a cleaning schedule. This makes for easy “spring cleaning” if you’ve already got a daily plan/weekly schedule. What is your daily/weekly cleaning schedule? Let me know in the comments below!
Free Printable

To print this Weekly Cleaning Schedule CLICK HERE!

The second FREE printable that I have is for all you bloggers! Here is a Blog Post Planning printable for weekly use. Definitely a time saver to plan out my posts ahead of time, and this is a fun way to do that. I feel like if I have my posts planned out they’re more likely to get done, and hopefully not have to stress about doing it last minute! We all know how that goes! :)
Free Printable
To Print the Blog Plan CLICK HERE!



 A huge chunk of time can be spent thinking about and preparing for grocery shopping. I thought I would create a master grocery checklist that I could leave on the fridge to highlight items as we run out of them. That way my husband is involved too, and I don’t forget any miscellaneous items.
Free Printable
To print our Grocery Checklist CLICK HERE!

The last printable I have for you goes along with the previous one. It is a Weekly Menu Plan. Planning out meals can take some time, but I think it helps in the long run. What I suggest doing with this is putting it in an 8x10 frame to hang in the kitchen, that way, 1. you only have to print it once and 2. you can just use a dry erase marker. This allows for making easy changes. Anyway, here it is:
Free Printable
To print our Weekly Menu Planner CLICK HERE!


I hope these tools are useful for any of you trying to get a little more organized!

Cheers to Staying Organized,

8 comments:

  1. I printed out the blog plan and can't wait to use it next week. This is the one area I need help organizing.

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  2. Michelle, that's awesome, I hope it helps! Have a wonderful weekend :)

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  3. I love these! The design is super cute too.

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  4. Love your grocery check list & would love to print it but it is showing up as a jpeg & doesn't offer a way to print. Help please!

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    1. If you click on the link below the printable - It should open the document in "google docs". Once there you should be able to click "file" and "download". Once it is downloaded you should be able to open it and print it. Hopefully that helps! :)
      -Kayla

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  5. Thank You for sharing. I have already used your printable and just love it. I have shared your printable on my blog at http://countrymotheronabudget.blogspot.com/2016/11/menu-planning-printables.html

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