The holidays will be here soon. It’s so easy to let the time get away from us and end up rushing around this time of the year. Taking a few moments now to start planning will help prevent the panic and rush.
For the last few years I’ve used a holiday planner to help me stay on track for Thanksgiving and Christmas. I use free printables to make mine and just put it in the same binder I use for my planner and homemaking binder.
There are many options out there for holiday planning. Some just use their planner and add in holiday information or some, like myself, have a different planner for the holidays.
If you want to use a different planner so you have more space and more organization you can either buy printables or use free printables. Here are a few options I’ve found.
Free Holiday Planner
This is the option I’ve used. Not everything matches but it’s free and easy.
My Thanksgiving Planner
It’s designed to use minimal ink to reduce printing costs. Also it’s undated so you can use it year after year.
It’s only $5 and you only have to buy it once!
The Brocante Home Christmas Planner
This planner is packed with goodies and is only $5! It’s a really good deal.
Life Your Way Christmas and Thanksgiving Planners
The planners from Life Your Way are very streamlined and are perfect for anyone that doesn’t want a lot of graphics in their planner. They also are great if you don’t want to have to use a lot of ink.
The Organised Housewife Christmas Planner
This is another Christmas planner with a lot of design elements. It’s very cute and has a lot of different pages to help you stay organized.
These are just a few of the Holiday planners out there. You can find many more options, including more free options, on my Holiday Planners Pinterest board.
If you want to be even more organized this holiday season be sure to sign up for my Holiday Inspiration mailing list. You will get little reminders and tips to help you on your way to having a stress-free holiday season. It’s a great way to help yourself stay on track. And be sure to check out my book A Stress-Free Christmas: A Complete How-To Guide for help with all you need to know to have a stress-free Christmas.
Have you used a holiday planner before? Share in the comments below.
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