Are you overwhelmed and stressed every holiday season? That is not the way it should be. A little planning can go a long way and can help us focus on the real meaning of the season: our Savior’s birth!
I encourage you to step back and focus on what matters the most this Christmas. While it can be easy to get caught up in the busyness of the season, I have found that planning ahead and staying organized minimizes the stress. It helps to keep my focus on the real joy of the season and helps me enjoy celebrating with family and friends.
I cannot promise you a stress-free holiday season, but I have a tool to help you get organized this Christmas.
My Christmas Planner Printable is a simple 13+ page printable planner. Many of the planners I have come across feel so hectic, so I wanted to create a simple version. I left off many of the pictures and icons to help save your printer ink.
Updated for 2020: I changed a few pages to cut down on the color a bit more. While I think color is fun, I don’t want to use all your printer ink. :) I also included a new recipe printable and NEW gift tags!
I hope you find it helpful to plan ahead, get organized, stay under budget, enjoy your traditions, and create memories with your family.
Get Organized this Christmas
The Christmas Planner includes the following pages:
- Cover Page
- Gift List – get this page free here!
- Christmas Card List
- Party Planner
- Menu Planner
- Recipe List
- Holiday Recipe Printable
- Traditions & Memories Tracker
- Christmas Budget
- To-Do List
- Notes Page
- November Calendar Page – now updated for 2020!
- December Calendar Page – now updated for 2020!
- NEW Bonus Gift Tags!
If you want to stay organized this holiday season, now is the time to start!
The calendar pages are updated for 2020. The rest of the pages are undated so you will be able to use the planner in future years.
Get your Christmas Planner printable here!
If you want to try out one of the pages, here is the Christmas Card List from the planner. Get the free PDF here.
How do you plan to get organized this Christmas?
Originally posted October 2017. Updated October 2020.