Summer Planning Organization Worksheet
You know it’s that time again…. SUMMER!! What has happened to all the things you mommy’s said you were going to do this spring and did NOT get around to doing?? I know, I am with you on this one. But I DO have a solution to helping your summer stay on track with what YOU want to do. Here is your Summer planning organization worksheet.
So, get that pen that is hiding in your purse or under the couch. Mommy you know that pen is hiding there. I have a FREE planning printable just for you to help make your life easier and to take back your summer. Are you with me? Can I get a hoot hoot??? okay, so here is the “know how” on how to use this simple summer planning organization worksheet.
First Step to Summer Planning Organization Worksheet
Sit back relax and make yourself your favorite drink. Mine is a simple coffee by Don Francisco (Cinnamon Hazelnut) and a few others are a staple in my house. Try to ignore the dishes, the carpet that needs vacuuming, and the hundred other things that need your attention. Believe me it will be there again tomorrow and the week after. Yikes!
Think about two categories: things you want to do in your house and mini vacations. I don’t want to think about a week long vacation because that takes a lot of planning and we only have a short time to make plans for a quick getaway this summer. Be realistic and make a list of things that will be a challenge that will prevent the vacation from happening. Completed the house project and mini vacation planning worksheet.
Your list does not need to be fully completed. Also, talk it over with your spouse or children. Talking and planning with family stirs up excitement and focus. Write down a complete list of all the activities. Next, rank each item with a weight system to identify the top three most important items for house projects and mini vacations. Write down the top three items in each section of the “My Summer Plans” printable.
There are many other things to do over the summer but let’s be real and try to focus on two main categories. By doing this will help you to achieve your goals more quickly and consistently. It is important to have a sense of “ahhh, I did something on my summer list” and to feel good that you accomplished something. You see, it is not important to focus on trying to accomplish everything on your list. It is the PROCESS of accomplishing your goals that is important here and we know that is a wonderful skill to possess.
Place this summer planning organization worksheet somewhere that will have high visibility like your fridge, kitchen table, dresser, or car. You can also add this printable to a family vision board. Since the tasks already have check marks for you (because we know they will all get done), all you have to do is circle the checkmark once the task is done. That’s it!! Each week review the planning sheet together with your family. This helps to stay on track and keep focused on the tasks. You can do it! Write me and let me know what you did with your family.
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