Are you a fan of lists?
There’s something having things in writing that keeps the chaos in my brain in order. This printable weekly planner is a great way to organize your week and make sure you get everything done that you need to.
Are you having trouble keeping all your stuff organized? There are so many things we need to keep track of, everything from links we want to check out later to documents we don’t want to lose. Clipix is the perfect way to keep all your digital information in one place so you only have to find it once.
Ready to get your 2016 off on to a strong start? This 2016 printable calendar can help you keep track of everything you need to, whether that’s work commitments, your family’s schedule, or important dates.
We kept the design nice and clean on this so you can customize it the way you want. I love using my calendar to make sure I don’t forget anything important. I use the calendar in my phone all the time but there’s something about having a printable calendar that just helps me keep track of things.
I’m a big fan of menu planning. It saves me so much time and money. I hate wasting time in the store running back and forth because my list is all out of order. I usually have at least a few kids with my while I’m grocery shopping so spending extra time backtracking to grab something off my list that I missed the first time I was in an aisle just doesn’t work for me. This printable grocery list helps you simplify your trip to the store and you can still add things to your grocery list as you need to.
Are you sending Christmas cards out this year? We have a free printable that will help you keep track of everyone’s address (and simply things for next year).
The hardest part about getting Christmas cards out is tracking down everyone’s address. Don’t waste your time doing it year after year. Keeping a list of all your addresses for holiday cards together means you can just update the ones who have changed and get your cards out in no time at all.
My best friend and I used to constantly go to eat out after school at this little Chinese buffet down the street from our high school. Even after we graduated and went to college, we still went out once a week to catch up…at first. Then we realized how much college was costing us…and how small our budgets were.
Not wanting to give up on tradition, we decided to stay in and make our favorites at home. And we didn’t have to put real pants on to leave the house? Sold. Easiest decision of my life. A really delicious one too! This recipe for Homemade General Tso’s Chicken tastes just like our favorite takeout but you can make it for a fraction of the cost and you get to control the ingredients.