Day 6 – Organized Christmas: Put Together Your Christmas Binder

This is Day 6 of our 31 Days To An Organized Christmas. To read all the posts in order, start with this post, then visit the Landing Page to see the outline for the whole series.

Assignments:

  • Read Project 2: Put Together Your Christmas Binder (pages 28-31) in Get Yourself Organized for Christmas or read Kathi’s blog post HERE.
  • Check in with your Organized Christmas buddy.
  • Gather the supplies listed in this chapter.
  • Gather anything Christmas-related that you can put into your binder. This can be previously printed address or gifts lists, envelopes and stamps, recipes for gatherings, etc. Tip: This is not the time to print new things from Pinterest or Martha Stewart. :p

Some Thoughts:

There are TONS of printables out there on the interwebs, and while I was very tempted to print all the things, I decided I would take it a step at a time with the projects and print the pages out as needed. I grabbed my old MOPS leader binder (which isn’t in the best condition, but still works!), took the tabs out of the binder I used to plan my sister’s wedding, and typed up a quick table of contents for the front. Easy-peasy!

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While putting together your binder, add only those things that you will really use. One of the secrets of keeping the binder usable is to keep it uncluttered. – Get Yourself Organized for Christmas

And here is our Christmas Binder Table of Contents*:

If you are on social media, make sure to post a pic and let me know to check out your snazzy new Christmas binder! My handle is @iamjoymoy on Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.

*You can find our Christmas Binder Table of Contents HERE. Can someone access it and let me know if you are able to save it and edit it yourself (not on the actual doc, but after you save it)?

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