christmas planner

Thursday, October 21, 2010

So I'm a planner.  Well, I'm a project manager by trade, and that kind of by default makes me a professional planner.  I'm all about scheduling and organizing things in advance.  I like spontaneous things too, but I always feel more comfortable if everything is planned out.  My husband?  Not so much.  He'd rather figure it out along the way.  Sigh.

Anyway, so I'm a big planner, but I'm not sure I'm far enough ahead to start planning Christmas!  Of course now is probably the time - if I want to make any gifts I better start crackin'!  Looks like the blog world is try to tell me something, because I found these first two projects this week!  The other one is an older one (that I posted in Christmas in July) but I love so much I wanted to include again.  Let me know how you are doing on your Christmas planning!!

1. Ashley Ann's blog is really one of my favorites - the photos are AMAZING, the kids are freakin' adorable and the projects she does are just awesome!  She did a recent guest blog series while on vacation and this great little Christmas planner was on there by eighteen25 (another one of my favorite blogs!)

2. The Daily Digi recently posted on a fully digital planner, including full download.  So if you are less of a paper cutter and more of a photoshopper (I just coined a new term!) then this one is for you!
3. And here is Stacy's holiday planner, which seems to be the most affordable of them all.  She used a little spiral notebook!  Doesn't make it any less adorable or organizational worthy!

Which is your favorite?  Do you use a different planner format? Or none at all?

1 comment:

  1. I know you'll be jealous about this! I actually ordered one of the cheap small notebooks last year from one of the photo companies (sorry, can't remember which one!). I put fun pictures of our family throughout the cover and labeled it Christmas 2010. Then I bought some labels to divide my notebook (nothing fancy, though). I've been using it to plan. Not a lot in it yet, but I just pulled it out again and put it in my purse to start making more notes as I'm out and about. I loved the idea & thanks for showing me yet another way to feed my obsession about lists :).


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