February Printable Organizer

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Are you feeling overwhelmed and disorganized? Do you have trouble staying on top of your to-do lists and tackling your goals?

The February Printable Organizer can make your life easier by helping you create an organized plan to get what you need to do.

Take control of your schedule this month, make the most of your time, and reach your goals with this helpful and convenient monthly planner.

Download today and get organized!

February Checklist Freebie | Let’s Organize It!

I can’t believe that February is almost here. The new year is in full swing, and this is the time when we continue to work on our goals and resolutions and see what is working for our families. Some fun things are coming up in February, so a February Printable Organizer will help you keep everything organized. Let’s Organize It!

Organization helps keep our lives orderly; this month, we focus on the family.

I’ll lead you through taking inventory of your time, talents, family, homes, and activities. We begin by tackling one part of our lives at a time in small chunks, and over the remainder of the year, you will be amazed at the progress you’ve made without getting overwhelmed.

This handy February Printable Organizer lets you easily organize different aspects of your life using print-out sheets.

Don’t wait; print and begin immediately! With the aid of organizational sheets, it is easier to implement a plan.

Organization is more than arranging or throwing out unused items. It can become a way of life. While a tidy house and purging the extras are necessary, they are only the tip of the overall plan to run a home with grace and joy.

This month our focus is on the family, getting rid of classroom clutter, and making lists of items to take when you leave your home, with the added benefit of family activities such as field trips.

The February Printable Organizer also includes an overall list for organizing your day.

Look at your day and decide what needs organization. This organizational planner includes tips and a system to accomplish the non-negotiables on your list, like eating and sleeping, while still leaving time to enjoy life!

Try not to put off things that you have the time to accomplish.

Keeping realistic goals and expectations is essential in planning out the day. Remember, there is a season for everything. A mom with little ones will accomplish more tasks that involve caring for the family’s immediate needs, while a mom with teens will perform other tasks that might have to do more with broader needs, such as dealing with teenage emotions, lessons, and preparing for high school and beyond.

While planning your day, look for ways to set up routines that work for you, keep a specific schedule, and know what events are coming soon.

This will go a long way in lowering your stress.

Using a large central wall calendar allows everyone to see events at a glance, plus a smaller planner or the calendar on your phone, can all be valuable tools. Having more than one is what most organized people do. Find what works for you! Be sure to share digital calendars with your spouse and older children. That way, when one event is updated, everyone gets a notification.
Focus on your priorities. When new projects or events come up, add them to the calendar or the to-do list. That helps you keep organized. Communication is key. Let your family know when you are trying something new or struggling. Don’t assume they will figure out your struggles or needs. Instead, enlist the help of your spouse and children when needed. You are in this together.

So many resources are available the February Printable Organizer and the podcasts on Ultimate Homeschool Podcast Network; Felice Gerwitz’s podcast (my mom!) and her entire podcast network are free.

Check out the Ultimate Homeschool Podcast Network, which has many shows that deal with the topic of organization. Just search for the topic on the website. I pray that you are brought peace and joy as you organize your life!

~ Blessings, Christina Moss

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