2017 Holiday Planner Pack (15 Free Printables For Your Christmas Binder!)

Wishing You A Well-Organized And Peaceful Holiday Season!

Want a Christmas with less stress and more joy? The 2017 Holiday Planner Pack with 15 Free Printables is available now. Have your most organized and peaceful holiday season yet with a Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday organizing binder!

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With the holidays just around the corner, now is the time to start getting organized!

The 2017 Holiday Planning Pack includes printables to help you create a Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday organizing binder.

The Magical Holiday Moments

I love holiday planning. I’m always filled with joy when it’s time to pull out our boxes of holiday decorations.

But, if you’re anything like me, you can get so distracted with all that you have to do during the holidays that you forget to enjoy the small magical moments of the season.

Yes, this holiday planning pack is designed to help you get organized for Thanksgiving and Christmas.

But it’s also designed to help you stay present so you can enjoy the magic of celebrating with your family.

One of my favorite printables is the monthly calendar where you can schedule things like “have hot cocoa,” “enjoy the holiday lights,” or “listen to Christmas music.”

There’s a calendar with sample holiday events and a blank one for you to complete with your favorite holiday moments.

Holiday Binder Contents

Here’s a list of the categories you’ll create in your binder when putting together your holiday planner:

1. Holiday Ideas (Holiday Brain Dump)

2. Holiday Budget Planning 

3. Holiday Bucket List 

4. Holiday Projects/Ideas 

5. November Calendar

6. December Calendar

7. Thanksgiving To-Dos (Checklist)

8. December To-Dos (Checklist)

9. Menu Planning

10. Holiday Cards Planning 

11. Holiday Gift Planning

12. Holiday Family Giving 

13. November Gratitude Journal

14. December Gratitude Journal

15. Other

Materials List to Create Your Holiday Binder:

To create your holiday binder, these are a few things you’ll need to gather. Here are the materials I use to create mine:

What’s Your Favorite Holiday Planning Tip Or Memory?

My grandmother always eagerly decorated for Christmas the day after Thanksgiving. Her love of celebrations is part of her legacy that I’m joyfully passing on to my children.

My favorite holiday memories are admiring my grandmother’s beautifully decorated house (Christmas tree complete with tinsel), drinking homemade eggnog, and celebrating with family.

Tell me, what’s your favorite holiday memory or holiday tip?

Write it in the comments section below so we can all benefit from your experience and advice!

Don’t forget to request your 2017 Holiday Planner Pack by Clicking HERE.

Happy holiday planning!

With Gratitude and Joy,

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  1. I’m so glad I’m not the only one who is already thinking ahead toward Christmas! 🙂 Thanks for sharing these printables – they look so helpful and cute. My focus this year is on keeping things simple(r). I always want to do everything, and I’m having to remind myself that doing a few things well is better than doing many things from a place of exhaustion, stress, and resentment.