Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Activity Planning {Printable}

A few months ago I created some party planning printables to use for some birthday parties and an anniversary party that I was planning all at the same time to try and keep myself a little more organized.  I hate being unorganized and it really stresses me out and so I do what I can to keep myself on track.
I use a lot of lists...to do lists, grocery lists, shopping lists, packing lists...any kind of list that you can think of.  This is the only way that I can stay sane when I have more than one thing going on at a time.  And that is ALWAYS! 
I created a standard format so that I will always have something to make my list on that already has a little structure and gets me going on the right track from the start.  This has been a major help for me and since I know that I am not the only one that has a million and one things going on at all times I want to share these lists for anyone else needing a little structure to use as well.
Below is my latest set of planning worksheets created for some Easter and spring activities that I helped my mom with at her church.  This is very similar to the party planning lists that I created several months ago, but has a little different list of items and categories to use.  Every person and every event has different needs and so having more than one format makes it easy for me to pick which one I want to use.
The links below will allow you to download PDF files that can be edited to create your own personal lists.  You can also type directly onto these forms in Adobe Acrobat so that your list is readable to everyone who may be helping you and you can change, update and reprint your list in just a few minutes!

I used the Shabby Princess Promise free scrapbooking kit to design my activity planning worksheets.  You can download this kit for free personal use here:
Here are the links to some of the other planning printables that I have created: 

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