Let’s get organised in July

When I first started the blog I used to share a monthly planning post, which used to coincide with a daily task at the beginning of each month.  At the beginning of each month I give you in my daily newsletter and on my facebook page  the task to “Prepare for the month ahead”. Sounds easy, but what shall we plan to help you get organised for the month?

Plan your month

Ideas to add the following to your calendar:

  • Birthdays & Anniversaries
  • Holidays
  • Public Holidays, find dates here
  • School term start and end dates here
  • Pupil free school days
  • School events, discos, fun days
  • If family/friends are coming to stay
  • Business trips
  • Hairdresser/beauty appointments
 
  • Dentist checkups
  • Health checkups
  • Time to sit down and meal plan
  • Plan an upcoming holiday
  • Immunisation for kids and pets
  • Time out for YOU!
  • Date night
  • Girls night out
  • Family fun day

July Birthstone is: Ruby

Personally, by sharing this post each month it will be a great time for me to let you know how I am going, I love the accountability I have with you all!!

Accountability – June to-do list

I’m writing this post mid June to publish at the end of June.  I have planned ahead so I can take a break off with my kids over school holidays. So I am still working on my list for last month, my pantry is ooh so close to being finished, I just need a few more pieces to complete it and I plan on doing the other two tasks over their school holidays.

  • continue organising my pantry
  • organise my sons wardrobe
  • find a light for my dining table, I am procrastinating too much about this

I have been visiting my local lighting stores trying to find a pendant for our dining area, the lights I like won’t work as I need a pendant with a wide base at the top, many have very small bases. The pendant pictured below was the initial one I purchased from Beacon Lighting, but sadly had to return it as this is when I worked out our point in the roof isn’t centre, therefore needing a wider base to place it to the centre of the ceiling.

I’m sharing my goals for the month, plus I’ve created a printable monthly planning page you can use to prepare for your month and get organised. Setting your goals and priorities, with a little quote for inspiration.

image credit: Beacon Lighting

My July to-do list

I am keeping this months list simple

  • relax
  • take the kids out of the house
  • finish off my June list

July 2016 Monthly planner page

Use this July 2016 Monthly planner page to help you organise your goals for the month. It has a little quote for some inspiration for you:

Put your heart mind and soul into even your smallest acts this is the secret of success – Swami Sivananda

I’m sharing my goals for the month, plus I’ve created a printable monthly planning page you can use to prepare for your month and get organised. Setting your goals and priorities, with a little quote for inspiration.

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Free Monthly Calendar

Use the 2016 free monthly calendar, Weekly Planner or Daily Planner to help you plan your days through the month.

What goals do you have this month, personally or around the home? Share them with me in the comments.

How did you go with your goals last month?

A free printable monthly planning page to prepare for your month and get organised. Setting your goals and priorities, with a little quote for inspiration.

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2 comments

Pip June 30, 2016 - 3:31 PM

My goal for July is to take advantage of our school holidays & do a bit of a clean out- our playroom looks like a bomb has hit it (despite the beautiful boxes & shelving we have) so my mission is to sort it, cull what we don’t use or need and then organise it all (hopefully doing all of it WITH the kids help…) Plus my wardrobe and office are looking pretty sad so i want to do those too!

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Tania July 1, 2016 - 11:28 AM

My goal for July is to get myself in some sort of routine with my housework and other commitments (while the school holidays are on) so I dont feel so overwhelmed by the work and the clutter and I can free the time I should be spending with my daughter 🙂

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