Let’s get organised in November

by Katrina - The Organised Housewife

As we are coming to the end of the year, it is this crazy busy silly season it’s a good opportunity to sit and think about all the things we want to achieve before the year ends.  I have been writing about Christmas Goals recently in the Christmas Countdown Checklist series, but put Christmas aside and think about to the beginning of the year and the resolutions you put in place.  Pick one thing from your list that you haven’t completed yet and make a start on it.

My biggest business goal this year was to print a 2017 Calendar.  I am so thrilled that that dream has become a reality.  You can order your copy here. 

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I truly love this calendar, it’s fresh, pretty and practical. I’ll share more photos and details now that I have a copy, in a blog post soon!

2017-wall-calendar-pretty-home-2They took a little longer at the printers than I anticipated, sorry for the delay for all those that pre-ordered. My Dad and some friends could tell I was a little (more like very) stressy and they were so lovely to offer to help me pack the orders to send out (many think I have a team behind me here on the blog, no… it’s just me). Words can’t describe how much I appreciate my friends and Dad’s help. I managed to post all pre-orders last week, so hopefully, if you ordered, you will receive your copy very very soon!

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I printed double this amount, so have plenty more calendars available for sale!

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November 2016 Monthly planner page

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

the difference between ordinary and extraordinary is that little extra jimmy johnson

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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.

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

November Birthstone is: Yellow Topaz

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?

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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

Jody Klemencic November 9, 2016 - 6:48 AM

Would it be possible for you to give us access to the planner for each month at the end of the previous month so we can put it up on the 1st of the month as normally a week has passed by the time you give us access?

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Katrina - The Organised Housewife November 10, 2016 - 1:58 PM

I usually do that, but I have been sick this past week, so I’m a little behind. Thank you for your patience.

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