It is the last day of November and we are finally done with our household binder! After creating all of those printables, now let's finally put them to good use!
We started out with a Finance section to be able to keep track of bills, loans, and other account information!
Then we created a Medical section to keep track of family member ailments, emergency contact information, and insurance information.
The third section was the Cleaning section, where my cleaning schedule, how-to's, and anything else cleaning related will stay.
Then we have the Management section, which like I said, is just a fancy word for miscellaneous. This is where I have important dates, auto maintenance, and a password log to help myself stay on track.
Each and every one of these sections is important, but it's also important to have a calendar and keep track of things.
Here is my December 2012 Calendar. I have Martha Stewart Home Office tabs that are color coded to the tabs, so if I need to put something down that is category specific (like up there I have a doctor's appointment written down in green, because the Medical tab is green), I'll put it down on that color tab. Makes it easy to be able to see what's going on.
And since it's Christmastime, behind the calendar I have my Christmas gift list, so that I can write down what I plan to buy for people and then the estimated cost, and I can check it off once I've finally gotten the chance to purchase it.
This is more specific to me, and probably won't be of much use to most of you, but since my baby shower is coming up, I've been getting and will be getting quite a few items for baby Travis. I made this so that I'll have a place to write down who got me what, so that I can send them a Thank You card!
December 2012 Calendar: Download Here
Christmas Gift List: Download Here
Baby Shower Gift List: Download Here
I'm so excited to have finally finished this project and really be able to keep these things organized! Do you use your household binder everyday? Or only every once in awhile? What do you have in your household binder that you would be lost without?