Keep Your Holidays Organized With Christmas Planner Inserts

I hate saying it already, but as someone who likes to plan ahead, it’s time for me face the facts. Christmas is coming, faster than I’d like to admit, and it’s time for me to start thinking about my holiday plans.

Need something that will help you keep your Holiday season organized? These printables will help! For more posts about planning visit www.plannersquad.com

Why Your Planner NEEDS Christmas Inserts

I don’t know about you, but once Halloween hits, it’s like a downward spiral of chaos until Dec 25. Usually once the crazy begins, there’s no time to think.

That’s why it’s so important for me to have a solid plan in place ahead of time. With that in mind, I created these Christmas Planner inserts to share with you today.

Organize Your Christmas with Planner Squad

With the Planner Squad Christmas planner inserts, you’ll be able to have everything you needs organized for the holidays right at your fingertips.

Inside this digital download, you will have a total of 12 printable pages. These pages include:

  • Undated December Calendar Page (MO1P)
  • Parties and Gatherings
  • Christmas Traditions
  • To Do List
  • To Buy List
  • Blank List
  • Wish List
  • Purchases
  • Thank You Notes
  • Recipe (1 recipe per page and space for photo)
  • Recipes (2 recipes per page, no space for photo)
  • Notes

Need something that will help you keep your Holiday season organized? These printables will help! For more posts about planning visit www.plannersquad.com

Here’s the best part, there is an insert designed to fit almost every Planner size from pocket to letter (travelers notebooks included).

Sizes currently available include:

  • Letter/Large Happy Planner
  • Classic Happy Planner
  • A5
  • Personal
  • Pocket

Okay.. Take my Money!

So, how much do you love these inserts? Do you think they would help you keep your Holiday’s organized this Christmas season? If so, then you need to go buy them right now! 

Click here for your ride over to our Etsy Shop!


How early do you start planning for the Holidays? Comment below and let us know!

If you use these Christmas inserts in your own planner, be sure to take a picture and tag us on Instagram!

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How to Add Multiple Inserts to Your Travelers Notebook

Travelers notebooks are one of my very favorite things in this whole entire world. Probably because I know I can customize it to fit my exact needs. If I have something I need to plan, I can just make a new insert for it!

As of now, I have a total of 8 inserts and there is more that I know I need to add in the future. I even use it as my wallet! (I’ll share more about that later.)

Wait, what? Is it possible to fit more than two inserts inside a traveler’s notebook? Yes! it is!

How to Add Multiple Inserts to Your Travelers Notebook

I know there are many seasoned planner girls out there who already know this, but I know there are a lot of new planner people out there who are just getting to know their traveler’s notebook.

Sometimes in my Etsy shop, I sell my own version of the traveler’s notebook (also known as the “FunkyDori”). Often times with my custom orders I would get asked how to add more than one notebook to a single elastic band.

Today, I’m going to show you how!

If you are not familiar with what a travelers notebook is, I recommend you check out this post.

How to Add Inserts to Your Travelers Notebook

Most standard travelers notebooks come with two elastic bands on the inside. What many don’t understand is how to hold 3 (or even 5) inserts on each bandThe trick is in an extra elastic band!

Step 1. First, you will need your travelers notebook (with one of the attached elastic bands free), three separate inserts, and an additional elastic band. You could use a standard rubber band, or buy some elastic from your local craft store (I bought mine at Walmart even).

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Step 2. Decide which of the three inserts you would like to be in the middle. Open that insert to the middle, and wrap the elastic band (the one attached to your traveler’s notebook) around the inside of the insert.

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Step 3. Open your second insert to the middle, and wrap the unattached elastic band (or rubber band) around it. When the insert is closed, the elastic band will wrap around the middle of the insert and its outer spine.

Step 4: Open the third insert and again you will wrap the elastic band around the middle, but this time you will use the elastic band that is already attached to the 2nd insert. When you are finished, both inserts will lay side by side when closed, spine to spine, but will be joined together by the elastic band.

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Step 5. Wrap the band with the two joining inserts around the main insert already attached to the traveler’s notebook. The main insert will slide right in between the other two booklets.

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You should now have three inserts attached to one elastic band within your traveler’s notebook!

For those of you like me who need to see it so you can understand it, I created a video tutorial for you to watch below.


Are you a travelers notebook junkie like me? I want to see how you use it! Share a photo with us by tagging @plannersquad on Instagram (and don’t forget to use #plannersquad!). I can’t wait to see them!

Jenn Roberts, Planner Squad, Chaotic Bliss Homeschooling

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Share Your Spread #5

Sorry this post is a little late this week! But even though it’s Tuesday instead of Monday, it’s time to Share Your Spread!

Every week we ask our viewers to come and share their spread on our weekly link up, so others can be inspired by their creativity. I love coming back to see how everyone’s planning out their week, no matter what planner they use!


I love taking the time every week to sit out and plan (literally), what my entire week will look like. If I don’t have my week perfectly laid out and decorated, then I feel like I’m off and everything seems to crumble.I seem to get more done since it’s so fun to look inside my planner and check off those little boxes!

That being said, what does your planner look like this week? Did you go with a special theme? Finally getting to use that new awesome washi you found? We want to see! Make sure you use #PlannerSquad and #ShareYourSpreadLinkup when you share your spreads on instagram!


It’s Time To Share Your Spreads!

Share Your Spread Weekly Link-Up Planner Squad

Jenn Roberts, Planner Squad, Chaotic Bliss Homeschooling

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Gratifying To-Do Lists – Get it Done With This FREE Travelers Notebook Printable

There’s something so gratifying about checking things off of a to-do list. Especially if your list is extremely long at the end of the day like mine usually is. When you look back on your day and see all of those checked boxes it can really give you a sense of accomplishment.

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Or maybe you’re like me and you add random everyday routine items you’ve completed to your list just so you can check it off.

  • Get out of bed [CHECK]
  • Drink a cup of coffee [CHECK] [CHECK] [CHECK]
  • Watch 9 hours of netflix [CHECK!!!!]

Of course I accomplished things today! I watched 9 hours of netflix! See! I checked it off of my to-do list and everything! #winning!

….. or maybe that’s just me??

ANYWAYS…..


To-Do List Free Printable Insert for Travelers Notebook

Check lists just make me happy, and I know there are a lot of you out there who are just like me. So, that’s why I created this “To-Do List” Insert for my Travelers Notebook (aka my FunkyDori – now available in my shop!). One booklet just full of lists! I want to share this with you so we can all be check happy together and “Get it Done!”

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Click here to download your free to-do list printable insert for your travelers notebook.


And as always, make sure you come back here and let us know what you thought of this free printable, and let us know what you’re getting done now that you’re using this!


Jenn Roberts, Planner Squad, Chaotic Bliss Homeschooling

 

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FREE Weekly Spread Printable Insert for Travelers Notebook

I’m not a huge fan of carrying around my happy planner. It’s big and bulky and let’s face it – as a homeschooling mom I have more than enough in my purse weighing me down already (I know you all know what I’m talkin’ about right now..). So I decided I needed something lighter and more compact to carry around with me on the go.  That’s when I decided to add my FunkyDori Travelers Notebook to my stack of planners. My Happy Planner stays home, and my FunkyDori comes with me everywhere I go.

Free Travelers Notebook Weekly Spread Printable Planner Squad

After about a week after I made my FunkyDori, I noticed I missed having my weekly spreads with me, and I had a hard time scheduling things like play dates and meetings because I could never remember what day’s I had free.

FREE Weekly Spread Printable Insert for Your Travelers Notebook

That’s when I decided to create this simple and plain, weekly spread booklet insert (in a horizontal spread). Now when I sit down on Sunday’s to plan my week, I get to decorate not one, but 2 (well really 3 but who’s counting?) weekly spreads!

Free Travelers Notebook Weekly Spread Printable Planner Squad

This printable will give you 19 full weekly spreads at a time, which is about 4-5 months worth total. I made it plain so that you can easily decorate it however you want with washi, stickers, or just doodle!

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I never had anywhere to share this with others, until now. Yay for Planner Squad! Now I get to share it with all of you!

Click here to download this free weekly spread travelers notebook insert.


If you download and use this, please come back share your spreads every week in our weekly “Share Your Thread” link up so we can “ooh!” and “ahh!” over it with you!

Jenn Roberts, Planner Squad, Chaotic Bliss Homeschooling

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