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Feb, 25

list of free things you can get on your birthday

Who doesn’t love to get something FREE? I recently found a list of different establishments that give the birthday honoree something free. Most places require that you register first, but a few minutes of your time could lead to a pretty cool gift. Take a moment to add your birthday to their list and then […]

Aug, 20

list of waste-free gift ideas for valentine’s day

Ah, Valentine’s Day, with its myriad of cards and cut flowers and individually wrapped chocolates.  Okay, maybe this is not the most romantic or love-ly way to consider Valentine’s Day, but if the idea of another clutter and waste-producing holiday has you wishing you could just skip it all, then maybe it is time to […]

Feb, 07

list of foods you can freeze for longer storage

Have you ever spent days and many hours planning everything you need to prepare for your vacation, and then open the refrigerator the morning you are to leave and “remember” that you forgot to empty it of perishables? Instead of throwing perishable items away or coming home to a fridge full of science experiments, here […]

Jul, 13

list of free local activities and things to do with your family

* This post has been contributed by Annie Young. Do you and your family have any plans this weekend? Want to get out of the house and do something different, but don’t want to break the bank doing it? There are tons of things a family can do locally that are fun and free (three […]

Feb, 24

list of tv-free alternatives for kids and families

Here in Maine, this is Spring Break. Never is the television more on my mind than when my children are home from school and our routines are suddenly wide open and scrambled all at the same time. Monday, I received a great reinforcement of many of my feelings about the TV from Simple Mom; however, […]

Apr, 21

list of candy-free easter basket themes

Most of you probably have dozens, if not dozens and dozens, of those plastic eggs from years past. They can be filled with items other than candy. I am trying to have a candy-free Easter this year. I will probably end up tossing a few jelly beans in their baskets for good measure, but my […]

Apr, 01

list of ways you can have free fun at your local library

Guest Blogger – Christina Poulsen As a stay-at-home mom on a budget, one of my favorite places to go with my daughter during the week is my local library. As I have mentioned before, I live in the country, and I need to drive a good 20-30 minutes to get to the nearest store. The […]

Oct, 01

list of things to do with one free hour

What’s a free hour, right? I never thought it would happen to me, but now that my kids are getting a little older, I find myself with an occasional free hour. So with this list, I will be able to keep from squandering that precious time. Read a magazine. Get a pedicure. Browse slowly through […]

May, 04

List Spotlight: Planning Retreat

One of my favorite tips for getting organized is to take a little weekly planning retreat.  By retreat, I don’t mean locking yourself away in a hotel room one night a week.  I’m suggesting that you make an appointment with yourself for your weekly planning retreat.  Put it on your calendar and announce it to […]

Apr, 08

Resources for your Weekly Planning Retreat

A couple of years ago, I wrote about the idea of taking a weekly planning retreat.  I love the idea because by setting an appointment with yourself and making planning a priority, you are giving home and family management its due diligence.  There is a lot of work to managing at home.  It can be […]

Apr, 07

The Month Ahead: April 2014

As each good planner has a place for a monthly calendar, weekly, and often daily planning pages, ListPlanIt would like to provide you with the pages you need to create your own planner.  All you need is a binder, a hole punch, and pages from ListPlanIt.com‘s Time Management section.  You can create and customize your […]

Mar, 27

Ideas for Food & Fun at your Next Girls’ Night In

Now that you’ve seen how simple it is to plan a great girls’ night in, get inspired the next time you want to invite a few girlfriends to your home with some of these fun ideas from around the web. Food   Beverages     Fun   Be sure to Check out ListPlanIt‘s Girls’ Night […]

Mar, 11

Unplug for the National Day of Unplugging

The National Day of Unplugging is a “digital detox” and designed to encourage individuals and families to look up from their screens, give their fingers a break, and connect with hobbies and people IRL (in real life).   Beginning at sundown on Friday, March 7 and ending at sundown on Saturday, March 8, the National […]

Mar, 03

the month ahead: march 2014

As each good planner has a place for a monthly calendar, weekly, and often daily planning pages, ListPlanIt has all the pages you need to create either a digital planner or a paper planner.  For a hardcopy version, all you need is a binder (I prefer Mead’s Notebinder or Staples’ arc system for their flexibility), a […]

Feb, 27

Handmade Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas

Valentine’s Day is rapidly approaching. Have you thought about the ways that you might like to show your love(s) just how much you love him/her? There are so many options beyond the store-bought card. If time is an issue, don’t worry. You won’t find anything on this list that takes days to complete. Time is […]

Feb, 03

Winter Home Emergency Kit Checklist

When winter temperatures drop below freezing, staying warm and safe is vital.  If you haven’t already, it is time to prepare for cold weather and and your family’s safety. It is a good idea to have a winter survival kit prepared before winter, but it is never too late. Depending on where you live, you […]

Jan, 21

The New Year Doesn’t Have to Begin in January, part 2

Why are goals and resolutions important? We get what we focus on. If we know where we are trying to get, most of the time, we get there! Too often, we just roll into the next year without thinking about what we want to change or how to be different in our lives. We just […]

Jan, 14

The New Year Doesn’t Have to Begin in January, part 1

The First 30 Days of the New Year don’t have to be about taking action or making things happen on a crazy schedule.  You can start fresh anytime of the year. The following are tips for starting YOUR year off in the right way. Take steps to feel alive again, look at life differently and […]

Jan, 13

Making Daily, Weekly, Monthly Resolutions

At the beginning of each year, we hear people talk about leaving the “old beyond” and starting “anew”. Often this involves making resolutions to lose weight, save money, reach career goals or improve a relationship. Unfortunately, by February, the gym that had been packed a few weeks previously is now empty. Habits creep in and […]

Jan, 07

The Best Year Yet eBook Bundle for just $7.40!

100 Days of a New Year is proud to be a part of the BundleoftheWeek.com bundle for 2014! Make this year your best year yet with this collection of ebooks designed to encourage and equip you to live intentionally. With daily prompts to help you get organized and set goals plus encouragement to simplify, unplug […]

Jan, 06

100 Days of a New Year 2014 is Available Today!

A Daily Dose of Inspiration for Navigating a New Year!   100 Days of a New Year 2014 eBook is a journey to a more focused, more productive YOU.  Beginning January 1 through April 10, get inspired to set goals and find motivation for making 2014 your best year yet!  As a bonus, you get 75 […]

Dec, 26

Tips for Staying within your Christmas Budget

You’ve saved all year (or maybe just for a couple of weeks) to buy Christmas gifts, and now you’re finding that you’re running low on dough. How are you going to buy gifts for everyone on your list? These 10 tips will help you select just the right gifts without going into the dreaded “Christmas […]

Dec, 10

Last-Minute Christmas Gift Ideas

We’ve all been there. It’s the week of Christmas and there are still a couple people you have yet to cross off your list. Or, those “no-shows” who decided to show at the last minute. Whether you’ve managed to conquer your shopping list and have just the perfect thing for everyone or not, here are […]

Dec, 09

Ways to Engage your Kids this Christmas

Children always have a lot of energy and most of us are always running out of ideas on what to engage them in next. If you have been finding yourself in this kind of dilemma, here are four ways in which you and your kids can have some fun this Christmas holiday. Members to ListPlanIt […]

Dec, 04

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