Five Steps to Get Rid of Clutter and Organize Your Home

One of the most common New Year’s resolutions is to get organized! I mean who couldn’t use a little more organization in their life. A major hurdle when it comes to organization is clutter. From mail piles to your child’s schoolwork to that package that you’ve been meaning to take to the post office, it’s […]

Jan, 04

List of the Day: Exercise Log

We spotlight and make one of ListPlanIt‘s printable lists available to everyone everyday for one day only. Each day, you can look forward to being introduced to a new list that just might rock your world! ListPlanIt has a plethora of checklists, worksheets, schedules, inventories, and to do lists that are just waiting to be […]

Apr, 16

Happy New Year! Welcome to 2015!

Enter to Win 1 of 10 Copies of 100 Days of a New Year! All you need to make this your best holiday season yet! 100 Days of a New Year 2015 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 […]

Jan, 01

Buy the Bundle, Get the eBook FREE!

Rewind back to January of 2014 — you likely made plans back then for yourself. You perhaps even took up some new year’s resolutions. You likely vowed to improve and transform yourself… to be in better health, to be in better shape, to live a longer life. Fast-forward back to the present and tell me […]

Dec, 29

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

Simple Steps to a Fun Girls’ Night In

Having a Girls’ Night In in your home is a great way to get together with friends in a comfortable, relaxed environment.  A home is a safe place to kick off your shoes, sit on the floor, and laugh out loud.  Many people neglect to host friends in their home because they are worried that […]

Mar, 10

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 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

Creating your Master Project List

There are many reasons to create a master project list, the central repository for all your “to do” list items, immediate and low priority ones. Read on to learn why and how to create one such list. BENEFITS OF A MASTER PROJECT LIST Serves as the repository for ALL the organizing, household, and other tasks […]

Dec, 11

List Spotlight: Weekly Goals

I’m starting a new feature here on the blog to spotlight the many uses of the lists to which members of ListPlanIt have access.  However, you don’t have to be a member of ListPlanIt to check out the list and even to view my own version of the list.  You might just find some inspiration […]

Sep, 04

list of effective time management strategies for busy families

Summer is a time of year when most families have fewer commitments and fewer reasons to pay close attention to the clock; however, September with its schedules, activities, appointments, and to dos, is here.   Time management is about making the most of your hectic schedules and making sure that everything that needs doing is getting done.  This […]

Sep, 03

Great Blog Sources for Organizing Inspiration

When ListPlanIt started in 2007, it afforded me a opportunity to meet a lot of people online.  Over the past 6 years, I have “met” so many excellent writers and thinkers.  I am pleased to say that I have worked with many of the top organizing and home managing bloggers today.  You very likely know […]

Apr, 24

From a Member: Setting Exercise Goals & Recording Achievements

We want to hear from our members!  How are you using ListPlanIt‘s lists?  Do you prefer the printable lists or are you enjoying creating lists in your account?  Put your experiences in a post and send it to me.  Here is the first, of which I hope will be many, post from a member to […]

Mar, 29

Happy New Year from!

Wishing you and your family a happy 2013!  Thank you for making 2012 such a great year!!  It has enabled me to take ListPlanIt in a direction that I have been wanting to go for some time now. This week (crossing my fingers), you will get a chance to see the new, improved, & mobile […]

Jan, 01

list of steps to prepare for a race

I am fortunate to remain good friends with someone I was close to in my earliest days.  Though we may not be geographically near, we keep in touch and see each other every now and again.  We always have the common ground of our hometown in the middle of Kansas.  In the past few years, […]

Oct, 17

living with less

* Guest post by Jill Farris The trouble with simple living is that, though it can be joyful, rich, and creative, it isn’t simple. ~Doris Janzen Longacre Years ago I read a Household Hints book where the author pointed out this profound truth: even if we have the money to hire a housekeeper, we can’t […]

Jul, 25

list of steps to successful photo organization

Organizing photos is similar to many other types of organizing you would do around your home. Here are some quick steps to begin organizing your memories!  1. Think about why you want to organize your photos? To preserve precious memories. Photos should never be stored in a basement or attic due to moisture and temperature […]

Jul, 23

list of lists that come in handy in the month of June

June is more than halfway over.  School is out.  Summer officially begins tomorrow.  It feels like we’ve reached a point when we can finally kick back, relax more, and enjoy the great weather with friends and family.  However, it is simply the calm before the storm.  You may have exciting activities planned such as a […]

Jun, 19

list of steps to write a book

By guest blogger, Jessica Kinney Like me, I’m sure all of you at one time or another has read a book and thought, “I can do this.”  If you enjoy reading and read regularly, you likely can write a book, especially if you devote yourself to the process. I’ve always been an incessant reader and […]

Feb, 21

list of book suggestions for your winter reading

Winter is the perfect time to catch up on your reading.  You may have a stack of books sitting on your nightstand or piled up on your eReader waiting for you to get to them.  Now is the time to schedule reading into your day.  Many parents try reading before bed.  However, if you are […]

Jan, 18

list of steps to setting goals for the new year

When it comes to setting goals, it is easy to come up with a long list of improvements that you would like to make in your own life, your home, and/or your path.  However, just dreaming about changes often leaves you powerless to progress. Cultivating the initiative to take the steps you need to grow […]

Jan, 10

list of alternatives to a gym membership

Joining a gym can take commitment. First of all, there is the membership cost to consider. Maybe the gym you would like to join just doesn’t fit into your monthly budget. Then, there is the time factor. Will you make the time in your day to drive to and from the gym AND then spend […]

Apr, 25

list of guiding food principles for your family’s health

There are a lot of food options available to Americans.  We are bombarded with food images and food choices everyday of our lives.  Some have value, but most are being sold to us as a nation of consumers.  We’ve created a culture of fast foods, artificial foods, nutritionally-lacking foods, convenience foods.  It has become a […]

Apr, 14


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