I am so excited about what I have to share with you today! My blog readership has been growing so much lately and I really wanted to make something special to say thank you. I created a free printable to-do list for my email newsletter subscribers! If you have already entered your email here on my site, you should have already received your freebie. Not yet a subscriber? Not to worry! Read on :)
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I only recently became a to-do list person when I found myself lying awake at night thinking about all the things I had to do the next day, only to wake up and sort of wander around wondering what I should do next! Can you relate? I’m especially bad at getting to piddly administrative tasks, like making appointments, or placing an order for something not fun (I have no problem placing orders for the fun things, ha!) Starting to make a to-do list each morning boosted my productivity big time! It’s also helped me realize what amount of tasks will realistically fit into my day while leaving margin for rest and hobbies. Knowing these limitations really helps me see which things can be moved to tomorrow, or maybe that aren’t important at all and can be let go of altogether.
I’ve been making to-do lists on any paper I can find handy, but these “I’d rather be sewing” lists are obviously so more more fun. Of course, you can also use them for shopping lists, menu planning or love notes, it is up to you. I printed several, cut them apart with my paper trimmer (if you don’t have one of these, you need one, they’re so handy!) and stapled them together at the top with my homeschool-mom-heavey-duty-stapler.
Ready for your free printable lists?? Just fill out the form below and check your email. Once you confirm your email, you’ll receive the link to download your freebie. That’s it!
Once again, thank you from the bottom of my heart for being here and being interested enough in my content to keep coming back. I’m honored and feel like I have a bunch of sewing friends out there, even if I’ve never met them in person. I love hearing from you all when someone takes the time to email me, so don’t be too shy to hit that reply button and tell me about yourself!
Cheers and Happy Sewing :)