Get Ready for Christmas…in the Next 100 Days! {Giveaway!}

I have a confession…I’m not the most organized person in the world. Perhaps you’ve picked up on it a little here and there, and–actually–it’s one reason why I named my blog the Humbled Homemaker. I don’t have everything figured out. I’m learning right along with you.

So when I stumble upon a resource that helps me get organized, I want to share it with you. If something can help me get organized, I figure: Hey, this can work for ANYONE!

When I won a membership to List PlanIt a few months back, I knew it had to be God-ordained! I had read about the list-making site on several other blogs, but I had never taken the plunge to purchase a membership myself. Boy, was I missing out!

I’m a list maker…but I have a hard time organizing my lists. Most of my lists come out looking like chicken scratch on scrap paper. List PlanIt takes the stress out of trying to develop and organize your own lists and makes it incredibly easy for someone as disorganized as me to get to where I need to be with managing my home, blog, and many other areas!

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List PlanIt provides literally hundreds of lists for just about any category you could imagine: business planning, club organization, family matters, financial planning, meal planning, memory journals, student planning, travel planning, time management and more! They even provide lists for stuff like packing your hospital bag before going into labor. You know I used that one! ;)

Right now, I’m working on taking my lists and building my home management notebook. I’m so thankful I don’t have to develop the entire thing on my own! List PlanIt’s done all the work!

I’m excited about how this site will help keep me organized all year long–especially during the holidays, when I am very apt to just “let things go” and wait until the last minute to get all my shopping, baking, etc. done. The makers of List PlanIt have written an eBook for people just like me called 100 Days to Christmas. Starting on Sept. 16, the book takes readers on a 100-day journey to prepare for the holidays–one baby step at a time.

Each page lists the date and a motivational task, activity, or event. Most days also include additional resources listed at the bottom of the page including lists from ListPlanIt.com!

Best part of this book? It’s only $5! That’s IT! I know the stress that $5 would save someone like me would make it WELL worth it! It gets even better, though..List PlanIt is offering all Humbled Homemaker readers a 20% discount off any orders–including the 100 Days to Christmas eBook! Use code: 100DAYS20.

If you’re interested in List PlanIt’s various membership packages, you can check them out here. I own a download membership, so I can actually type into the documents and save them to my computer. Download memberships sell for $30/year (but don’t forget the 20% off discount!), and I’ve already decided to renew when my membership expires. Print memberships are $20/year, and professional memberships are $50/year.

Want to WIN a download membership or a copy of 100 Days to Christmas?! List PlanIt has graciously provided these two prizes to two very blessed Humbled Homemaker readers! Enter below via Rafflecopter!

*This is a sponsored post by List PlanIt. I won my membership to List PlanIt through another blog, but I did receive a free copy of100 Days to Christmas. I have given my honest opinion in this post. Thank you for supporting The Humbled Homemaker!

I’m linking up with: The Better Mom, Growing Home, Deep Roots at Home, Time-Warp Wife, Raising Homemakers, Women Living Well, Fellowship Friday
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Comments

  1. DeAnna L says

    these look fabulous (the site and the book)…checking ‘em out right now. thank you for posting about them…I’m a list maker and checker too…so anything that can help me keep them in order (and/or even produce them) is wonderful!

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