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I LOVE the holidays!! Like a lot. And I’m already getting excited to start planning them. In fact, I had already started pinning fall decor ideas and Thanksgiving planning stuff, and then I did the math… It was still 3 months away! To be honest, that made me a little sad.
I love when seasons change: cold turns to Spring, Spring turns to Summer (since I’m totally a beach girl from when I lived in California!). But by far, my favorite changes are always fall and winter- plus the holidays they bring.
I love the holidays and spending time with my family. They are really happy memories for me.
And I love planning the holiday gatherings. I usually go a bit overboard when I’m left in charge…..
So I have a treat for you!
I’m currently working on the 2017 Hello Planner sets, AND the new Holiday planner sets! So I wanted to share a preview with you guys and give you a free printable to help you plan your Thanksgiving dinner. This is one of my favorite printables from my sets- It is the cooking schedule for Thanksgiving Day so with a little planning, everything goes smoothly and gets done at the right time. Ya know, in theory. 😉
I changed up the design from last year
On the right side of the page there are two check lists. The first is a complete list of everything that needs to be made for the dinner. I like to include things that will even be made in the days before Thanksgiving so I can check them off when they are completed too. The second section is a “Don’t Forget” list. Most of this list I fill out during the day when I’m cooking, so if there is something I think of that needs to get done, I can add it to the list and do it when I have a slow cooking time. Or delegate it to someone else to take care of. But it is general enough that it can be customized to be whatever you need it to be. Sometimes I just use it for thoughts, or things that I want to remember for next year.
And as a new feature this year, I have added multiple lines for each hour. At least for me, I like to plan to put something in the oven at a certain time, and then work on something else. The pages I have used in the past made it hard to plan for that. This way there is plenty of room for multiple tasks within the hour.
The whole set is
coming soon… now available!!
The whole set will be completed within the next couple of weeks (in multiple sizes). You will be able to find it on my Etsy shop. But until then, I hope you enjoy this free printable cooking schedule to get you started. You can get it by clicking on the link below. Right now it is available in Letter size (8.5×11 inches) and
I will list the other sizes as I get them completed (they are all done!). As always, these are for your own personal use only. If you want to share it with someone, please link to this post so they can download it.