It’s that time of year again- the time of year where we try to do better at SOMETHING than we did last year. A lot of people choose a goal that is related to their appearance or health. But the most popular goal of them all is financial.
I don’t know about you, but I’m definitely not the only person who wishes their bank account had a few more dollars in it. We are always looking for ways to save money, spend less money, or simply to spend what we do spend in a better way. My family and I have begun using Apple Numbers as a means of tracking our spending, but we have also been using this printable that I created.
It’s nothing fancy but it does work pretty well- especially for those of you who, like me, prefer the use of paper and pen to anything else. And for the low cost of $0 it can be yours with the click of this link: budget worksheet (1)
I hope you all enjoy this freebie. I will see you tomorrow with a little web roundup and Sunday for Scripture Sunday! Take care!
Are you planning a New Years Party but you’re struggling to find the perfect decoration? Look no further than Organized and Simplified! Today, I am offering two brand new, completely free New Year’s Printables just for you.
First, we have this simple, gold Happy New Year print. You can print this up to 11×14, but I think it would make a fantastic postcard to send out to your friends and family. You could have it printed and put a picture of your family on the back.
This second one is a take on the traditional song “Auld Lang Sine” and it’s pretty simple and elegant as well. I could see this framed and hanging on someone’s mantle.
For best results, right click and save to your device. It is always a good idea to have these Printables professionally printed by a copy house or print shop (I like to use Staples Copy and Print). They will often print an 11×14 for less than $5. I would not recommend printing these designs larger than 11×14.
Happy New Year! Join us on January 2 for our New Year’s Resolutions.
Hi, all! It has been well over a month since my last post. Things are a little rough around here- we’e had lots of sickness- both children have been sick multiple times in the past month, and I’ve been sick on and off since Thanksgiving. We’ve also been really busy with school and work. I promise I’m still alive…and I’ll resume my regular schedule soon.
Today, I’d like to offer you some free spring goodies! This month, I decided to do something different and design a desktop wallpaper. To use it, simply right click it and save it to your device.
I also created two new printables for you to enjoy. I love this first one:
You guys know how anything farmhouse really catches my eye. This cute little planter print really makes me smile.
I shared these cute pink “hello spring” prints last year, and had a lot of people download them. I just had to share them again! How pretty would this be in a simple frame with a mat?
This simple green “hello spring” wreath print speaks to my “farmhouse loving heart” as well. I thought you all might enjoy it too! This one would be adorable in a painted black frame.
….And yet a third “hello spring” print! I added a floral graphic to this one, this time.
To download, please right click on the art print and save it to your machine. For best results, do not print larger than 8X10. I like to send my printables to a lab like Staples Copy and Print.
I hope you all enjoy these lovely free prints! Check back on the first Monday of April for some more lovely printables.
I have decided to take a break from the 21-Day Organizing Challenge to share some Valentine related goodies with you. Here are some super cute free Valentine’s Printables for you 🙂
This one is probably best suited for small prints, like a 5×5 or 4×6. I like the red and pink together and the fact that it’s on a background.
This one reminds me of our ultimate story of love: how Jesus loved us so much that we can trust in Him for a new heart.
You knew there’d be a simple farmhouse black and white print some place on this list, didn’t you?
This one might be my favorite print on the whole list. I want to print this and put it on my mantle.
For best results, please right click and save to your device. Do not print larger than 8.5×11, and you may find that using a print shop produces a much cleaner print. I like to use Staples Copy and Print.
I hope you enjoy these prints! Check back this Wednesday for garage organization tips, and on Friday for a farmhouse Friday roundup.
I don’t know about you all, but the closer we get to fall, the happier I am. I’ve even begun to make a few fall crafts. Since we have been stuck at home due to Hurricane Florence and the subsequent flooding, I decided to make some cute fall printables to share with you all. As always, right click on the pictures to share to your device. For best results, do not print larger than 11×14. Enjoy, but if you share them, please tag me in the link.
First up: one of my favorite quotes from one of my favorite books: Any Anne of Green Gables fans in the house?
Here in the South, “y’all” is more than a colloquial contraction for “you all.” It’s a way of life! And we really do say “happy fall, y’all .” I promise☺
Here’s a similarly themed printable with a cute little pumpkin.
This one displays sideways but it will print just fine.
I hope you all enjoy these free printables. Please remember these are for personal use only- not for commercial. If you share these, please tag me. More fall crafty goodies will be heading your way soon.