I'm popping in today to share with you a special homekeeping booklet I made up in case you might like a copy for yourself. It's called "Early Autumn Homekeeping," and it's 34-pages-full of forms for organizing your seasonal home-centered tasks. It's similar to the booklet I made up for Summer, but I've tweaked things a bit and added some extra fun planning pages.
Mixed in with the home-oriented sheets, is a page devoted to self-care (seen pictured at left) ... because as important as it is to be good stewards of our family's resources, it's also vital we carve out time for ourselves when we can.
From page nine of my booklet:
"As passionate as I am about celebrating the seasons with my family, I always take time for my own private observations. These are very simple, yet satisfying, rituals that connect me with the turning of time and the unique beauty of each passing season. I certainly don’t do all of these things in any one given year, but keeping mindful of them lifts my spirits, and each week I look ahead at my schedule for ways I might squeeze in a little seasonal “me” time."
I hope you enjoy my Autumn Homekeeping booklet - as always it's free for your personal use and if you'd like to share it online, just let me know. And please let me know if you have any trouble printing it! :-)
Ok, here it is:
Early Autumn Homekeeping (printable PDF)
In my next(ish) post, I will share where I store this little planner and how I'm using it alongside my other planning sheets. Spoiler alert: it involves a 3-ring binder!
Hope you all have a nice weekend ... see you here again very soon!
p.s. Will I make booklets for each season? Yes! Next up is my "Holiday Homekeeping" booklet (for November and December) and that will be posted later this fall.