The Ultimate Fall Printouts For Your Planner

Welcome, I hope this post finds everyone well. With the Coronavirus, we have to be more cautious than ever to protect our health as well as our family. Speaking of family, I know there was a lot of controversy about the incident with Erin Condren and her children. I understand everyone has their opinions. I am not here to take sides. However, some expressed wanting to get new calendar/planners.

Here is a solution for you?

It is genuinely a fantastic planner for you, with everything that goes on in our crazy lives it would be a blessing to have something to make our lives easier. Time management is everything this day in age. So let me tell you a little about the planner.

To start with, it is for the Fall. It includes 130+ Pages; this includes Fall Quotes, Wall Art, which is great to put around your office to decorate to keep you positive while you do your daily routine of work.

I don’t know about you, but when it comes to the holiday season. My days are crazy with all everything, such as parties, costumes, dinners, baking, blogging, and writing books; this is amazing the details that were placed in this planner. I have to same I am impressed.

I am looking forward to using it.

What does it contain?

Good question here is a list of some of the things included:

Holiday Prep

  • Halloween Holiday Prep
  • Thanksgiving Holiday Prep
  • Thanksgiving Menu Planning & Shopping List
  • Menu Templates
  • Thanksgiving Cooking Schedule
  • Thanksgiving Prep List
  • Thanksgiving Recipe List
  • Tips on Getting Kids involved in Holiday & Seasonal Prep
  • Guest List
  • WIFI Sign


  • Simple Fall Décor Ideas
  • Halloween Décor Checklist
  • Thanksgiving Décor Checklist
  • Fall Color Schemes

Getting Ready for Fall

  • Halloween Movie List
  • Halloween Playlist
  • Fall Clothing Checklist
  • Fall Bucketlist
  • Kids Fall Bucketlist
  • Fall Cleaning Checklist
  • Fall Scents to Try
  • Fall Drinks to Try
  • Best Places to See Fall in the US
  • Fall Skin Care Tips

Back to School Prep

  • My First Day of…(Insert grade or school)
  • Back to School Checklist
  • Homeschool Schedule
  • Lunchbox Love Notes

Fun & Helpful Fall Extras

  • Simple Fall Craft Ideas
  • Fall Life Hacks
  • Fall Reflections
  • Fall Monthly Planner
  • Weekly Fall Planner
  • Daily Fall Planner
  • Sept-Dec Calendars
Check out all the pictures in this video.

You can change the size of these printouts within PDF, to make them fit your binder.  Can you imagine having all this help with the holidays coming?

Don’t miss out on this 130+ Page Printout for your calendar/planner.

I know this year is going to be different from the Coronavirus going on. Let’s think about this for a minute. Are you going to have your kids trick or treating at stranger’s homes, will you be throwing a Holloween party with people you know who aren’t sick, or will it just be your immediate family? These are the things we are going to have to think about, and soon Holloween is only two months off.

Yes, that means Thanksgiving is three months and Christmas is four months away, time is flying. Now is the time to prepare before it is too late. The stores are bare now food prices have been rising. This planner printouts are the perfect thing to start your preparation process.

Not to mention will you be shopping this holiday season in the stores, or will you be shopping online? If you plan to buy online, then you will want to give plenty of time for shipping. The Coronavirus has put a delay on many things, including shipping.

Let this planner printouts help you prepare. Again, there are 130+ pages for you to use. I hope this planner helps.

Thank you for reading. Don’t forget to like, comment, and share. There may be someone who could benefit from this post. Follow so you can keep up with new posts. Have a blessed day.

Scribblersquest – Memorial Day Weekend

Well, another week has come to an end. I don’t know about you, but the days seem to be flying by with my family being at home—Binge-watching Black Lightning on Netflix. Yeah, we are now on season three. Texas is working on phase III of reopening; however, my husband’s work is still down. Hopefully, they will be back in swing come the end of this month. Then my work schedule will get back on track.

In Writing


One of the most important things I have learned with my writing is to make a schedule. I get so wrapped up with editing or writing I forget to do other things like eat or to clean the house. A schedule is in order; I set up a blocked timeframe during the day. You will want to make sure that you remember to schedule a time for exercise, even if it is to go for a walk. You may think you don’t have time, but you can dictate your writing into your phone using MS Word or Google Docs while you walk. Yes, it will make for a bit more editing on the back end, but it will allow you to conquer two things at once.

I suggest you make a schedule. I have watched Sarra Cannon at Heartbreathing, on YouTube, she has journals for everything. Personally, I don’t know how she keeps up with them.

I am a one calendar type of gal. I will use different ink to make it easier to see the different things I have scheduled throughout the day. I will even change it up, so I’m not doing the same thing daily. I don’t want to get into a rut. I like being in charge of my schedule; that was one thing I hated when I had to work a 9 to 5 job. It was up to someone else as to what I would be doing during the day.

When I start my scheduling on my calendar, I start with my bills, I put them in red, so I know they need to be a priority. Next are birthdays and holidays, which are done in pink and highlighted with a small picture. Then I make any appointments I will do in blue. Any income which is due to coming in, I like to keep track of this, which I put in green. Then I schedule a blog post which is in gold. Any editing or writing to be done will be in purple. Dinner is in light blue, which I will schedule out a week at a time, this cuts down on time for I take the meat that I will be using for the week put in the refrigerator, which means its thawed when I pull it out to cook. I don’t have to worry about forgetting to pull out first thing in the morning or it not being thawed enough to cook come dinner time.

If you are looking for another way to set up a calendar, I recommend checking out Sarra either on Youtube(Heartbeathing) or on her website She has an in-depth video on schedule for her calendar.

Indie Author

As an Indie Author, we have to wear many hats. At times it can be overwhelming. Authors who go through a traditional publisher have a team of people to help them. We get to do it all on our own, which means a lot of research to learn the ends and outs of what you need to do to get your book ready.

Once your book is ready to be sold, the next task is Marketing, which has been a challenge for me. I recommend to all set aside a sizable budget for Marketing. It seems everything that can help sell your book costs. Plus, you have to remember the rule of selling, which is your customers need to see your product at least seven times before they’ll buy it.

If you are on a tight budget, you can do a lot of posting adding different hashtags to get it in front of other people besides your friends that are on your newsfeed page. You will want to post to more than one platform to see which one gets the most activity. I post to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr, and Linkedin.

Current Work

Well, this week I have worked roughly half the week. I set out to edit the first half of Dragon Squad – Book Two in The Elite Series.

You know it sucks when you start a writing project, then you go back to continue to work on that project; it is no longer there. Yes, I save my work to my cloud drive, but somehow I still lost the first six chapters of Dragon Mage – Book Three in The Elite Series. The good thing is I pretty much remember what I had written, so it’s just a matter of retyping the contents. This time I will ensure I have saved it with a backup. I won’t make the same mistake of losing it again. I guess at some point in a writer’s career, we all go through issues like this one.

I’m not too upset. I was going to rewrite the beginning of this book anyways. It makes it easier for now; I won’t get caught up with what I had already written the first time.

Blog Recommendations

I checked these Blogs out this week, they both have great advice:
20 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started a Blog by The Blonde Abroad. This article is great if you want to start a blog or you already have, just want some direction. She even offers a Blogging Master Class.

Lifesfinewhine by Pooja covers Lifestyle, Food, Travel, Beauty, Mental Health, and Blogging Advice with all this information you can’t go wrong.

Memorial Day Celebration

Memorial Day is Monday. As you barbecue, spend time with your family and friends take a special moment to remember all those who gave their lives while serving in the United States Armed Forces. Yeah made this world a better place in which we live today.

Did you know that Memorial Day used to be Declaration Day the first year it was observed on the last Monday in May 1868, to May 1970? In 1971, it became a federal holiday of the United States renamed to Memorial Day.
Please fly your flag proud for all who served; they gave the ultimate sacrifice to the land they loved for the freedom they cherish. So others may have a better future.

One more thing, don’t complain too much about all the war movies that will be on all day long on this day. It is a reminder to all of what the servicemen and women when through while serving.


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