DIY Checklist

Since I’m not doing anything constructive right now (well, I thought I was.  I was laughing really hard and really loudly (burning calories) while reading Ryan Gosling Hey Girls and my Little Munchie said, “Mommy, please.  Please don’t laugh SOOO loudly, it hurts my ears.”), I thought I’d share something that IS constructive.

I’m an old-fashioned pen and paper type of girl–I’m not interested in keeping dates and notes in my phone.  I like a pocket calendar, notepads, binders, and clipboards.  Yes, I said clipboards.  There are few things as fulfilling to me as checking off items on my to-do list.  That sounds so sad.  But don’t feel sorry for me.  I’m happy.

I found this free project list that is perfect for my DIY projects for 2012.  Not only is it simple and straightforward, I also find it lovely.  You, too, can have pretty project to-do lists:)   Just download this printable at Perideau Designs.

In addition, if you’re a blogger, you can also download a free “My Blog Topics” list which I’ve found really useful as well (ok, in theory.  In reality, I haven’t used it yet…but I plan to!).  Check it out here.

Thanks Perideau Designs!


  1. I’m probably not well enough organised to even print out the blog topic list but I think it’s a great idea!

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