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Planner Girl Collective – School Holiday Planning

Hello Planner Girls! I hope you are all well. This week our brief over at the Planner Girl Collective was to talk about School Holiday Planning.

Each year I create a spread in my bullet journal for my six weeks of summer. I list out the complete days of the holidays, from the start to the end of the summer holidays. This gives me a visual representation of what days we need to fill.

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This year my son has decided that he wants to go to the sports camp at school for three weeks, which means I have 50% less things to find for us to do! He has also decided he wants to go to Grandmas for a week. I am basically down to two weeks of the holiday to fill.

I colour co-ordinate the days for James and any important dates for Abi. This is a great way for me to see in a quick way what dates are free and which ones are busy days. Most of the playgroups I go to with Abi are closed over the summer and so I need to find things for us to do during the holidays.

I write myself a list of ideas of places to go or events that are on so that when we have free days I have the list to hand.  I also love having this list as a memory keeper of what we did over the holidays too.

What do you use for your school holiday planning? I would love to know.

Love Louise

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Check out the other contributors here:

https://uglybugplans.com/2017/07/16/planner-girls-collective-school-holiday-planning

http://kerrymaymakes.weebly.com/blog/planner-girls-collective-school-holiday-planning

https://thechaoticpapergeek.wordpress.com/2017/07/17/school-holiday-planning

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One thought on “Planner Girl Collective – School Holiday Planning

  1. My planning is very similar to yours. I like to have a full overview of the entire holiday so I can keep track of everything and make sure we don’t schedule everything for the first couple of weeks and then nothing x

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