Monday is the first day of the month. In this household, that means it’s time to start confirming that all of the bill payments for next month have been scheduled. I personally use a checklist to ensure that I don’t miss a payment or make a late payment, saving money on late fees.
To help you, I’ve made my printable monthly bill pay checklist available for download.
If you’d rather have a single printable bill pay checklist for the entire year, you can download that file here.
If you have suggestions for either checklist, let me know by leaving a comment below, and I’ll respond in a week or so. (Be aware in advance that I intend to make fillable versions available in the future. Click here to read more about those plans.)
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Today is the first day of summer. I don’t know about where you live, but it is HOT here, and the air conditioning is running between 4 and 7 hours a day here already. Given that cooling can make up 40% or more of your electricity costs during the summer (or so our HVAC tech informed me), consider a few tips to help you reduce your energy bill as much as possible this season.
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Like most people, I’ve never actually enjoyed completing the mountain of paperwork that is associated with medical provider visits. I do understand, however, that the paperwork is necessary for my health and that the information needs to be accurate.
Since I’m not always adept at remembering just when I had my appendectomy on the spot, I decided to create a medication list and a medical history/hospitalizations and surgeries list for me to take with me. (A couple of my doctors’ offices have actually accepted the lists as part of their files rather than having me re-write the information. Win!)
For those times when an ER or urgent care visit is necessary, I keep the updated lists in my Dropbox account so that I or my loved one can reference them in a hurry, even if they aren’t printed on paper. I also keep a list of my kids’ medications and medical histories in Dropbox so that my husband can relay current and accurate information to their doctors if I’m not able to attend a visit for some reason.
I’ve included my forms here to help you create your own lists. First download the medication list.
Then download the hospitalizations and surgeries list.
If you have any suggestions for these, please let me know in the comments below. I’ll respond within a week or so.
I don’t know about you, but I do most of my shopping online. For the sake of convenience and my budget, many items that my family needs or wants are purchased online and shipped directly to our house.
Sometimes I make only one purchase a week. But sometimes, I make multiple purchases–cleaners and staples from Amazon’s Subscribe & Save, printer ink from Office Depot, clothes for my husband from Amazon Wardrobe, clothes for my kids from The Children’s Place, homeschooling materials from Rainbow Resource, garden seeds from Lowe’s. I’ve even spent a few hundred dollars on the next two years of house projects just to get a relatively inexpensive home delivery of wood, topsoil, and marble rock from Lowe’s!
The problem is tracking all these parcels. So sometime last year I created myself a list so that I can keep track of what I’ve ordered and when my items are expected to arrive. If you shop online as much as I do, I highly recommend that you do the same. And you don’t even have to create your own; you can download my package/order/happy mail tracker as a free printable using the link below.
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Today is June 1st, and that means it’s time to review your calendar for June if you haven’t already.
If you’d like a free printable June 2019 calendar, you can get one at the download link below.
Reminders for June
- Father’s Day is Sunday, June 16, two weeks from tomorrow. Buy those cards and gifts this weekend, and mail or ship them next week if necessary so they get to their destination in plenty of time.
- June closes out the second quarter. Go ahead and order your free Experian credit report from AnnualCreditReport.com if you haven’t already this year. Also, don’t just order it; review it carefully, and dispute the errors you see.
The first day of the month is also a good time to review your May calendar and start preparing your calendar for next May. You can get a free printable May 2020 calendar at the download link below.
These printable calendars are free, but I’d appreciate it if you’d compensate me for my time and effort by spreading the word about these resources. To share the link to this page on social media or otherwise, click on the icon that looks like this at the top or bottom of the post:
I hope these free printables are helpful. If you have any input on the June 2019 or May 2020 calendars, comment below, and I’ll respond within a week or so.
Hello, and welcome! I’m finally relaunching this, the Ordered and Organized blog.
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