Weekly To Do List – Free Printable

One of my goals this year is to get organized and that’s why I created this weekly to do list.

Weekly To Do List


You can print this and store it in a binder and start tackling all of your weekly to do goals.   I love simple weekly to do lists and had a hard time finding one I loved.  This one works perfect for me and I know it’ll work perfect for you as well.  Enjoy!

Go her to print your Weekly To Do List.



2014 Calendar – Free Printable

Need a 2014 Calendar? I put together this yearly calendar that you can print for free!
2014 Calendar Printable


I have to admit that I am addicted to calendars.  I love them.  I probably have about 10 in my house all around.  It helps me keep organized and I use them for various methods, such as keeping track of when my bills are due, when my appointments are and so much more.

These calendars are landscaped format.

2014 Calendar


Here is the link for the free printable 2014 Calendar.

and you can now access our 2015 Calendar or 2016 Calendar

You may also be interested in staying organized with our weekly to do printable.




Frozen Movie Review Plus Fun Printable Activities for the Kids

Frozen released today and I’m excited to share my Frozen movie review!  If you are looking for a film to see over the Thanksgiving holiday this one is definitely worth it.

Frozen Movie Review

This Frozen movie review is not a sponsored review.  Disney provided me the opportunity to preview this movie with my family, all opinions are my own.

Frozen is such an incredible movie and fun for the entire family.   Disney Frozen is a film about 2 sisters, Anna and Elsa.  They were joyous playmate and inseparable as kids.  Elsa had special powers; she could turn anything into ice, which made their playtime extremely fun.  Until one day Elsa accidentally struck her sister.  Near death, they brought Anna to a magical troll, who heals Anna and erases her memory of Elsa’s special powers.  Elsa’s parents thought it would be best to keep Elsa locked away and doors closed to the castle, until she could learn to control her powers.

The castle doors are opened again, once Elsa becomes queen.  Still fearful of her powers she strives to get through the coronation ceremony.  But during the ball, Anna falls quickly in love with a prince and announces their engagement.  Elsa doesn’t give her blessing and a heated argument left Elsa releasing her powers.  Elsa ashamed leaves the kingdom, not realizing she turned summer into winter.

Anna goes after Elsa in efforts to retrieve her sister and restore the kingdom.  Along the way, she meets Kristoff and his sidekick Sven. Then later they meet a snowman named Olaf, (my kids favorite character in the film).  The movie Frozen was a bit of old Disney, lots of singing in this film, which reminded me of older films such as snow white.

The film was heart felt and very enjoyable for the kids.  I would definitely recommend taking your kids to see it.



Walt Disney Animation Studios, the studio behind “Tangled” and “Wreck-It Ralph,” presents “Frozen,” a stunning big-screen comedy adventure. Fearless optimist Anna (voice of Kristen Bell) sets off on an epic journey—teaming up with rugged mountain man Kristoff (voice of Jonathan Groff) and his loyal reindeer Sven—to find her sister Elsa (voice of Idina Menzel), whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom of Arendelle in eternal winter. Encountering Everest-like conditions, mystical trolls and a hilarious snowman named Olaf (voice of Josh Gad), Anna and Kristoff battle the elements in a race to save the kingdom. 

The film is directed by Chris Buck (“Tarzan,” “Surf’s Up”) and Jennifer Lee (screenwriter, “Wreck-It Ralph”), who also wrote the screenplay. It is produced by Peter Del Vecho (“Winnie the Pooh,” “The Princess and the Frog”). Featuring original songs from Kristen Anderson-Lopez (“In Transit,” “Winnie the Pooh”) and Tony® winner Robert Lopez (“The Book of Mormon,” “Avenue Q”), and an original score by Christophe Beck (“The Muppets,” Oscar®-winning short “Paperman”), “Frozen” hits theaters in 3D on Nov. 27, 2013.


Disney’s Frozen releases on DVD on March 18th 2014.  Go grab you’re copy!  It’ll one you’ll want to keep forever.

Here are some fun printable activities for the kids to do too!

Frozen Movie Review Frozen Printable Activities

Print and choose the following activites:


Frozen Maze 3

Frozen Maze 2

Frozen Maze 1

FROZEN Build_Olaf

Frozen Printable Wordsearch 


Enjoy and be sure to comment below and tell me what you thought of the Disney Frozen and thanks Disney for letting me be a part of this Frozen movie review.

8 Free Holiday Printables {Black Friday, Holiday Card List, Calendar and More}

Get organized with these free holiday printables and have a stress free holiday season.

Free Holiday Printables

From the end of Oct we are filled with birthdays, anniversaries and along with the holidays I’m stressed.  I  get to the point where I miss the entire meaning of the holiday season and it’s not until the day after Christmas, that I actually feel like I can breathe.  If you feel that way too, you’ll definitely want to take advantage and download these free holiday printables I put together.

8 Free Holiday Printables

Holiday Planning Guide:  Set your goals for the week, planning ideas, daily and weekly to dos.  Also includes a shopping list and store breakdown to make your shopping to do’s easier too.

Holiday Planning Guide












Holiday Menu Planner:  This planner helps guide you with your holiday menu, preparation and shopping list.

Holiday Menu Planner

Holiday Gift Organizer:   A guide to help you list everyone you are buying gifts for and track whether you’ve purchased, wrapped or mailed your gift

Holiday Gift Organizer









Holiday Card List:  This is perfect for keeping all of your holiday card recipients in order.   You can also note whether or not your received one and reciprocate a card.

Holiday Card List









Decorating Checklist:  A Guide to getting all of your holiday decorations in order.

Decorating checklist














Holiday Cleaning Schedule:  Don’t wait until the last minute to get your house cleaned and organized.  Use this Holiday Cleaning Schedule to keep you on track.

Cleaning Guide














Blank Calendar:  There are so many activities going on during the holidays, keep track by adding them to your calendar

Blank Calendar








Black Friday Shopping Guide:  So many great deals are upcoming.  Know where you want to go, what you what to buy.  Also schedule your weekly tasks to stay on track.

Black Friday Guide














I hope these holiday printables keep your holiday stress free.  Be sure to check out my other organization tips.

Get Started: 52 Week Savings Challenge – Weekly and Reverse Order Breakdown

It’s a New Year and if one of your New Years resolutions is to save some money why not join us on our 52 Week Savings Challenge.

52 week savings Challenge

The 52 Week Savings challenge is a pretty simple challenge.  It just requires a  lot of discipline.  Starting with week one, you’ll deposit  $1.00 that week, then week 2 you’ll deposit $2.00 and so on.  By the end of the year you’ll have $1378.00!   Just pick a week you want to get started use the 52 Week Savings Challenge Printable Form.

Most people start the new year off with this challenge.  If you are planning on doing that and want to stick to specific dates be sure to print the 52 Week Savings Challenge 2014 Form

The first few weeks will be simple and throughout the year the challenge will get harder.  Just remember the purpose of the 52 Week Savings Challenge is to discipline yourself into learning how to save and be committed to saving the amount listed above.

If you feel the challenge too simple to start off, why not try the challenge in reverse.  Start week 1 with a deposit of 52.00.  This would be perfect for Christmas.  Get the 52 Week Savings Challenge Reverse Order Form

Whichever method you choose, at the end of the year you’ll have a nice savings to do whatever you wish!

Whose up for the 52 Week Savings Challenge?

Need some ideas on how to save?  Check out my post 7 ways to increase income at work without asking for a raise.

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Get Organized this Holiday ~ Free Holiday Printables

Free Holiday Printables

Free Holiday Printables

The holiday season is really stressful for me.  I can’t seem to enjoy myself until Christmas day and by then it’s all over!

Each year I stress over the same things… decorating, buying presents, shopping for the dinner, making dinner and wrapping gifts.  I tend to tackle this all and overload myself with stress!  We’ll this year I’m saying No to the Holiday Stress!

I’ve created several holiday printables to get organized.  I want to make I’m ready for the holiday by the first week of December.  I plan to have all of my shopping done, my gifts wrapped and my decorations up and be able to celebrate this wonderful season.

Do you feel like that too?  If so, join me on this journey this holiday season for a stress free holiday.

I’ll be sharing tips throughout the week to help you stay on track and get through the holiday as stress free as  possible.

To get your Free Holiday Printables, like PinchThisStretchThat on Facebook and gain access to all of these printable holiday forms.

Free Holiday Printables

  • Holiday Card List
  • Holiday Gift Organizer
  • Holiday Cleaning Schedule
  • Holiday Menu Planner
  • Calendar
  • Black Friday Shopping Guide
  • Holiday Planning Guide
  • Decorating Checklist

Want more Organization Tips?  Be sure to check out all of my Organization posts!



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