Whatever project you’re starting – having somewhere to track it all can be so useful. This project planner printable (that’s free!) is the perfect place to do just that. Download today and get started.
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What Is A Project Planner?
A project planner is a fantastic tool that can really help you get larger tasks (or projects!) organised.
Think of it like a to-do list specifically for one project that has deadlines and breaks things down for you to easily get things done one step at a time.
For example – decluttering your entire wardrobe, decorating a room, or organising your pantry.
Breaking down a larger project into smaller tasks can help you avoid feeling overwhelmed and make it easier to see progress.
Plus, it’s super satisfying to check off each task as you complete it!
With a project planner printable you’ll be able to stay on track, save time, and get your home life in order in no time.
So, grab a cup of tea, print out your project planner, and get ready to tackle those home organisation projects like a pro!
Get A Copy Of The Project Planner Printable
This free project planner printable can be yours right now!
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Note: This template is available in both A4 and Letter sizes, as a pdf template. Although 80gsm paper is adequate for most day to day uses, I recommend printing on paper that’s at least 100gsm for the best results, and 120gsm if displaying the printable. You could also use coloured paper for a more personalised style (I love using brown paper!).
How To Use A Project Planner
Here are six great ways to use a project planner in your home life – for inspiration:
#1 – Decluttering
You could easily use a project planner to break down a large decluttering project, like your kitchen or garage, into smaller more manageable tasks.
#2 – Organising
Whether it’s your pantry, your garage, or your home office, a project planner can help you break down the steps needed to get organised.
#3 – Home Improvement
Planning a home improvement project? Use a project planner to keep track of all the tasks involved, from choosing paint colours to scheduling tradesmen.
#4 – Cleaning
A project planner can help you stay on top of your cleaning tasks, whether it’s a deep clean of the entire house or just a quick tidy-up of your living room.
#5 – Gardening
Planning a garden or landscaping project? Use a project planner to keep track of all the tasks involved, from choosing plants to planting and maintenance.
#6 – Travel Planning
Whether it’s a weekend getaway or a big family holiday, a project planner can help you keep track of all the tasks involved, from booking flights to packing your bags.
There you have it – a fantastic project planner that’s totally free, right here for you to download and get planning today.
Plus, loads of ideas for how to use it to track the big things you’re trying to get done.
Hope you enjoy using it – and good luck with whatever project you’re currently getting on with!
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