Home / Crafts & DIY / Personal Assistant / Personal Assistant for January {organize}
Screen Shot 2012-12-28 at 10.53.44 AM

Personal Assistant for January {organize}

Let’s herald in the New Year in style! Tip Junkie is here to help as Your Personal Assistant. Take a day and really plan and organize your schedule. Here are some of the things to do!


1.  It’s January and a New Year!  If you’re wanting to be more organized then print off the Executive Homemaker binder where you can keep track of everything in one place as well as printable worksheets to help keep  you organized and on task.  This Adorable Free 2013 Printable Calendar is a must have as well!

2.  Let’s start the month off right and make a list of the things that are causing you added stress. Make a list of the big ones as well as the little ones. Is something in the house that’s broken, is there an insurance issue you need to take care of, do you need an extra trash can upstairs to help keep things tidy?

  • If one of your new year’s  goals or resolutions is to get organized then you’ll LOVE all the organizational tips here on Tip Junkie and the creative women who have been featured.  Organize with style!

Once you’ve thought it out and made your list, plan a day this week as your “ongoing problem day” and finally resolve those issues that need to be resolved. You’ll be glad that you did!

3. Print out your free Daily/Weekly/Monthly/Annual cleaning checklist. And if you need it, you can also print out a free Stain Removal Guide. I also have several amazing Chore Charts for Kids that you can print out.

4.  Check birthdays for the month, buy cards & presents, get them ready to mail or deliver. If you have a child’s birthday this month, plan it and get out the invites.

5.  If you want to get a space in your house organized, these ideas might help!  25 Ways to Organize with a Clipboard and 10 Stylish Family Schedule and Command Center Ideas.

Personal Assistant

6.  The winter season can wreak havoc on your skin!   Here are 14 easy homemade sugar scrub recipes , 16 Homemade Scrubs ~ Sugar, Salt, Facial, and Body Scrubs and 22 Homemade Body Scrub, Masks, and Lotion Recipes to help!

Valentine’s Day Ideas

7.  It’s time to start thinking about Valentine’s Day; what you’re going to make, how you’re going to decorate, what traditions you’re going to implement, as well as making arrangements for your date and babysitter.  {{Schedule your babysitter now!!}}  Head on over to the Tip Junkie Valentine site for so many Valentine’s Day ideas your heart might just swell. {snicker}  And, I’ve got a few ideas listed below as well!

Valentine Crafts

8.  Plan a date night with your man. Swap kids with a friend or schedule the babysitter in advance. If you need some fun dates, check out or How to Date Your Spouse ideas over on the TJ Community.

Fun Traditions to Create Memories for your kids:

9. Clear schedule for book club, girls night out, BUNCO (have you seen this amazing Bunco Party Idea with FREE Printables?), and other rotating activities. Make sure you have child care, your food assignment, etc. Here’s how to start a dinner club.

10. If you are doing a  food storage, time to check the schedule and buy next on the list. Don’t forget to put some cash in there as well.

11. Change AC house filter.

12. Write one grandparent a letter, artwork, or card.

13. Plan Mommy/Son or Daddy/Daughter dates.

14.  It’s award season!  Do something fun with your girlfriends this year and host a Golden Globe or an Oscar viewing party.  Send out beautiful invites, print out the nominees and have everyone vote before the show.  Have fun prizes and swag.

Upcoming Events:

If you want to remind yourself to head on over to Tip Junkie at the beginning of every month for this segment, here’s a button you can put on your blog. (code on the sidebar)

What do you do in January to stay on top of your resolutions?

Let me know below in the comments or we can chat about it over on the Tip Junkie Facebook page. I adore hearing from you and really want to help you plan your month. {{wink}}

Leave a Reply