2013 Summer Schedule

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Yes, I know it's only April, but summer is soon upon us, and I've already started penciling in summer activities.  Summer camps, swimming lessons, and vacations have made their way onto my calendar, and there is more to come. I'm constantly learning about other fun summer activities, and I love having a place to keep them all straight, and reduce overbooking or overlapping.  I created this summer schedule several years ago, and loved it, so I update it each year and live by it the whole summer! It makes me happy!  :)

2013 summer schedule | simplykierste.com

There are a couple of ways you can use this:

1.  Download the PDF file, place in a frame, and use it as a dry erase board. (Use a fine point Sharpie--it won't rub off with your hand, but will easily come off with water and a paper towel!)

2.  Download the Excel file, then you can type in all of your info, and print.

Happy scheduling, and happy summer!!!


Simply Kierste

Simply Kierste

Founder/Managing Editor at Simply Kierste, LLC
Kierste is a blogger who shares her love of all things DIY. She is the mother of six, and focuses on simple ideas and projects to make a house a home! When she's not chasing around two sets of twins, a teenager, and a baby, she's working on a project, training for her next race, reading one of her favorite books, or baking something with chocolate in it.
Simply Kierste


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  1. Thank you so much! I’m like you, things are already starting to get planned and I just knew I was going to forget stuff!! Now I can pencil in the potentials, and keep track of whose going where!

  2. Heidi B says:

    THANK YOU! Already started typing our activities in and printed a copy! Awesome

  3. Kriswilgo says:

    Love it. I was all set to make up something like this. I already have about 15 dates in my head that need to go into it and it’s starting to get confusing in there :-)

  4. Kriswilgo says:

    And I just ordered a Staples Engineering print of it to hang on my wall. I had them laminate it, too, so I can write on it with Vis-a-Vis marker :-)

    • simply {kierste} says:

      That’s a great idea, Kristin!!! You’ll have to send me a picture!!! Miss you, btw. :) XO

  5. Laurie says:

    I love this! Thank you. Are the dates supposed to go from Mon to Sun?

    • simply {kierste} says:

      That’s how I designed it–I tend to look at Sunday as the end of week as opposed to the beginning. :)

  6. Laurie says:

    very true!! thank you again!

  7. Shannonh says:

    Thanks – I’ve imagined using this since last year! Thanks for updating it and sharing!!

  8. this is the cutest website ever!

  9. Feel like I’m on some weird roller coast here. Trying to download the summer schedule takes me to FB page that says I have to like it, I of course did and I’m right back here, clicking the pdf link and back to the like page. Help me I’ve getting dizzy :)

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