Are you waking up in the morning in a panic with no idea where to move the darn Elf?
The best way to stay stress-free over the Elf on the Shelf activities is to plan your Elf shenanigans ahead of time.
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Get my free Elf on the Shelf printable planner (bottom of post) and head over to my 25 funny Elf on the Shelf ideas plan your month and enjoy a little peace of mind.
There’s even a spot for materials needed just in case you decide to make things interesting and you need to remind yourself to prep.
You’ll be able to use it as an Elf on the Shelf planning calendar every year.
You’ll have the choice to download a PDF version to print and handwrite your Elf on the Shelf activity ideas, or an Excel version to make edits right in Excel or Google Sheets and then print. Scroll to get your freebie.
Don’t forget to also check out my list of 7 practical ways you can reduce your Christmas stress and make December a little less crazy.
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