This year for the holidays I knew I wanted to craft a special gift for my daughters and nieces. A gift that could be considered a game or toy, but that could also be considered a quieter activity (what parent doesn’t love some quiet time… am I right?!). I brainstormed for a while but kept being drawn to the idea of a game. It may just be the occupational therapist in me, but I am all about visual learning and fine motor activities that can be incorporated into play time. This is when I decided to create a personalized memory game! This craft is a fun and simplistic project that will result in wonderful gifts for your loved ones! Furthermore, the project is easily customizable and allows for you to incorporate your personal touch!
You’ve likely heard that someone is more prone to complete tasks if they are written down. Easy to see, easy to remember, easy to cross off… makes perfect sense. You’ve also likely heard (or experienced) that there is something very gratifying about being able to physically cross off a completed task. These well-known facts have led to the ever popular, TO-DO List.
Nothing helps me stay organized more than a classic TO-DO list. However, more and more I feel that my list grows and my completed tasks shrink. In an effort to make this the most organized year yet I’ve experimented with a few strategies. After a month of success, I’d love to share my FREE printable and four most useful tips!