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So we have been plucking away at a Home Management Binder this month on the blog! And so far we have found a binder, added tabs, chosen categories and created a cover page!
Today, let's add an Auto Log to our binders!
The idea to keep track of auto maintenance actually came from a brilliant reader, as you may have noticed it wasn't on my original list for my household binder. Boy you guys are so smart! You made my list grow for the better! And the Auto Log was a perfect place to get started when creating my next FREE printable for your binders!
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I decided to use a clear page protector to hold this template, since it will only need updating upon each maintenance check. I printed one for each of our vehicles, to keep track separately!
This log will be wonderful in remembering what was done and when on our vehicles, since they truly can act as an extension of the home!
The template should be pretty user friendly! There are a series of pre-filled maintenance items that can just be checked as completed on the vehicle, and a space to add additional comments if necessary!
We will most likely use the pouch in the divider, or three hole punch, to place vehicle maintenance stubs/receipts as well. Not only will this help us keep track, but it will also be very nice for any other owners of the car in the future, if we were ever to want to sell...
Stay tuned for more templates all week! I am still showing much ooey gooey love for this month's project!
Any other ideas for keeping auto's in check? Who's already been using a log that has come in handy once or twice? Thoughts?
I decided a little challenge would be fun! This month we are creating a Home Management Binder! Wanna Join in? Take photos and blog about your awesomeness as you go! I am hoping to do a giant, "We did it!" celebratory post where we can all link up our binder creating success stories at the end of the month!