Back when I was still working in corporate, I was very OC when it comes to creating and maintaining documentation. I always made sure that processes are clearly documented and communicated. I made sure meeting invites, agenda and minutes were properly stored, tracked and communicated. I made checklists, trackers, reports of all sorts. I did the same at home – but to a lesser degree 😬

I am sharing with you my favorite and very useful mommy lists!


Every time we go on a trip or a staycation, I always prepare a list of things to bring. At some point, I got tired of writing the same things over and over, so I came up with this checklist.Β πŸŽ’ If items are not applicable for the trip (ex. swimming gear for a winter trip or some toiletries which are available in a hotel), I simply cross it out.

πŸš™ Kids Packing List for Travel

πŸš™ Mom’s Packing List for Travel

✈️ Travel Quick Cards – Travelling with kids? You can simply fill this card out so you don’t need to get all your passports every time you fill out forms at the airport.

For tips on traveling with kids (baby, toddler, pre-schooler) check out my blog post here.

Home Management

Managing a household can get overwhelming and challenging for busy moms. Here are some lists and templates that would help you be more organized at home.

πŸ›’Β Grocery List

πŸ—’οΈ Interview Questions for Kasambahay

πŸ’°Kasambahay Payslip Template

πŸ“ Kasambahay Salary Logsheet

Also check out the details of the Batas Kasambahay.


Is it your child’s first time to go to school? Check this out. You can print out the schedule and have it laminated for your child to see. The other reminders can be given to yaya as a guide. Some tips for yaya/caregiver can also be used at home.

πŸ–οΈ School schedule & reminders for yaya/guardian

Please do come back often because I update this page with new lists and templates I’ve created πŸ™‚