Summer fun templates for camping, boating, and more added to ChecklistTemplate.Net

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Template website ChecklistTemplate.net has added new summer-focused checklists, making it a breeze to plan activities in Excel. Hundreds of no-cost, downloadable checklists available for summer planning and more.

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The planning process is so much easier when you can follow a sort of script – a guide on how to safely and effectively pull together an event

With warmer weather arriving, many are looking to plan outside activities for themselves, their friends, and family. This can be an exhausting task depending on the size of the activity, for example going boating requires rentals, safety procedures, and planning with others weeks ahead of time.

Template website ChecklistTemplate.net has uploaded their new summer-centric checklists for those looking to save time when planning their adventures. Each checklist comes in a downloadable Excel form at no-cost and with no-sign up. In addition, the checklist has an accompanying blog to help a user explore their options when it comes to their summer activity.

“The templates serve two main purposes,” explains ChecklistTemplate.net spokesperson Andrew Steele. “First to save time, as we make a point to cover all possibilities for an activity. Secondly, to save a user from worry, as it can be taxing to research, write, and remember everything needed for a summer excursion.”

Among the new additions are templates for camping, boating, hiking, touring amusement parks, and even adopting a dog. Each contain an Excel-based checklist one can follow to go through each step of the preparation process along with a blog entry to explore further details and options.

“The planning process is so much easier when you can follow a sort of script – a guide on how to safely and effectively pull together an event,” said Steele. “With a checklist, you’ll save yourself the time and stress less. Just print it off, make your plans, and check off once something is complete and move on.”

Steele adds that since everything is in Excel, the checklists are entirely customizable. “Just delete or add anything you want, or keep everything as is. It’s a template, but it can also be your full checklist.”

To see all of the new templates added, see ChecklistTemplate.com.

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