Lovely ideas, y'all!
I was thinking it would be good to have one on creating a household budget, not just of expenses, but forecasting profits from ventures, managing resources, etc. I suppose this could be in the "commerce" section, but it's important for homesteading too.
There might even be enough here for a whole section/badge scheme of itself - Documentation? Business Development? Household Management? or Emergency Planning?
it could include:
Zone Map/property map
seasonal crop/livestock schedules,
Harvesting/sales ledger or journal
Household maintenance schedule(or vehicle maintenance schedule)
Tool or supply inventory
"Scrounge" list of items to pick up for re-purposing, maybe with list or map of likely places to procure(like the business down the road that puts out pallets to take, or used buckets from the grocery store, ugly produce, day-old donuts, etc.
Emergency binder(contacts, First aid information, disaster instructions, evacuation routes, important documents
Legacy binder((basically instructions on what to do if you die, not just a will,but also instructions on how to pay bills, other bequests, contacts that need to be made, where things are stored, how to run household systems, etc.) - Edit to add: WIFI password and listing of accounts/investments - this was a big issue when my grandpa passed away recently!
and, if you want to have a "prepper" tinge included here, you could add:
GHB/BOB/INCH and/or car/home emergency bag
Emergency food storage inventory
Important documents/ skills library backup on a thumb drive
SHTF Plan - whether it be bug out, bug in, relocation, whatever, your family needs to know what to do, and you won't have great capacity to think/communicate in a heavy situation.
Could get it all set up in a big binder or a Bullet journal, then it's easier to document your plans, see your progress and make changes, rather than just "wingin it."
I've already setup a few of these (my preferred method is Google Sheets + the Notes app on my phone, shared w/ my wife) and it helps me stay organized and on track when a flurry of tasks comes crashing down on me.