It’s finally here, my friends! I am so excited to share it with you all! My first Productivity Planner for Moms.
I know that the new year is already here and has been rolling for a couple of weeks now but it’s still not too late to get started with planning your year.
Can I tell you a secret? I’m not really the most organized person! You think with being a stay-at-home mom, a homeschooler and blogger that I will be. Well, not as much as I want to be. I try though, all.the.time. I’m just not the person to write things down. I mean if I write it down somewhere, I will probably forget about reading it. Why, you ask? Because I’m terrible at keeping things in my head and then working my way through what I can remember. It works sometimes but most of the time it just makes me feel overwhelmed.
I know I need to get used to writing things down in some sort of planner. And I have. I tried it. I tried the electronic version and the paper planner but none really sticks. Well, I guess putting things down on my phone works somewhat okay. However it’s still not enough to make me feel organized. I have tried and spent quite a bit already on different paper planners but I never make it through using it the whole year. It always feels like it’s lacking, or it has too much that I end up leaving out a lot of blank spaces which is not very motivating. Or it just doesn’t apply to me. I’m not sure.
Don’t get me wrong, I know there are plenty of great planners out there but I just couldn’t bring myself to spend another dime on something I am not sure will work for me.
But this year will be different! I know that if I’m going to become successful at anything, I need to plan and write things down. So instead of spending hours and hours looking for that “perfect” planner, I decided to make my own.
Introducing, my Productivity Planner for Moms!
What’s all included? Well, I’m glad you asked! Let’s dive in!
If you’ve been following me along, last month I created Productivity Planner for Men. This new one is more like an expanded version of that (You know, we moms, have way more things to take care of at home. So I took those into consideration). And of course this planner is more feminine looking which I love!
What you will find inside:
Note: If you need help figuring out what purpose each section serves, check out my Productivity Planner for Men. I have given a brief explanation on most of these sections. Otherwise, it’s mostly self-explanatory.
- Mini Vision Board
- Year at a glance calendar
- Yearly goals
- Yearly Expenses Record – Write down those once-a-year payments in here.
- Basic Weekly Schedule – Have a basic plan for your week to guide you when you write your weekly goals.
- Month at a glance calendar
- Monthly goals
- Monthly Cashflow Tracker – Track your salary, passive income, bonuses, monthly expenses, your savings, payments all in one place. (So far, I’m loving this section!)
- Daily Transactions record – Get on top of your expenditures and never second guess again where you spent your hard-earned money.
- Weekly goals
- Weekly Menu planner
- Daily goals
- Notes section
- Water Intake Tracker
- Workout Tracker
- Health Tracker Checklist
- Week in Review
- Inspirational Quotes
- Year in review
How to print:
For printing instructions, you can also read, How to print from my Productivity Planner for Men, scroll down to the bottom.
I printed my planner on a regular paper double-sided except for the front cover and mini-vision board (cardstock). Then, instead of taking it to an office supply store to have it coil bounded, I just inserted mine on a binder. Do what you feel is best for you. Although, I must say, having it all coil-bounded makes it feel more like an actual planner than just printables! Like I say, up to you!
I created this planner for my own purpose, so I designed it to suit what I need and want in a planner. And I have only been using it for a couple of weeks now, but I already feel more organized than I used to be! Hooray!
But hey, I want to help you too become organized and productive this year (if you’re not yet and if that’s one of your goals this year).
However in order for me to do that, I will need your help too. If you are interested, download a sample, try it out and see what you think of it. Then come back and let me know if you like it, or if you have any suggestions at all that might help you better plan your year. I will do my best to help you out.
But I have to be honest with you. I hope that you do take advantage of my offer while it’s FREE. Because for now, I’m offering all my printables for FREE but I know someday it won’t be. So don’t wait, take action NOW! I don’t want you to miss out!
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Be more organized! Be more productive this year! Don't wait too long! You know you want this! So go ahead, do it!
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