This week I am sharing with you printable planning sheets that I use to organize all aspects of my life.
All week I am talking about the paper tools I use to organize my life. Click the links below to visit the other posts with free printables!
I am a busy homeschooling mama who is also trying to start a small business on the side, so I need all the help I can get when it comes to organizing my day. I have reminders set in my phone, but I prefer to use pen and paper for the majority of my schedule and to do lists.
The organizational tools I use need to be cute and functional, as well as inexpensive. I didn’t want to buy a fancy planner, and after searching through Pinterest, I decided to create my own planning sheets. I am sharing them all with you over the next few weeks for FREE!
First up my Weekly Planner!
I enjoy putting together my own planner because I can tailor it to fit my specific lifestyle and needs. I just printed out the planning sheets that I needed, and had it spiral bound at Staples for about $5. You could also put the pages in a binder and call it good.
I like to laminate the front and back covers before getting it bound. I have a laminator similar to this one, but they can do this for you at Staples too.
Here are the pages I created for my planner:
Covers or Dividers
Print these out on heavy paper and use one as the cover and the rest as dividers.
Birthdays & Important Dates
Use these pages to stay on top of any birthdays, holidays, anniversaries, or important events each month.
Two pages with room to write out your schedule and to do lists. You can use the three boxes to break up your day into Morning/Afternoon/Evening, or into different categories. I use the categories: Home, School (we homeschool), and Work to schedule out my day.
Two pages with a notes column for goals, to dos, important events or whatever you need it for.
Three different styles of note pages for jotting down great ideas or to do lists.
Click the picture below to download the FREE Weekly Planner.
At the beginning of this post, I mentioned I like using printables that are cute, remember? But wait! Look how boring and plain my planner pages are! That’s where these fun planner stickers come in. You can keep your planner simple, or dress it up with these stickers.
Print them on sticker paper, like this, and cut them out. I use my Silhouette Cameo to cut them out, but you could also cut the stickers out by hand.
I print out a set of stickers for each week, and any extra stickers can be used on the monthly layout.
Click the picture to download a PDF for each sticker set.
If you have a Silhouette cutting machine, here are the Silhouette Studio Files for each sticker set.
Check back, because I will add more sticker sets!