30-Day Challenge: Home Management Binder #5 (Printable Weekly Planner)


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This is what I’ve been needing. 

This is the most important part of the Home Management Binder for me!

I have been forgetting things right and left — appointments, to-do’s, activities… 

*sigh*   I’m not sure if it’s just mommy brain or I’m actually becoming more forgetful!

Several months ago, I traded in my pay-by-the-minute flip phone for a pay-by-the-month smartphone, and I was convinced I would just keep all of my activities and calendar on it.

It hasn’t worked for me!

Especially since my husband doesn’t have a smartphone or use Google Calendar, I keep forgetting to fill him in on our comings and goings, so I need something right out in the open for all of us to see.

And that’s why I am excited about this!  It sets right in the cookbook holder on top of the island in the kitchen — and everyone can see it and add to it!

First of all, it includes places for appointments, to-do lists, AND our daily menu.  I can keep it all together!

Next I added our daily cleaning schedule:

  • Monday:  Bathrooms
  • Tuesday:  Bedrooms
  • Wednesday:  Shopping/Errands
  • Thursday:  Kitchen
  • Friday:  Living Areas
  • Saturday:  Planning/Goal-Setting for the next week
  • Sunday:  Coupon clipping and sorting + filing any paperwork, bills, etc.

Of course, I clean the other areas during the day!  These are just the focus areas for each day of the week, so they get a little extra attention (floor scrubbing, sheet changing, pantry organizing, etc.).

I also put my weekly Motivated Mom’s planner right behind each week’s schedule, so I can remember to do those extra projects, too.

The checklist also includes a place to record whether you’ve finished a daily Bible Study, exercised, taken your vitamins, and drank your water (I’m keeping a tally and checking it when it’s complete).

Other posts in the series:

30-Day Challenge:  Home Management Binder

30-Day Challenge:  Home Management Binder #2

30-Day Challenge:  Home Management Binder #3

30-Day Challenge:  Home Management Binder #4

 

Due to popular demand, I am giving away my 2013 home management binder printables for FREE to email subscribers!  To get them, just go here and pick a subscription option.  Be sure to confirm your subscription through the link they will send you.  Then, shortly after you confirm, you should receive another email with the link to the download.

I realize that not everyone is interested in getting my daily email updates, so you can purchase the printable set for just $1.99 through March 31, 2013.  If you’d like to purchase a set, please just click on the button below!

25 Pages of Home Management Binder Printables for $1.99

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Homemaking Binder Download Set

There are a total of 25 pages included in the download:

  • Customizable Cover
  • Important Dates
  • Chore Chart Checklist
  • Recipe References
  • Menu Planner
  • Idea Checklist
  • Weekly Calendar (2 Versions)
  • Schedule
  • Goal Sheet
  • Monthly Calendars for 2013

Happy Homemaking Binder Making!! :)

 

 


About Stacie Nelson

is the creator of MotherhoodOnADime.com. She is passionate about encouraging moms and giving them creative, yet simple, activities to do with their children. A bargain-hunter by nature, she enjoys sharing deals and freebies.

She also loves extra dark chocolate, jogging, writing, cooking dairy and gluten-free, and attempting to declutter her book-filled rooms. Faith and family are her top priorities, and she seeks to encourage others to live life on purpose.

Comments

  1. I like those check offs at the bottom of each day!! I’ve been wanting to drink more water and take my vitamins!

  2. Shannon says:

    I’ve tried the binder before, but it didn’t work for me! I really wanted it to, as I’d love to have literally every area of my life organized in to one spot. However, I’ve found that I’m a cross between the techy-planner sort and the checklist type. My family’s schedule, contacts, reminders, and Motivated Moms schedule are kept on my smart phone, and I keep a dry-erase calendar on the wall for the entire family to see. This has worked very well for us. However, I DO need some help with managing other areas of my home, such as menu-planning, tackling trouble spots and rooms, setting and completing goals, and zone-cleaning. So, I’m going to try to incorporate some of the binder ideas for those areas items that aren’t on my phone. My first question is how do you combine the Motivated Moms chore planner with your daily zone cleaning? I’ve found that many of the zone chores are incorporated in to the MM planner, and vice-versa.

  3. Would you be creating one soon for 2013? Adding the weekly menu would be a good idea!

    • Stacie Nelson says:

      Not quite sure yet…but that’s just around the corner, so I better start thinking about it! Thanks for the suggestion!

  4. Would you add one for 2013 ? Thanks

    • Stacie Nelson says:

      Hi, June,
      I’ve thought about that! I’ll have to check with my sister since I’m unsure if she will have the time to work on it.

      Thanks for the idea though!

  5. Heather says:

    I would love to print your weekly planner, I have become a subscriber too, however I am still not able to print it. Any suggestions?

    • Stacie Nelson says:

      Feel free to email me if you became a subscriber by 1/5/13, and I can check and resend you the link!

      • Heather says:

        I just became a subscriber last night, is this printable no longer available then?

        • Stacie Nelson says:

          Hi, Heather. It was just a 48 hour freebie, so it’s not longer available in the content of the email subscription. If I have enough interest and people leaving comments, I may run it again though!

          P.S. Feel free to email me since you became a subscriber….I can probably help you out! motherhoodonadime at gmail dot com ;)

  6. Melinda says:

    Hi,
    Great ideas! and I’m looking forward to putting some of these things into practice. Thank you for all your hard work.

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