I've made a planner before and failed. I discovered it was too long. I'd get bored and keep forgetting to write in it. The beauty of making a planner as opposed to buying one is that it's completely custom. I can't keep a planner for a whole year so I make one for 3 or 4 months. I don't need school phone numbers or dry cleaner numbers. I don't add them. I DO need a cleaning schedule because I'm a terrible housekeeper and no planners have that.
Insert - I'm bored and like to play with Microsoft Word and print stuff.
|I'm left handed so coil binding or Steno-style is pretty much required.|
|Daily, weekly and monthly cleaning schedule for my lazy house-work-hating self|
|Full year calendar with days off school|
|Master Grocery List|
|It's titled pantry inventory, but really it's my "basement food" inventory|
|I don't follow meal planning in the sense of this is what we WILL eat this day, but having many meals written out, gives me ideas and prevents too much cereal or take out for supper|
|Living in an old house, there's always fixing to do|
|In correlation with my weight loss efforts, I have this tracking page....|
|And this workout tracking page|
|In a plea to appeal Brianna to math, I came up with math points in which she can earn Minecraft time or money|
|In response, she asked to also have to opportunity to earn chore points.|
|Major school plans|
|Keeping track of curriculum used|
Thus far it's been working well. We've been eating real food and my housework is at least getting done better than before.
I'll be working on sharing the pdf files I make her on the blog. For now though, if you can work simple programs through Word, feel free to copy them :)