The smell of turkey is slowly dissipating. The children are quietly playing or reading. The tree lights are gleaming with bright Christmas joy, Melk is peering at us from the mantle beside the diffuser spouting Christmas Spirit oil and (don't hate me, but) my motherly thoughts are turning already to the New Year and it's promises.
It's that time again: Time to pull out the date list and last year's planner and transfer all important information to the new one that will keep me organized and on top of things in the 12 months to come.
If you still don't have one, or don't have one you like, I've compiled this fabulous ultimate list of planners and calendars that I have used, am using or have reviewed and made the cut to share with you. Why not make a few minutes to look through them and find the one that suits you perfectly!
And don't miss this Free Printable Holiday Planner (to get you through December if you don't have one yet! )
Sing and Praise Planner – Colorful and printable (but prints great in black and white too). I love the devotional pages and printable stickers and tabs included in this one!
The Freedom Journal – is a 100 day (3 month) planner that helps you focus on one big goal to accomplish. I used this successfully last year in conjunction with my other planners and LOVED the sense of accomplishment it gives eery day. It's a nice leathery feel hardback book with gold edged paper too. Fancy!
The Blog Well Planner – was specifically created for those who blog and/or run an online business. It's a quarterly planner, undated (yes! no waste!) with 2 double page calendar spreads per month, because we have SO much going on.
There is space to plan out product and affiliate promotions, as well as track goals and (wait for it) there is a 24 hour daily appointment calendar, because, well, what mom-preneur do you know who only works from 8-5 anyway? Plus free tutorial videos and printable stickers/tabs! Click the image below to order on Amazon.
The Happy Planner – Me & My Big Ideas – I love that you can buy the paper punch for these and change out the dated pages without having to scrap the whole planner. I am big on personalization and there are SO MANY options with this one.
Not Consumed Planner – I love Kim's planning forms because it covers literally EVERY aspect of homeschooling, lesson planning and record keeping. Click the image below to check it out.
If you're wanting to teach your kids to be a bit more independent in their homeschool, take a look at her Student planner as well. It's great!
The Ultimate Homeschool Planner (below) is one I have used and LOVE because of the ease with which it handles large family schedules. A couple of color coded pens and we can all be “on the same page” LOL.
The Well-Planned Day planners are fabulous and I've used them in the past as well. Pretty on the inside and out.
And if you're just homeschooling one kiddo, take a look at the single child option below because you won't need a planner quite so robust and thick.
Need a Calendar for the Kids?
Check out this undated Kids Travel Calendar. Each month with a drawing of another world landmark to color.
Do you have a favorite personal or homeschool planner? I'd love to know what you'll be using in 2018!