I am sharing my printable planner tab template. I have done so many DIY Planners I could almost be considered an expert. When you are struggling with ADD/ADHD and trying to keep things in order you will try almost anything.
I have a confession. I’m a horrible homemaker. I don’t bake like Patty does, I don’t have a Pinterest worthy home. Every day thousands of moms around the world talk down to themselves, myself included. Then we all wonder why we don’t
My best planner tips are here. Wait till you see what I have come up with! Planners have changed. Gone are the days of monochrome color schemes, and uneditable pages. Franklin Covey is no longer the only planner of note. So if
I am a planner addict. I love planners. If they are done right everything has a spot, and you can empty your brain into it – and breathe. But if the planner doesn’t fit me I am left feeling like I
*This post contains affiliate links. The reality is I am not a great homemaker. My house stays just this side of horrible most days. Other days I lose the battle and it becomes like a corn maze – with junk instead of
I am a huge geek over planners. I have made hundreds of page templates over the years. I even bought a Cinch from We R Memory Keepers to do my own spiral bound planners. I finally found a Classic Cherry
[pinterest] Traditional planning systems like Franklin Covey, Day Timer or At-A-Glance planners can be very effective for many people. Their effectiveness may be because those systems work well for a person’s life or it may be as simple as that
[pinterest] My husband, David, and I are very different in the way we go about our day-to-day activities. He’s a remodeling contractor. He has a planner I set up for him and he sort of uses it. He mainly uses