I don’t know about you, but when I’ve got a system down pat, everything seems to flow smoother.
This is true when you create a planner for your household too!
When you write things down and organize them, things change.
And I find that this is true no matter where you are in life.
Whether you want to call it a cute home management binder or a printable planner, there is SO much peace in knowing things are all organized in one place and you know what you have to do next because you’ve set everything in order.
This can mean organizing your finances, your meals for the week, the upkeep of the house, any appointments/school/parenting activities you need to take care of.
This home planner was designed and organized around the idea that you could create your own planner according to your own needs and wants.
You get a set of printable pages that you can pick and choose and re-print once you have them down.
Below I’ve gone through some of the absolute BEST pages of the planner. So you always have some place to put your most important information in a way that makes sense and isn’t overwhelming.
Let’s dive in!
Printable home planner
I put this planner together after trying to find one that I liked and thought that it wouldn’t hurt to just create my own as I would like it and with all the pages that I’d ever need.
And the Home Planner was born!
I love that it has bright colors and it isn’t boring, yet still useful in your everyday life.
It doesn’t matter if you’re just trying to keep your chore chart straight for your kids, if you’re trying to keep your finances in order and track your savings, or if you’re simply trying to jot down some notes that you know you’ll forget later, this planner is perfect for ALL of that.
That’s why it has more than 100 pages to choose from!
Medication tracker printable
I LOVE the design on the medication tracker because it has everything you’d need to record (and even extra space for notes) if you need to keep track of your own medication.
I especially liked how it all fit together so its easy to read and you can keep track of your medication over the long run.
Monthly budget printable
I personally loved the finance part of the printable home planner very much because of all the pages it contained. Including pages to keep track of your credit cards, your savings goals, and your monthly budget.
One thing I did to make sure the planner was as flexible as possible and helped as MUCH people as possible was that I made sure to include a detailed and filled in version of the monthly budget as well as a completely blank version of the monthly budget that way you can personalize it to your particular expenses if the pre-filled one isn’t what you’re looking for.
I did this for many of the most important pages in the planner to make sure you personalized each page to how YOU like to use them! 🙂
Credit card tracker printable
I love the credit card tracker because of how simple it makes it for you to keep your credit card information all in one place.
I don’t know about you, but when I look at all my info in one place that makes it comprehensive I can get a better picture of what it is and what I have to do going forward.
A credit card tracker is perfect for tracking your debt!
Cleaning checklist printable
This page is especially useful if you’re a mom, or if you simply want to keep track of how well your keeping up your place with roommates, etc.
It’s a great page to have as part of a home organization system. There is a slot for every area of the house along with a small place where you can write a short description of what you did.
Then on the dates that you completed that task, you can make sure to write them down and check them off on the checklist right below that task. Easy, right?
Quote printable page
I’ve always believed that no printable planner is complete without printable quotes that uplift you.
I love any quote that’ll remind you to look ahead and be positive and this home binder is no different. I made sure to include a page with only one special quote on each for each of the sections of the planner.
April in review printable
I feel like its always a good idea to have a review of your month once its over. That way you can look at your goals, what you accomplished and whats still on your to-do list, and the next best step to take for the coming month.
This helps you plan ahead while looking behind you and seeing what you did and didn’t get done. It’s a valuable part of any planner printable set if you ask me.
Weekly planning printable
And of course, I included plenty of space and more than one page for a weekly planner like this one.
This page is probably one of my favorites because its super colorful and helps you get lots of ideas, appointments, and to-dos all on one page. This is THE page to have for any printable planner for when you need a quick organize my day session.
The best part is that you can print as many copies of the page as you want. So you never run out of planner pages unlike traditional planners you get at the store!
We all need a wellness log. At least to track if we’re drinking enough water or not. I mean, when it comes to fitness, we all have to start somewhere, right?
While I still struggle with keeping up with my workouts every other day, I like that keeping a log can keep me accountable and helps me make sure that I’m working out as much as possible.
A good ol’ checklist pad is always good to have in handy. That’s why I included this simple yet useful page.
You can use it for virtually anything you can think of once you print it out. Either meetings, grocery lists, party organizing, keeping track of what all is in your attic, and the list could go on.
Savings tracker printable
Anything that helps you keep track of savings is a plus in my book. And this printable savings tracker does just that.
Its so motivating when you have a place where you keep track of all the money you’re saving and see it grow little by little. This is especially true if you want some accountability for your finances.
Writing things down is a great way to do so.
Printable pantry labels
When I say that I’ve thought about everything when it came to this 100 page printable planner, I really did mean it. And thus, the printable party labels where born!
These labels can be printed on cardstock and can be added to any plastic or glassware that you use to keep your food and condiments.
Printable meal planner
This printable organizer could NOT be complete without a printable meal planner that details everything you’ll make for the week. I love that it helps you keep the ingredients and meals for each day tidy and organized so you know exactly how you’ll be tackling your meal prep once you get down to business.
Printable organizers are awesome!
Hopefully you enjoyed this quick run through of what all is included in the 100 page printable planner. When I was creating it I ran through it countless times to make sure everything was perfect and wanted to make sure I included as many helpful pages as possible.
I like that it can fit many lifestyles, whether you’re a stay at home mom trying to take care of the kiddos, or you’re fresh out of college and trying your best to organize your life.
Here is a general run through of each section of the planner:
- Three Cover Pages
- Sticker Page
- Weekly Planning Section
- Monthly Planning Section
- Household Maintenance
- Health And Wellness Log
- Craft Paper (5 sheets)
- Thank You Card Templates (5 templates)
Did you find the printable organizer useful? Let me know in the comments below!