January 31, 2012

Free Printables to Help Organize Your Life!


As you know, I am a fan of organization.  I'm also a fan of free printables.  And I *Love* my blog readers.  So I decided to create some free printable planning sheets for you to use.

These would be great in your Home Management Binder or just on a clipboard in a handy place.

There are just a couple wee little rules:

You may not sell these printables or any version thereof,
AND
If you want to spread the word about these printables, please link to this blog post, not the files themselves. Thanks!


1. Daily Planning Pages.


I find my days always go smoother if I know from the get go: a) what's for dinner b)what I'm blogging about and c)the most important to-do items I'd like to accomplish.  There are two versions of this planning page:  One for people who have a blog and one for those who don't.

2) Menu/Grocery planner



The grocery list side of this page is divided by sections of the grocery store to simplify your shopping trip.  I've been dividing my shopping list like this for years and it saves me a lot of back-tracking across the grocery store!  You can print your own by going HERE.


3) Blog Post Planner


I made this one to motivate me to get my butt in gear and plan my blog posts out before hand! Click HERE to print your own!

Enjoy!

Thanks for visiting The Complete Guide to Imperfect Homemaking!

66 comments:

  1. Wow!!! Fantastic! Thank you! I've just found you (through Pinterest) and I love reading your blog. Alesha

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  2. Oooh, just what I've been needing! Thanks!

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  3. Wow such a fab idea. Thanks for sharing I will be using these.

    X x

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  4. Love the menu planner printable! Simple and beautiful

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  5. Holy amazing. I bow before your superior organizational skills. I've just used up a bunch of my office's supplies printing out 16 of the weekly plan pages and the menu pages.

    THANK YOU!!!

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  6. Very pretty! You did an awesome job! =o)

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  7. Love it! Thank you!!!

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  8. These are great! Thanks for sharing!!

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  9. I love these. I really like the spaces for dinner and blog!

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  10. These are great tools, thank you for creating and sharing them!

    On a slightly different note, I must have forgotten to check in yesterday because I hadn't seen your quilt post... so I was staring at the picture of the blog post organiser wondering what "rag guilt" could possibly be!

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    1. Haha Chrissie,that's funny...and understandable! My handwriting is definitely less than perfect!

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    2. Oh no, your writing is fine - I think it's really nice! It was just the small size of the pic I was looking at (and possibly the fact that my glasses could use an upgrade).

      It is a very cute "guilt" anyway!

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  11. Very cute!! Thank you for loving us in such a practical way!!!:o)

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  12. love it! thank you! have you ever given any thought to adding Sunday to the daily planner?

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    1. Maybe I'll do that. Thanks for the suggestion. :)

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  13. Thank you! I've been wanting to start my binder, but I wasn't sure where to start. These are fantastic and I will definitely be using them.

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  14. Good morning!! Just wanted to leave a quick note to let you know how much I love your blog. I'm a follower via email and I look so forward to that email on my iPhone every morning!! :) You have been a huge inspiration to me and a great help to my large family!! I frequently "pin" your posts and forward the emails on. And then I find myself "repinning" your posts without even realizing they were by you! Thank you for the hardwork you put into your blog...I love all of it!! Have a blessed day!

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  15. Thanks for the printables! I found this from Organize and Decorate Everything's link party.

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  16. I read blogs through Google Reader, so sometimes I don't realize what is coming from where. I just clicked onto your actual blog to check something out and looked at some of the older posts. Turns out I have pinned more stuff directly from your blog than probably anywhere else. I just didn't realize it was all coming from the same place! So I guess what I am trying to say is, I love everything, keep it up!

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  17. These are AWESOME! Thank you!!!

    Cath @ Home is Where my Heart is: http://cathhasablog.blogspot.com/

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  18. Love it! My dad does that with the grocery list. My mom types it up on her phone and emails it to him and he writes it all down according to the aisle. :) It saves time and money because you don't see things you don't need! I'm adding it to my blog. Don't worry you get all the credit! and a linky!

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  19. I just wanted to let you know that I came across your blog today via Pinterest. I sat here and read the entire thing....
    I really enjoyed your posts. Thanks for sharing your home and family. This blog got me through a super slow office day and put a lot of smiles on my face.
    Courtney

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  20. My coupon buddies will LOVE your menu planner and grocery list for their binders!!! Thank you!!!

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  21. Kelly,

    This is wonderful. I was just thinking that I needed something to organize my blogging plans.

    Rebecca G.

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  22. Thank you for the printables. Getting myself organized this year!!

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  23. These are gorgeous. Would you mind sharing what programme you used to make them?

    I'm thinking of making a housekeeping folder with different sections, including meal plans, budgets and 'to do' lists but I'm not sure I could cope without a Sunday!

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  24. Excellent! Thanks for making these!

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  25. These are great - thank you! I've been trying to find a good planning sheet, but most are too detailed and I get all caught up in trying to fill all the different blanks. These are perfect!

    I just have to say, I'm a huge fan of your blog - it's so nice to read a homemaking blog that is inspiring without being guilt-inducing!!

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  26. You are so creative and helpful! Thank you so much:)

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  27. These are great tools, thank you for creating and sharing them!

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  28. I can't seem to open the meal/grocery list document :-(

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    1. Hi Marisol! Thanks for letting me know about the issue. I couldn't get it to work either, so I just uploaded it again and changed the link...it seems to work now. Hopefully it will work for you this time :)

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  29. Thank you so much for these darling printables! And what an amazing blog! You've inspired me to take action against the clutter in my poor one bedroom apartment {my husband and I have a daughter and a dog and no room for, um, anything} and it has been so liberating! Thanks again! :) {and keep up the awesome blog posts!}

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  30. These are awesome! Thanks so much. I love your blog. I'll go "like" you on facebook.

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  31. Thank you so much, these are just great. Kindest regards

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  32. I love your blog and have signed up as a subscriber. Bless You!

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  33. I came across this post while looking for a printable planner on pinterest. Thanks for sharing these for free! I am your newest follower :)

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  34. Great idea for the meal planner/grocery list. I appreciate your willingness to share this - thank you so much! We actually sat down once and wrote out all the things we could think of that we buy on a regular basis. Then we made a list with check boxes beside each item, left room for things we didn't think of or that we buy occasionally, and laminated the list. The front is in grocery aisle order (the store we shop at the most), and the back is in alphabetical order by item. We've used this list for about 4 years now, with no changes. I guess you could say we're stuck in a grocery rut! LOL We do get a few comments once in awhile when we go through the grocery line, but we don't care - works for us!!

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  35. I am new to all of this and really like you printables, but I can not figure out how to print them.

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  36. These are so cute, AND USEFUL! THank you so much for these!

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  37. how do you print these?

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    1. When you click on the link it will take you to a google document of the printable. There is a little printer icon in the upper left side of that page.

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  38. My question is about your junk drawer In the Phone number binder do you have the phone books? Also what is in the cupcake tins? And what do you keep in the bowl? Another question, where do you store batteries and extra office supplies? Thank you.

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  39. Just thought i should take the time to leave a note today to let you know that i use the meal planning sheets and the weekly planner sheets a lot. I am so grateful to have them. Thanks for sharing them with all of us. JB

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  40. Thank you so much for sharing your planning sheets! I am a new mother and they are such a help to me. I was curious if you have a monthly or yearly planner to share?

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  41. These are SO GREAT! If you don't mind sharing, what program do you use to create things like this? I've been debating between buying some type of Adobe program or not! :) If there is a particular one you like better, I'd love to know!

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    1. Hi Beth! I just make them in Microsoft Word.

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  42. Thank you so much! I never even thought about using that! It's much cheaper too! :) ha You are awesome!!

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  43. I love the weekly planner page but wish Sunday was included. Any chance you can make the printable to include Sunday?

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  44. Awesome! Can't thank you enough for these. http://www.loveofdixie.com

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  45. Oh my goodness! Amazing!!! Lol so sharing this with all bloggy friends!

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  46. thank you so much for all your wonderful posts! i am inspired, and me and my husband both made binders today. thanks again for sharing your wonderful gifts with us

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  47. AWESOME....i read the whole article and downloaded the printables too....hopefully soon enough i will compile my own binder.....thanks for sharing such insight....

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  48. Thank you! I just never knew where to start with my Home Binder. Your printables awesome.

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  49. Thank you. I am trying to be more organized. This is the start for me.
    And hopefully it changes life around my house. I appreciate it!

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  50. These are great! I blog and also vlog on YouTube so I think I'll use the blog planning sheet to help me plan my videos too. Thanks so much for sharing. I am new to your blog (found it searching for home management binders on Pinterest) and can't wait to read more :)

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  51. Thanks so much for the free printable! I've been looking for something this simple AND colorful with little success so I tried to make my own. Yours are much nicer :) I will change out the rest of the year in my planner!

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  52. Just found your post, your printables are too cute! What fonts did you use on these?

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  53. Thank you so much! These are so colorful and fun, wonderful!

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  54. Thank you for your generosity.

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  55. Thank you so much for sharing this! I, too, thrive on organization, so this was not only helpful, but inspiring as well. Hopefully I can help readers over at http://www.theblissfulpoet.wordpress.com in the same way. :-)

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