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I created a household notebook for my family several years back, and it’s been a great help in keeping my family organized. This is my command center – the tool that I use to keep up with all the moving parts of our daily lives.
Before I show you what I keep in my household notebook, let’s take the first step in getting one set up for you. Here are a bunch of free printables that you can use to create yours.
I know the world has gone digital, but an actual made-out-of-paper weekly planner is still a must in my book. I just like the tangibility of it.
And I’m pretty picky about the format. So picky that I started making my own several years ago. I like to have one page for each week, and then an entire page for notes across from it. This gives me lots of room to write down article ideas, phone numbers and whatever else I need to keep track of.
Sound like your kind of planner? Well, then you’re in luck because I’m making it available as a free printable!
Looking for a unique gift idea for a little girl? This hair bow wreath makes a great baby shower gift, birthday present or Christmas gift, and it takes less than five minutes to put together. Include 24 bows, and you could even use it as an advent calendar. Here’s how to make one.
Need help divying up the chores in your house, or just need a better way to keep up with your own chore list? Check out these printable chore charts and lists. With six designs to choose from, you’re sure to find the perfect one for you.
Use this weekly chore chart to plan out a week’s-worth of chores. If you want to make it reusable just place it inside a picture frame; write on the glass with a wet or dry erase marker; and wipe it off to start again.
Organizing kids clothes for storage can be a challenge. You’ve got all of their off-season clothes to keep up with, plus the hand-me-downs that you’re saving for siblings and all of the grow-into clothes that you’ve bought ahead for your oldest child. That’s a lot to keep up with! But it’s nothing a good set of labels can’t handle. And I just happen to have a set for you.
Freezer meals are a lifesaver on busy nights, and they’re great to give to new moms and families that are going through a tough time, but if you don’t label things well, you won’t remember what you have or how to heat it up.
When you’re planning a party, there’s lots to keep up with – the menu, the guest list, your shopping list, who’s RSVPed (who hasn’t). It can be really overwhelming. But you know what helps? Getting all of those important details down in one place.