Those of you who have loved our free printable planner for the past six years are in for a treat! We’ve got a fun new design update for you – a stunning botanical design that inspires calm amidst your busy life.
As time seems to be moving at warp speed lately, we’re all about simplifying and streamlining!
And try as we may to rely solely on our smart phone calendars, there’s just something about a paper planner that helps keep life running smoothly.
While you won’t find much printing going on here at Green Child Magazine – we’re a fully digital magazine, after all – you will find that we make an exception when it comes to staying organized.
And the beauty of this format is that you can print only the pages you need and keep them in a binder you can use year after year.
Over the past few years, this customizable tool – which started with our Weekly Meal Planner Printable and matching Pantry Staples List – has grown into 81+ pages has become a standby for our readers.
And it’s all for free, to thank YOU for being a Green Child Magazine reader and supporter.
This yearly planner contains the basics (plus a bit extra):
- A Cover (with space to paste a photo, inspiring quote, or anything that helps you feel organized)
- 2018 Year at a Glance Calendar
- Monthly Calendars (with just enough space to write down important events)
- Weekly To-Do Pages
- Weekly Activity Sheet
- Notes Pages
- Notes Sheets (for using on your desk, counter, or for pinning to the fridge)
- Journal Pages (print as many as you need)
- Journal / Blog Topics (Weekly sheets to help you track your ideas)
- Journal / Blog Topics (2 weeks per page)
- Inspirational Graphics & Quotes (additional quotes have been added to the end of the planner for this year)
- Blank Monthly Calendars (with no dates, so you can keep this file for future use)
- 2019 Year at a Glance Calendar (to give you a jump start on your planning for next year!)
Plus a whole section of Home Organization Sheets & Quick-Reference Pages:
- For the sitter
- For your childcare provider
- Monthly budget
- Holiday budget
- Home maintenance history
- House paint colors
- Vehicle maintenance
- Medical history
- Spring cleaning checklist
- Cleaning & chore checklists (blank – fill in)
Finally, we know how daunting grocery shopping and meal planning can be without an action plan.
We expanded on our weekly meal planning sheets by creating this Meal Planning & Pantry Organization set that includes:
- Weekly Meal Planners (Choose Sunday or Monday Start-Week)
- Weekly Lunch Planners
- Pantry Staples
- Helpful Kitchen Conversions
- Shopping List Sheets (half-page, meant for using outside of the binder)
- Labels for Pantry Storage / Mason jars
- Recipe Sheet (2 per page)
This free printable planner can be easily printed at home, or through a service for high quality printing. We recommend using:
- Recycled Printer Paper
- Protector Sheets & Dry-Erase Pens (for pages that can easily be reused or get dirty – like the meal planning pages)
- Printable Sticker Paper for the labels.
- A Beautiful Binder to keep you motivated (these are just a few suggestions!)
- Pens that write like a dream – because you’ll love to write in it.
To thank you for being a reader, we’re happy to offer you our printable personal planner, absolutely free. That’s 82 pages of mix & match goodness.
Get our free printable planner via the sign up form below!
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