Are you tired of being unorganized? Have you tried to keep a schedule for yourself but can’t seem to stick to it?
I totally get it because I’ve been there myself. Especially when it comes to keeping up with my mama duties, work at home projects, and keeping the house in order.
It all can just feel so overwhelming at times and that is why I created a FREE Prioritize Your Life Daily Planner Printable!
Another reason I decided to create this planner: I didn’t find anything that I really liked for daily scheduling.
There are tons of planners out there for weekly and monthly tasks but not as many for daily tasks.
Since I started using my Prioritize Your Life Daily Planner, I have been able to schedule my days accordingly and it has really help keep me in order.
Which is surprising for me because I’m really not the “write everything down daily” type!
But my hubby is amazing with scheduling and organization, which has also motivated me to get my mama/wife life in order.
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How to Use the Planner:
My main focus while creating this free planner was simplicity. And I think I accomplished my goal!
For all of my early birds, the 1st time slot starts at 5:00 a.m. And for all of my night owls, the last time slot ends at 10:00 p.m.
You also have an area at the bottom to write 3 priority tasks for the day. There are several ways you can use a daily planner printable.
Here are a few examples:
- If you have a hard time remembering events
- If you’re starting a new routine or schedule
- If you want to stay structured
- If you want to commit to certain tasks
I personally love to use my Prioritize Your Life Daily Planner Printable with a weekly and monthly planner.
One of my favorite weekly/monthly planners is Amy Knapp’s Family Organizer. I started using her planner last year alongside my daily planner, and it really made a difference for scheduling.
She now has a new 2019 family organizer!
Another planner (that is on my list to get this year) that has weekly and monthly scheduling and would pair well with a daily planner printable, is momAgenda.
MomAgenda has planners, journals, notebooks, memory books, and so much more!
To save on paper, you can print front to back or laminate your daily planner printable.
You can use Self-Adhesive Laminating Sheets or a Thermal Laminator Machine. The self-adhesive laminating sheets are great if you want to laminate your planner quickly but it isn’t as effective as the thermal laminator machine.
The thermal laminator machine gives a better overall seal and longevity to the item being sealed. They both will get the job done just fine but long-term, I would stick with the laminator machine.
They are mini square magnets that will stick to your paper and allow you to hang your daily planner printable almost anywhere.
The refrigerator clips are pretty awesome because they are stainless steal and will stay on many metal surfaces.
- 7 daily planners for each day of the week
- 7 different planner colors
- Resource for weekly & monthly planner