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Do you get overwhelmed with all the tasks you have to keep on top of? Forget appointments? Have a mountain of paper clutter with various to do lists, shopping lists and notes?
I used to think that keeping a journal or planner wasn’t necessary with my lifestyle. It wasn’t like I was attending lots of business meetings. A wall calendar and the occasional to do list on a scrap of paper was all I needed.
Or so I thought.
As my children got older and I took on other tasks I realised more and more that I needed to be more intentional in my planning.
When I started my bullet journal I immediately saw the benefits of writing everything down in the one place. I was more focused and less stressed.
Then I decided to try a life planner. That was a game changer! I have a structure to work from, and I get great planning ideas from someone else!
Now I am more organized, calmer and more productive. And I’m more focused, daily, on my purpose.
The Organized Life Planner, by Kayse Pratt from Intentional Moms, has everything you need to keep you organised and focused. And the 2018 version is available from today!
Top Reasons for getting the Organized Life Planner
Gives direction and purpose to your personal life, home life, and (if appropriate) work life
The Organized Life Planner is designed by a mum, for mums – both stay-at-home and working.
The Planner includes monthly, weekly and daily planning sheets, with plenty of space for additional note-taking.
Not only can you keep track of your yearly goals, weekly priorities, and daily chores, but you can clearly see how these all link together. This helps you see the purpose of all that you are doing and helps you make progress. Great for motivation and productivity!
One of my favourite features of the Organized Life Planner is the monthly planner pages. This is a two-page spread divided into ‘Home Care’ and ‘Personal Growth’. You can plan to take care of yourself, and your home and see both plans together.
If this all sounds a bit exhausting, don’t worry – Kayse also includes a section for planning ‘Intentional Rest’ – rest is important too!
As Kayse says, the Organized Life Planner will ‘truly organize and simplify your life’.
Keeps everything in one place
The second reason why I love the Organized Life Planner is that it is so comprehensive. Everything you need to plan for is kept in the one place.
- Meal planning,
- shopping lists,
- habit trackers,
- goal setting,
- to do lists,
- project lists,
- chore charts,
All this, and more, can be kept in your planner. Need space for a brain dump, or party planning? There are plenty of note pages for anything you need to write down.
If you really want to get yourself and your home super organized, then you can purchase the Organized Life Bundle – The Organized Life Planner and the Organized Life Binder for $30.
Kayse’s motto for the planner is ‘get everything down on paper so you can actually clear your head and make time for what matters most’
Make it suit your needs
The third reason I love the Organized Life Planner? You can customize it to suit your own needs.
You can choose from dated or undated; different sizes and different cover designs.
When purchasing your planner you can choose whether you want to get a pre-printed version sent to you, or download the digital version and print it yourself.
By printing it yourself not only do you save money, but you get to customise the planner the way you want. You can arrange it the way you like and print off extra pages.
You can also make your planner even more functional by purchasing extra customizable packs ($5 extra) for homeschool, fitness, finances, blogging, bible study, working mom, and family memories. Keep these as separate planners or add them into your Organized Life Planner.
So, what do you think of the Organized Life Planner?
I’d love to know what your favourite feature of the Organized Life Planner is. And any great tips you have for keeping a planner.