The Working Mom’s Daily Do’s Planner
Are you a planner user? Do you set up your planner based on the calendar year or on the school year? So many questions and so many planners to compare…
I was asked to use and review The Working Mom’s Daily Do’s 2015 Planner by WifeMotherTeacher.com and I have to say that I am enjoying setting it up. This planner runs on a calendar year and is geared towards keeping working moms on task and ahead of the planning game.
Each week is covered over a two page spread. One area of the page has your reminders to take your vitamins, do your Kegels exercises, drink enough water, and to eat your vegetables. The other area is for planning your meals, maintaining a list of your daily tasks, and a place to write down upcoming appointments or reminders.
The opposite page has tracking areas for your exercise reminders, shopping list for this week, an ongoing to do list, and a place for general notes.
Some of the extras that I appreciate in this planner are:
The dates are all filled in already. I do not like having to create my own calendar in a planner.
There is space to plan goals for the year.
All the major holidays are listed so I don’t have to remember them.
There are several note pages that allow room for me to jot things down and come back to later to schedule.
The planner also contains an area for household financial planning as well as worksheets to help you budget/save or just keep on top of expenses for the year.
And because the start of the next year’s planning is before the end of this year’s planner, there is an area to recap the current year and room to start making plans for the next.
The Working Mom’s Daily Do’s 2015 Planner can be purchased online and for a limited time we are offering a 10% discount off your purchases. Use the code word: ten at checkout to claim the savings.
Reduce your stress levels in 2015 by starting off the year on the right foot by being organized.
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