Planners Ready to Print

Planner Perfect is now available as a printable on Etsy!




What you get and what's new:

Three different, predated calendar designs from January 2014 ~ March 2015

New look for the Daily Page divider

New look for the Mission Statement and inside Front Cover insert

Front outside cover, large Daisy to slip into front sleeve of view binders

New Meal Planning, Weekly Cleaning & Homeschooling printable planning sheets

Planner Perfect's eBook, A Fresh Idea On Organizing Your Life, included with all, full-set planner purchases





The new chevron print using black and grey colors


 The new calendar for this year is in soft, seaside colors with a feminine font. Name of the month now scripted on the tabs. All calendars have cute flags at the top to dress up the days of the week


Black damask pattern is back with a bolder design. Beautiful!


Your Goal page is behind each calendar to prompt the following pages to be your goals for the month... 


Daily page has the daisy and is the divider for your daily agenda


Front cover page. Image shown using the Arc binder. One advantage of using the Arc binder system (found at Staples) is that your full-size planner will be as thick as large notebook. No bulk, easy to use, and totally worth it to plan your life. 


 New!! Planning sheets for your weekly cleaning, Meal planning and Homeschooling. They are invaluable to me and the perfect insert for the Planner Perfect planners!




Plan your meals for every day of the week with room at the bottom to write your plan for your Baking Day. On the right hand side, plan your breakfast, lunches and dinners, too. It even has a space to write the source for the recipe you're using for quick recipe look-up come dinner time. 

I can't tell you how much I love this sheet inserted in my planner at the beginning of each week. My grocery list follows on the next page where I simply tear out and go. The planned menu sheet stays in my planner to reference each week.

This sheet is wonderful to create an action plan for your cleaning each week. Needs can change each week so you can print a new sheet for each and keep by your Monday's Daily page , or you can use as a master cleaning chart for the week keeping this in your Goal section. This handy sheet lists the day of the week with room to write you cleaning plan with a cleaning supply need list on the right. Perfect!

I looove this so much, because this sheet is where I want to create fun learning activities and experiences throughout the week, so this sheet keeps me organized. I keep a fresh planning sheet right by my Monday Daily page to reference all week, with room to write craft ideas, experiments and field trip planning, plus room to write any supplies I might need to pick-up at the beginning of the week. Perfect as supplement for traditional homeschooling or unschooling moms.

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4 comments:

  1. Hi Jenny! I just had a question about the discbound notebook and the daily pages. I have struggled to find a binder that is big enough for the year, yet not massive in size. For the discbound notebook, do you just put a couple of months worth of daily pages at a time? Also, what do you do with the daily pages after you've used them? Do you throw them away or store them? Thank you so much!

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    1. Shandy, sorry i've not replied!! I missed this comment for some reason. I am in love with the discbound notebooks now and I can fit 12 months in easily. I also will wait a couple months after they've passed before pulling out to make for more room. I don't save anything unless I need to. Hope this helps! (I also should note I've bought the largest size discs to accommodate the planner perfect.)

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  2. Oh, Jenny! I just got an arc notebook! Recently I got into looking at some of the planning videos and had too much fun with that, but I do love the arc and think it is perfect for the PP. Are you able to punch the pages for orders? I realized after I grabbed some new inserts that I still had some undated pages left from you, and I wish I would have remembered that I did. After looking at them I realized how much I love those perfect pages...I am planning a review of planning systems in an upcoming post and will be sharing thoughts about yours. Love your new additions!

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    1. Hi Dawn! So glad to talk again; it's been awhile. I,too, have the Arc binder and absolutely love it! It slims down the planner and that I love! Unfortunately, I do not punch for the Arc or create any more planners. They are now on my Etsy shop which makes it easy and more affordable. If you've purchased the Arc then the arc punch is worth the investment. I use mine all the time to add my weekly menu, cleaning and homeschool pages as well as any other inserts I choose. Thank you for considering Planner Perfect when posting your favorite planning systems on your blog. Let me know how else I can help... I know you'll love the updated look and new planning pages of the Planner Perfect planners!

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leave a comment, I would love to hear from you!

Monday, April 14, 2014

Planners Ready to Print

Planner Perfect is now available as a printable on Etsy!




What you get and what's new:

Three different, predated calendar designs from January 2014 ~ March 2015

New look for the Daily Page divider

New look for the Mission Statement and inside Front Cover insert

Front outside cover, large Daisy to slip into front sleeve of view binders

New Meal Planning, Weekly Cleaning & Homeschooling printable planning sheets

Planner Perfect's eBook, A Fresh Idea On Organizing Your Life, included with all, full-set planner purchases





The new chevron print using black and grey colors


 The new calendar for this year is in soft, seaside colors with a feminine font. Name of the month now scripted on the tabs. All calendars have cute flags at the top to dress up the days of the week


Black damask pattern is back with a bolder design. Beautiful!


Your Goal page is behind each calendar to prompt the following pages to be your goals for the month... 


Daily page has the daisy and is the divider for your daily agenda


Front cover page. Image shown using the Arc binder. One advantage of using the Arc binder system (found at Staples) is that your full-size planner will be as thick as large notebook. No bulk, easy to use, and totally worth it to plan your life. 


 New!! Planning sheets for your weekly cleaning, Meal planning and Homeschooling. They are invaluable to me and the perfect insert for the Planner Perfect planners!




Plan your meals for every day of the week with room at the bottom to write your plan for your Baking Day. On the right hand side, plan your breakfast, lunches and dinners, too. It even has a space to write the source for the recipe you're using for quick recipe look-up come dinner time. 

I can't tell you how much I love this sheet inserted in my planner at the beginning of each week. My grocery list follows on the next page where I simply tear out and go. The planned menu sheet stays in my planner to reference each week.

This sheet is wonderful to create an action plan for your cleaning each week. Needs can change each week so you can print a new sheet for each and keep by your Monday's Daily page , or you can use as a master cleaning chart for the week keeping this in your Goal section. This handy sheet lists the day of the week with room to write you cleaning plan with a cleaning supply need list on the right. Perfect!

I looove this so much, because this sheet is where I want to create fun learning activities and experiences throughout the week, so this sheet keeps me organized. I keep a fresh planning sheet right by my Monday Daily page to reference all week, with room to write craft ideas, experiments and field trip planning, plus room to write any supplies I might need to pick-up at the beginning of the week. Perfect as supplement for traditional homeschooling or unschooling moms.

4 comments:

  1. Hi Jenny! I just had a question about the discbound notebook and the daily pages. I have struggled to find a binder that is big enough for the year, yet not massive in size. For the discbound notebook, do you just put a couple of months worth of daily pages at a time? Also, what do you do with the daily pages after you've used them? Do you throw them away or store them? Thank you so much!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Shandy, sorry i've not replied!! I missed this comment for some reason. I am in love with the discbound notebooks now and I can fit 12 months in easily. I also will wait a couple months after they've passed before pulling out to make for more room. I don't save anything unless I need to. Hope this helps! (I also should note I've bought the largest size discs to accommodate the planner perfect.)

      Delete
  2. Oh, Jenny! I just got an arc notebook! Recently I got into looking at some of the planning videos and had too much fun with that, but I do love the arc and think it is perfect for the PP. Are you able to punch the pages for orders? I realized after I grabbed some new inserts that I still had some undated pages left from you, and I wish I would have remembered that I did. After looking at them I realized how much I love those perfect pages...I am planning a review of planning systems in an upcoming post and will be sharing thoughts about yours. Love your new additions!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Hi Dawn! So glad to talk again; it's been awhile. I,too, have the Arc binder and absolutely love it! It slims down the planner and that I love! Unfortunately, I do not punch for the Arc or create any more planners. They are now on my Etsy shop which makes it easy and more affordable. If you've purchased the Arc then the arc punch is worth the investment. I use mine all the time to add my weekly menu, cleaning and homeschool pages as well as any other inserts I choose. Thank you for considering Planner Perfect when posting your favorite planning systems on your blog. Let me know how else I can help... I know you'll love the updated look and new planning pages of the Planner Perfect planners!

      Delete

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