eBook


Purchase Planner Perfect's, eBook, A Fresh Idea on Organizing Your Life, and learn everything you'll need to know on how to be become masters at managing your home, become more organized than ever before, and you'll learn how to use the Planner Perfect, planner, to the fullest. This eBook on getting organized is for all mothers no matter what season in life. Every woman can benefit from this book!

The best part? 

I teach you how to create your very own life planner!

Here is one of my reviews of the Planner Perfect eBook:

If you are anything like me, life works out much better when it is scripted. “Then the LORD answered me and said: ‘Write the vision and make it plain on tablets, that he may run who reads it’.” (Habakkuk 2:20) I have found this scripture to be of great importance; reminding me to prayerfully write things down rather than trying to remember everything on my own. Because of the importance of staying organized as a stay-at-home homeschooling mother, using planners has been a wonderful and necessary tool in my life.

Does this describe you? If so, then I have the perfect resource to recommend you!
Recently I had the honor to review the eBook, Planner Perfect: A Fresh Idea on Organizing Your Life by Jenny Penton. The Planner Perfect is unlike any planner that I have ever used in the past. It is truly a breath of fresh air that I know will help me out with planning many wonderful thins to come in the new year. It is well written, well organized, keeps God at the center of your planning, and very simple to understand. The beautiful thing about Jenny’s eBook is that it teaches you how to become a master life planner, taking control of your own scheduling, rather than being held captive by your schedule.

The story behind the concept is absolutely heartwarming. Jenny has fashioned the planner around the influence of her precious Proverbs 31 mother and the example she modeled while Jenny was growing up. Rather than the typical “task manager” planning, the Planner Perfect is a place where you create your life and can dream up new things birthed in freedom, rather than being tied down by an impossible to-do-list.

One of my favorite things about the Planner Perfect approach to goal setting is the simple fact that it is more about dreaming and living life than about the legalistic aspect of making lists to “check” off. While lists do serve their purpose, the Planner Perfect gives you a whole new understanding about the importance of not overbooking yourself and family. This new “mindset” will help anyone who has been giving their calendar too much control in their life plans.

Some of the many wonderful topics this fabulous eBook covers are:
  • creating a space of your own
  • secrets to why we can’t stay organized
  • the role of your calendar
  • daily and monthly pages
  • organizing and exploring your strengths and talents
  • organizing your wardrobe
  • party planning
  • vacations
  • emotional and physical health
  • keeping your home clean
  • meal planning
  • holiday’s and special occasions
  • aspiring for more
I would highly recommend purchasing this eBook if you want a fresh and exciting new start to your life planning. I love the way Jenny teaches us to become the master of our own life planning accompanied with living life, accomplishing goals, creating and accomplishing dreams, and above all else; living a life pleasing to God.


Carlie has been blissfully married to the love of her life, Michael, since June of 2000. She has been a stay-at-home homeschoolin’ mama to their 3 children since 2001. Carlie currently resides with her family in Germany courtesy of the US Army. You can read about her homeschooling adventures and Christian faith at her blog: So You Call Yourself A Homeschooler?

Here's more highlights and what others are saying about Jenny Penton's book:

Amazon Highlights for Planner Perfect, A Fresh Idea On Organizing Your Life.

Purchase now on Amazon Kindle for $4.99!

Don't have a Kindle? Information for downloading your kindle for free, here.

10 comments:

  1. This was the most life-changing book I have ever read after the Bible! It puts me in the mind of the difference between religion and failure (my current system of tasks and lists) and grace (FREEDOM! and success). It set me free to plan according to how I naturally think!! Thank you! Tiffonie

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  2. Hi Jenny,

    You are my role model. I take my hat off to you because you have lots of kids and a really busy home but you always look so well together on your videos and you still have time for your business and to bake! I sit here in awe. If I want to get some baking done then other things don't get done. You're an inspiration!

    I bought your ebook and made up my own planner with your instructions. Unfortunately, it would just work out too expensive to ship to the UK otherwise I would have bought your planner in a heartbeat!!!

    My question is how do I keep using my planner? I start out using it on a monday when I remember and then it gets to Saturday and I haven't been able to get anything done and I remember my planner and go back to it... I just feel if I could use it consistently I would get so much more done. How do you use your planner consistently? Or train yourself to use it? Or remember to use it?

    And also, how do you get everything done that you need to get done in a day? I find I have so much to get done (she says with only 1 kid!) and I never complete it all. How do you do it? I'd love to hear how you accomplish it all.

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  3. Hello!

    Your comments are too kind. Thank you.
    I would like to preface that I am like all mothers and have days where nothing gets done at all and I'm in my pajamas with no make-up on. So it happens, believe me!:)I just switch gears and plan to make-up on lost time in my planner...

    Try these tips...To stay inspired in your planner you need to plan for at least a week in advance. Once you start working out and scripting each and every day, in full detail, you will start to feel the inspiration and liberation. You'll be in control and feel it! If you planned for a particular day to be your baking day, you should have that in your planner. I usually do a baking/laundry day; it's a cozy day when I do this. Warm bread coming out of the oven and fresh clothes being folded. Plan to do nothing else "big" but maybe your child doing their daily chores you making your meals, and you've got an action plan to be proud of and should work for you week after week.

    Remember to not set yourself up for failure and put a gazillion things to do on one day. Have fun looking through each day of your week, speckling things that need to be done (watch the video of mine, First Things, First) and be realistic. You have plenty of time to get it done, with an action plan.

    Don't forget your monthly dreaming and goals for you and your family, too. What do you want to aim for, what are your health goals, what do you want to learn new, and much, much, more. This kind of love for your planner is what keeps you in it and you'll be lured to it all day and week long, adding to it and dreaming of more things to accomplish.

    My biggest tip is to plan further out, after all, that what being a life planner is all about, and this will keep you in your planner, following your own script for your life and the forever love of dreaming and planning more and more. The results will be amazing and you'll feel inspired and free...

    Try this out for a week or two and let me know!

    As always, let me know how things are going and how else I can help!

    Hugs,
    Jenny

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  4. I think these are great, and I would love to buy one! I have an eight-year-old son who has ADD and something like this would be great for him to organize his thoughts, his homework, things he needs to do, etc. Is there one for boys? Is the owl design neutral enough to give to him?

    ReplyDelete
  5. Hi!
    you know...I don't have one for boys and this owl one is definitely girly. I will have to think about boys, too, and have one designed just for them:)

    And in the meantime, if you haven't gotten my eBook, it explains how to create your own Planner Perfect, so maybe you can create a smaller one for him to get his thoughts and goals written down for himself all in one place.

    Hugs!
    Jenny

    ReplyDelete
  6. Why do I have to pay for Shipping and handling when it's an ebook? Am I missing something?

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    Replies
    1. Oh, nevermind! I was looking at the wrong thing. :-P

      Delete
  7. hi Im trying to click the link to purchase the pdf download but it isn't working.

    ReplyDelete
  8. I am working on if and will get back to you shortly. Thank you for your patience!

    ReplyDelete

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

eBook


Purchase Planner Perfect's, eBook, A Fresh Idea on Organizing Your Life, and learn everything you'll need to know on how to be become masters at managing your home, become more organized than ever before, and you'll learn how to use the Planner Perfect, planner, to the fullest. This eBook on getting organized is for all mothers no matter what season in life. Every woman can benefit from this book!

The best part? 

I teach you how to create your very own life planner!

Here is one of my reviews of the Planner Perfect eBook:

If you are anything like me, life works out much better when it is scripted. “Then the LORD answered me and said: ‘Write the vision and make it plain on tablets, that he may run who reads it’.” (Habakkuk 2:20) I have found this scripture to be of great importance; reminding me to prayerfully write things down rather than trying to remember everything on my own. Because of the importance of staying organized as a stay-at-home homeschooling mother, using planners has been a wonderful and necessary tool in my life.

Does this describe you? If so, then I have the perfect resource to recommend you!
Recently I had the honor to review the eBook, Planner Perfect: A Fresh Idea on Organizing Your Life by Jenny Penton. The Planner Perfect is unlike any planner that I have ever used in the past. It is truly a breath of fresh air that I know will help me out with planning many wonderful thins to come in the new year. It is well written, well organized, keeps God at the center of your planning, and very simple to understand. The beautiful thing about Jenny’s eBook is that it teaches you how to become a master life planner, taking control of your own scheduling, rather than being held captive by your schedule.

The story behind the concept is absolutely heartwarming. Jenny has fashioned the planner around the influence of her precious Proverbs 31 mother and the example she modeled while Jenny was growing up. Rather than the typical “task manager” planning, the Planner Perfect is a place where you create your life and can dream up new things birthed in freedom, rather than being tied down by an impossible to-do-list.

One of my favorite things about the Planner Perfect approach to goal setting is the simple fact that it is more about dreaming and living life than about the legalistic aspect of making lists to “check” off. While lists do serve their purpose, the Planner Perfect gives you a whole new understanding about the importance of not overbooking yourself and family. This new “mindset” will help anyone who has been giving their calendar too much control in their life plans.

Some of the many wonderful topics this fabulous eBook covers are:
  • creating a space of your own
  • secrets to why we can’t stay organized
  • the role of your calendar
  • daily and monthly pages
  • organizing and exploring your strengths and talents
  • organizing your wardrobe
  • party planning
  • vacations
  • emotional and physical health
  • keeping your home clean
  • meal planning
  • holiday’s and special occasions
  • aspiring for more
I would highly recommend purchasing this eBook if you want a fresh and exciting new start to your life planning. I love the way Jenny teaches us to become the master of our own life planning accompanied with living life, accomplishing goals, creating and accomplishing dreams, and above all else; living a life pleasing to God.


Carlie has been blissfully married to the love of her life, Michael, since June of 2000. She has been a stay-at-home homeschoolin’ mama to their 3 children since 2001. Carlie currently resides with her family in Germany courtesy of the US Army. You can read about her homeschooling adventures and Christian faith at her blog: So You Call Yourself A Homeschooler?

Here's more highlights and what others are saying about Jenny Penton's book:

Amazon Highlights for Planner Perfect, A Fresh Idea On Organizing Your Life.

Purchase now on Amazon Kindle for $4.99!

Don't have a Kindle? Information for downloading your kindle for free, here.

10 comments:

  1. This was the most life-changing book I have ever read after the Bible! It puts me in the mind of the difference between religion and failure (my current system of tasks and lists) and grace (FREEDOM! and success). It set me free to plan according to how I naturally think!! Thank you! Tiffonie

    ReplyDelete
  2. Hi Jenny,

    You are my role model. I take my hat off to you because you have lots of kids and a really busy home but you always look so well together on your videos and you still have time for your business and to bake! I sit here in awe. If I want to get some baking done then other things don't get done. You're an inspiration!

    I bought your ebook and made up my own planner with your instructions. Unfortunately, it would just work out too expensive to ship to the UK otherwise I would have bought your planner in a heartbeat!!!

    My question is how do I keep using my planner? I start out using it on a monday when I remember and then it gets to Saturday and I haven't been able to get anything done and I remember my planner and go back to it... I just feel if I could use it consistently I would get so much more done. How do you use your planner consistently? Or train yourself to use it? Or remember to use it?

    And also, how do you get everything done that you need to get done in a day? I find I have so much to get done (she says with only 1 kid!) and I never complete it all. How do you do it? I'd love to hear how you accomplish it all.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Hello!

    Your comments are too kind. Thank you.
    I would like to preface that I am like all mothers and have days where nothing gets done at all and I'm in my pajamas with no make-up on. So it happens, believe me!:)I just switch gears and plan to make-up on lost time in my planner...

    Try these tips...To stay inspired in your planner you need to plan for at least a week in advance. Once you start working out and scripting each and every day, in full detail, you will start to feel the inspiration and liberation. You'll be in control and feel it! If you planned for a particular day to be your baking day, you should have that in your planner. I usually do a baking/laundry day; it's a cozy day when I do this. Warm bread coming out of the oven and fresh clothes being folded. Plan to do nothing else "big" but maybe your child doing their daily chores you making your meals, and you've got an action plan to be proud of and should work for you week after week.

    Remember to not set yourself up for failure and put a gazillion things to do on one day. Have fun looking through each day of your week, speckling things that need to be done (watch the video of mine, First Things, First) and be realistic. You have plenty of time to get it done, with an action plan.

    Don't forget your monthly dreaming and goals for you and your family, too. What do you want to aim for, what are your health goals, what do you want to learn new, and much, much, more. This kind of love for your planner is what keeps you in it and you'll be lured to it all day and week long, adding to it and dreaming of more things to accomplish.

    My biggest tip is to plan further out, after all, that what being a life planner is all about, and this will keep you in your planner, following your own script for your life and the forever love of dreaming and planning more and more. The results will be amazing and you'll feel inspired and free...

    Try this out for a week or two and let me know!

    As always, let me know how things are going and how else I can help!

    Hugs,
    Jenny

    ReplyDelete
  4. I think these are great, and I would love to buy one! I have an eight-year-old son who has ADD and something like this would be great for him to organize his thoughts, his homework, things he needs to do, etc. Is there one for boys? Is the owl design neutral enough to give to him?

    ReplyDelete
  5. Hi!
    you know...I don't have one for boys and this owl one is definitely girly. I will have to think about boys, too, and have one designed just for them:)

    And in the meantime, if you haven't gotten my eBook, it explains how to create your own Planner Perfect, so maybe you can create a smaller one for him to get his thoughts and goals written down for himself all in one place.

    Hugs!
    Jenny

    ReplyDelete
  6. Why do I have to pay for Shipping and handling when it's an ebook? Am I missing something?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Oh, nevermind! I was looking at the wrong thing. :-P

      Delete
  7. hi Im trying to click the link to purchase the pdf download but it isn't working.

    ReplyDelete
  8. I am working on if and will get back to you shortly. Thank you for your patience!

    ReplyDelete

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