Household Printables for an Easier Back to School

My household printables are a life saver.  During the summers we get pretty laxed.  We go with the flow, we don’t make schedules and we just try and have fun.  Now that school is coming back into session our lives get busy.  We’ve got church, sports and school functions and it’s so hard to keep up.

Household Printables Collage


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One Year Christmas Planner Printable

A Christmas Planner Printable?  Christmas is over!  I know and I’m so thankful. It’s such a stressful time of year. From Oct on… I feel like I’m underwater!  I’m ashamed to say it’s been hard to celebrate.  I finally feel relieved when it’s 11:59 pm Christmas Eve.  That’s when my celebration begins.

I don’t want to feel this way.  I want to be able to enjoy the season.  So I started thinking of what I could do and realized I just need to get organized.  I created a 1 year Christmas Planner to help me remember things I needed to do, that I could do months ahead of time, to stay organized.  If you’ve been feeling the same way, then you’ll definitely want to pin, print or save this planner. [Read more…]

Weekly Activities Calendar – Free Printable

I love having a weekly activities calendar.  This makes my life so much easier so I can stay afloat with all of the overwhelming activities my kids are involved in.

Weekly Activities Calendar


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2015 Calendar – Free Printable

Our 2015 Calendar is ready for you to print.  I can’t believe how fast the year went.

2015 Calendar

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Free Menu Planner Printable

I created this Free Menu Planner Printable because menu planning is essential if you want to save money on groceries for the week.  One of main reasons people over spend on their groceries is because they head to the store at the last minute and pay full price for the meals they are craving to eat.

Free Menu Planner Printable - Full Color



By using these Free Menu Planner Printable in full color.  Or you can print this Free Menu Planner Printable in partial color (Ink Saver).   Not only will you be prepared by planning ahead you will save money and time as well.

When you begin planning your menu, start by looking in your freezer, fridge and pantry.  Then plan meals with the ingredients you already have on hand.

Then make a list and head to the store for the ingredients you need.   For significant savings be sure to check our series on stockpiling.  Where I’ll teach you how buying items when prices are at their lowest will save you in the months to come.

What tips do you have when you use your menu planner?




Setting Small Goals to Get Big Results – Plus Free Goal Meter Printable

Setting small goals.  This is so hard for me to do because I want results now.  I often forget how the small changes will make a difference in my life and I realized after talking to several people they do too.

Goal Meter

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