It’s hard to believe that this year is almost over! On the bright side, a new year means new beginnings. While I’m writing this post, I wonder how many of you are like me who prefer to write everything on paper. There’s something about using paper. Whatever it is, I love it. Don’t get me wrong though, like many of you, I also benefit the ever-evolving technology. I use it to blog and do my work. 🙂 Here you can download the new version of Free Printables: 2018 Home Binder.
In my previous blog, I mentioned that I’m adding the Groceries List and Meals for the month in the 2018 Home Binder for efficiency. There are eleven pages in the Free Printables: 2018 Home Binder including the cover. My goal is to make this resource available to you, and I hope that whatever your goals are for 2018 you’ll achieve it with flying colors. There’ll be times when life feels like it’s being stirred up and just that things get disorganized and out of control. Life happens. The two most important things are: 1) look at the bright side of every situation, and 2) adjust your strategy to own your life again. Happy Organizing!
Home Binder Cover – Self-explanatory. 🙂
What Does My Day Look Like – There are five sections on this sheet: To Do List, Day Planner with time blocking format, 5 am- 10 pm, Health & Fitness, Bible Verse of the Day, and What inspires you today. This sheet I put on the fridge door. It serves as my guide for the day.
Groceries List – Taking a groceries list while shopping is the best way to control impulse buying and having a list ahead provides an opportunity to find deals and coupons for each item. This sheet will help you just that.
Meals for the month – The best way to cut expenses on food is planning meals for the month. When celebrating special occasions at home, it’s always helpful to set a budget.
Goals for the Week – Start with small and doable goals. “Success starts with a single step.” Having no goals for the week is like watching the week fly by with nothing accomplished.
Goals for the Year – Set four to five goals for the year. It’ll help you get excited every day to work toward checking off each item. Imagine in 12 months from now, a new you, an accomplished you whether it’s home and budget-related or health & fitness whatever it is set your eyes on the goals and work for it.
Doctor Visits – Keeping track of each family member Doctor visits is a must. You’ll thank yourself when you’re filling out new patient information, school records, and other documents. I don’t know about you but as much as I want to remember everything I simply can’t.
Medical Records – There are four sections on this sheet: medications, vaccinations, surgical procedures, and major illnesses. The purpose of this sheet is similar to the Doctor visits.
Password Cheat Sheet – How many times did you try to login to one or few of your accounts and you get the message “incorrect password”? Too many to count for me. Password Cheat Sheet is here to help stop wasting time to figure out or reset a password.
House Projects – This sheet is helpful in keeping track of the house projects. The four columns: room, task, deadline, and notes serve as a reminder of what’s done being for the year.
Vehicle Maintenance Log – Know your vehicle’s health information! Using this sheet, you’ll be able to fill out necessary information about your car. You’ll thank yourself later for doing it!
Paper vs. Digital, which do you use? Why? Please leave your comments below.