Printables

Yay! Free printables!

I will be adding new ones often, so keep an eye out for the newsletter to let you know when there’s more! Is there a printable you’d like but aren’t seeing here? Email me and I will add it to the requests to work on! I hope they work for you as well as they have for me when it comes to getting organized!

 

*Terms of use: Print as many of them as you’d like, however, please abide by my terms of use. These printables are for your personal use only, do not sell them. If you’d like to share them with your friends/family, as them to visit my blog by sharing it on social media.

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Kids Commision Chart. Set orientation to landscape in the print options.

Kids Commision Chart Printable
Scrap Giving Your Kids An Allowance! Pay Them A Commission Instead.

 

 

Goal setting worksheet and Habit Tracker from 3 Easy Tips To Succeed In Creating Healthy Habits. 8.5×11 size.

Free Monthly Habit Tracker Printable! Set those goals and achieve them!

Goal Setting Worksheet To Help You Achieve Your Healthy Habit Goals!

 

 

Weekly planner, 8.5×11. A years worth of pages, designed to be printed 1 month at a time & double sided. In print options select to print only specified pages, and type in the number for the month page you want and 13-23. For example, to print the month of May you would type in… 5, 13-23.

Why did I decide on a DIY Planner? I have always had the best intentions with planners. However, they always end up in what I call, the box of good intentions. Planners can be fantastic tools to keep us organized and to be able to access what we need quick. The problem is that a lot of them are one size fits all.

 

 

Weekly planner, time blocking style, 8.5×11. A years worth of pages, designed to be printed 1 month at a time & double sided. In print options select to print only specified pages, and type in the number for the month page you want and 13-23. For example, to print the month of May you would type in… 5, 13-23.

Why did I decide on a DIY Planner? I have always had the best intentions with planners. However, they always end up in what I call, the box of good intentions. Planners can be fantastic tools to keep us organized and to be able to access what we need quick. The problem is that a lot of them are one size fits all.

 

Half-page weekly planner, 5.5×8.5. One months worth of pages are in this file. It is designed to be printed as a booklet, front & back. Set orientaion to landscape in print options.

Why did I decide on a DIY Planner? I have always had the best intentions with planners. However, they always end up in what I call, the box of good intentions. Planners can be fantastic tools to keep us organized and to be able to access what we need quick. The problem is that a lot of them are one size fits all.