Monday, July 30, 2012

Mommy’s new planner

Due to an accident on the freeway, and dead-stop traffic, my husband and I found refuge after our date night dinner at a nearby Target. We figured about an hour to wait it out. I told my husband “Me, Target, and hour to wander without kids—this could be dangerous.” I vowed NOT to buy any clothes. Instead we got a lock, laundry bag, square cake pan, spoons, spray bottle, face wash, and travel size toiletries. So random. Then I came upon journal and notebooks aisle. SUCKER! Who says new school supplies have to be for just the kids? I found, for moi, an awesome planner and I wanted to share because it is perfect for moms!

1. Small enough to fit in your purse, yet not get lost in that bottomless pit we carry everywhere.

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2. Pretty and pink design.


3. Various calendar layouts


3. Monthly task overviews


4. My favorite part—the weeks/days are list format. Perfect for this momma. My days consist of a list of things I need to get done rather then timed appointments or an hourly schedule. Love it!


5. Essential Info sections


5. Helpful organizational/planning sections.


6. A section for your toddler to draw on, or possibly some notes.


I am excited to start using this. Let the daily lists begin!

See more at Blue Sky online. This was not a sponsored post. I just really like calendars, planners, and notebooks :)

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Heather said...

I have always loved planners. I love writing stuff down and keeping track of things. I'm a "To Do" list kinda person - I've got one on the fridge AND on my iPad.

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