It’s a new year and you’re probably feeling pretty excited about your goals. We’ve found that using tools like free printable planners and worksheets is a great way to stay on track when it come to being organized and productive. Check out our list on tons of freebies, from fitness to budgeting, that you can print at home and get working on in no time.
1. Free Printable Calendar
If you love style as much as being organized, this free printable calendar from ShortStopDesigns.com is for you. Designed with one month per page, and in beautiful colors, you can clip this neat and tidy printable calendar onto a clipboard or a binder. This calendar is so beautiful, it’ll probably MAKE you want to be organized!
Find this free printable and many more at ShortStopDesigns.com.
2. Budget Planner
What’s a new year without some careful budgeting? We all have goals we want to reach financially, whether it’s paying off debt, saving for a vacation or just moving beyond a lifestyle of paycheck to paycheck. This free printable from ShiningMom.com provides ample space to reflect on both short and long-term goals, and to plan for a year of financial success.
Find tons of additional free printables for a successful year at ShiningMom.com.
3. Fitness Planner
Health and wellness are an important part of making it through the year and usually top everyone’s lists when it comes to goal setting. Whether it’s to lose weight, drink more water or just make better food choices, research has shown that people are 42% more likely to achieve their goals when they write them down. This “health week at a glance” printable is the perfect way to start on the journey of meeting your fitness goals. You can track water intake, weight, steps and much more.
Download your copy for free at GoodStuffMama.com!
4. Daily Cleaning Checklist
When you’re entire house is a disaster, it’s hard to feel productive and at peace. There’s just something about a clean home that makes us feel right in the world. But starting with a home that looks like a tornado went through it is overwhelming. That’s why we love this daily cleaning checklist from HouseMixBlog.com, that breaks your cleaning zones into space and days of the week. When you don’t have time to clean your house from top to bottom in one day, use this printable to focus on one area a day. No overwhelm, and a clean house by the end of the week.
Download this printable for free at HouseMixBlog.com, and check out some amazing before and after pics too!
5. Menu Planner
Take a load off your week (or month) and plan dinner out waaay in advance with a free printable menu planner like this one from BakePlaySmile.com. Whether it’s spaghetti night every Tuesday or dinner out on Fridays, you’ll rest easier knowing dinner plans are in the books.
Snag this download for free at BakePlaySmile.com.
6. Shopping List
Grocery shopping as a mom isn’t always fun, and sometimes it’s a matter of getting in and out in as little time as possible. A tool like a grocery shopping list can help make your trip to the store more seamless. Simply print out, circle what you need and then hit the road. Print extra copies and keep on the fridge so family members can indicate what items are “out of stock” in the pantry and grocery shopping may even become enjoyable again!
Download this version or snag one that you can edit yourself at Fantabulosity.com.
7. Bill Pay List
Avoid missing payments on bills and start a plan to pay down debt with a basic bill pay checklist and monthly expense tracker. Keep track of monthly versus weekly payments, who pays what, and much more by keeping everything in a central location. You’re never more at peace then when all the bills are paid!
We’ve found some great free printables to help keep your bills in order over at PlannerLoveAndPrintables.com.
Getting rid of excess and junk is a great way to start off the new year, but it can be overwhelming to start. We love this simple decluttering worksheet by CleanMama.net that breaks the process of decluttering into one item per day. Anyone can manage the quick task of purging one area of your house, until you end up with a decluttered home at the end of the month!
Head to CleanMama.net to download this for free, and check out tons of other cleaning and organizational resources too!
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