It’s no secret that women have crazy lives. We’re constantly doing so much from cleaning, to picking up the kids from school, to cooking, and working. It’s hard to keep our lives organized. It seems like every day I forget to do something and when I lay my head down on my pillow at night my mind can’t stop thinking about everything that I need to do and get done. Having somewhere to write all of those things down so you can clear your mind and stay organized will not only help you sleep better at night, but allow you to get everything done. It can be hard finding the perfect daily planner in stores (and let’s be honest, the ones we really want are ridiculously expensive!), but there are so many great options you can find online that will fit your needs. Here are 8 fabulous options that are free.
1. Daily Docket
I love how colorful, and interesting this daily planner is. For me, it’s so much more fun to look at this paper than just a plain white piece of paper. There’s room for to-do lists, water intake, meal plans, appointments, exercise, and things to remember. Basically it’s all that you need in one piece of paper.
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2. This Day Shall Rock
If you prefer a more simplistic approach to planning your day, this daily planner will be great for you. It’s not very structured, but still has plenty of room for you to pan and schedule your day and everything that you need to get done.
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3. Your Daily Schedule
This daily schedule has a place for every hour of your day in case you have a lot going on and can’t remember everywhere you need to be and at what time. It also has room for things you need to do, people you need to contact, and an area for other notes that you may need to write.
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4. Rock This Day
Who doesn’t want to rock their day? The title alone on this planner will make you want to get all your errands done. You’ll have room for to-do lists, things that MUST get done that day, calls to make, what you’re making for each meal, water intake, and other things to remember. The color blocking makes this easy to look at and simple to read which will help you stay organized.
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5. Get It Done
I love that this planner page is blocked off in different boxes and not so structured by time, but by the importance of things and the time of day that they need to be done, not necessarily the exact time to do something. The boxes make it easy to look at and read and will make it simple for you to cross things off your list.
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6. Plan My Day
I love that this planner page has a special place for “gratitude” where you can write what you are thankful for that day. It’s so important to pay attention to things that we are blessed with and thankful for every single day. I also love that you can rate yourself on your performance during that day and write what lessons you have learned.
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7. Ok, Let’s Do This
The color blocking makes this planner look so simple, but so fun at the same time. The colors and chevron design make it exciting to look at and actually make you want to look at your planner instead of avoiding it. I love that there is a quote about planning your time at the top so that it motivates you to be diligent at making plans and getting them done.
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8. Daily To Do List
I love all the colors on this planner. There’s lots of room to write things that absolutely must get done, to-do lists, who you need to call, things you need to do in the morning and during the day, how much water you’ve drank and what you’re thankful for. It’s so nice that there are little boxes next to each line for you to check off each item as you go throughout the day.
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