FREE 2014 Confident Mom Weekly Household Planner

26
Dec
2013

FREE 2014 Confident Mom Weekly Household Planner

For those on my newsletter list (make sure you get signed up because you will be kept in the loop of all new products and also get a special discount code!), you already got the word about the 2014 Confident Mom Weekly Household Planner being available. I was thrilled with your response and excitement.  

For those who looked for the 2013 Confident Mom Weekly Household Planner mid-way through the year and didn’t find it for sale, I appreciate that you came back.

Ladies, this project was a labor of love on my part and I felt an obligation and a leading from The Lord to bring it back for you in 2014 – even better and more versatile. I was met with several significant obstacles with my 2013 planner and had some very difficult choices with regard to this product for 2014. After much prayer, legal counsel, advice, and a clear directing from the Lord, I knew the direction to go for 2014. It required a lot of time and work on my part to create a product that you would love and I know would help even more moms, and also – here is the most incredible part – I was to give it away for free.

So, if you haven’t already heard, the 2014 Confident Mom Weekly Household Planner is available in two different versions that are completely FREE! Yep, FREE! I am so excited to share this resource with you and the other moms who perhaps could not afford to purchase a planner to help them get their home under control.  

FREE Household Planner with Digitally Editable Fields

You can also digitally customize your Weekly Household Planner – plus receive TWO versions (both for free)! The “blank” version allows you to digitally add whatever daily tasks fit your household. The “suggested tasks” version (or as I like to call it, the “just tell me what to do” version!) has daily tasks already filled in for you, but you can still add, delete, and edit any of the tasks. It’s the best of both worlds!

As always I want to use your time wisely. This weekly planner breaks down household tasks into manageable daily and weekly bite size pieces, utilizing smaller increments of time to keep the tasks from becoming too large and overwhelming. Most of the items can be easily completed in 3 to 30 minutes, and you can select appropriate items to delegate to family members (after all, even with the household planner, you still can’t be “super mom”).

In addition, I’ve created the Weekly Household Planner Supplement to help you further organize your household!

If you need help keeping track of schedules and information in your home, you’ll want to be sure to check this out. It compliments the Weekly Household Planner and gives you a full family household binder. It includes all of last year’s worksheets, plus a new party planner worksheet, Bible bookmarks, and a grocery/menu planner. And ALL the worksheets now include digital fill-in forms making it easier for you to add all your information!

If you haven’t picked up your copy yet, hop over to the page to download your FREE copy now. If you are interested in the supplemental kit, you can grab both the FREE planner and the Supplemental kit for only $6 total. Print it out and then you will be set for 2014.

Planner Supplement

I normally print out my entire year at once on my home computer. I print it in color, because I like the added “pizazz” the color adds, even if it is a bit more cost for ink. But you can always print in black and white. I print it on my own home printer and then take the pages to Staples and have it spiral bound for about $4. The other printable forms in the Supplemental Kit can be contained in a 3 ring binder or used separately to create a thick spiral binder and add them into place with the Weekly Household Planner.

Watch the Confident Mom Weekly Household Planner Pinterest board for my new spiral bound version for 2014. I will post pictures and more pictures of the additional forms too. I just didn’t have time to do it all before Christmas!

Are you ready to get organized for 2014?

Weekly Household Quick Tip

18
Jun
2012


Tackling this task for Wednesday in the Weekly Household Planner:

Clean TV screens

Now, this task seems like it would be rather easy to accomplish, but in today’s age with so many different types of televisions it actually can get confusing.  Believe it or not, we still have “old fashioned” TV’s in our home, for the most part.  Big huge boxes with glass screens!  We did get a small flat screen for our treadmill, but otherwise we are still in the dark ages!

I found some great tips for cleaning TV screens over on a website called Techlore, so find yours in the list and take note.

Direct-View CRT TV  (the old fashioned model!)

Older direct view TV’s are typically best cleaned with simple glass cleaner and a paper towel, avoid harsh chemicals.   Spray your cleaner into a paper towel or soft cloth and wipe the front of the screen.  Never spray directly onto the screen as it could drip into cracks and damage your TV.  If your TV has an anti-glare coating or similar you will want to avoid glass cleaner and just use water. [Read more…]

Weekly Household Quick Tip

4
Jun
2012


Helping you tackling this task in the Weekly Household Planner:

Dust all upper floor blinds

Hopefully last week you managed to get the main floor blinds dusted.  This task seems to be one that is easily forgotten until the blinds are so thick with dust that it makes it a much more tedious task.  That is how it used to be at my house.  But once I began dusting on a regular basis it all got easier.

You have a few choices on how you can do the dusting – so pick your device!

Vacuum

You can vacuum blinds with a brush attachment, swiping the attachment across the slats, not up and down.  This obviously creates less dust floating around with the hopes that your vacuum will suck a good portion of it up. [Read more…]