The Household Management Notebook is for those who plan to have an organized home.
Every part of your home needs some type of management so that everyone knows what's going on and so you know what is happening and what needs to be done.
A household notebook is really a family notebook with categories that span across all aspects of running your home. It is an easy and simple plan to get organized and with this tool under your belt, your home can be managed and under control!
The Complete Household Notebook is my household management notebook, filled to the brim with planner forms and organizational templates for you to use and print.
Inside the household notebook / planner, you will find daily and weekly printables, budget forms, meal planning forms, calendar pages, monthly goals and to do lists and much, much more. It consists of a set of E-books in different categories (for easy reference) combined into one!
Some homeschooling families may want to use this household notebook to manage all the family needs and then add an extra tab to your binder or notebook for your specific homeschool planner. If this is what you're planning to do, you'd probably want to view the Homeschool Planner DIY.
This is a snapshot of how to simply create your own household notebook and how it is divided.
Use any of the household management printables which you find in the ebook. Print out whatever you like and whatever makes sense for your family. Print off the covers and dividers you choose and either bind your new Household Notebook with a ring binder or use a three hole punch and place your pages into a file.
Store the printable pages behind the most relevant dividers and fill the planner with the details you don't want to lose or misplace.
Here are the sections you will have access to in the Complete Household Notebook:
Every organization planner needs calendar printable, so in the Complete Household Notebook package you will find a set of portrait calendar pages for 2020.
There's room for Notes, Goals and a To Do List.
If you love having one page to cover every single day of the year, you will love this daily planner template. It has room for you to add shopping items for the day, specific goals as well as a small calendar box on each page.
Some of you may just need a small amount of room to write in your weekly details - so in the Complete Household Notebook, there is a set of weekly planner printables for you!
However, I find it difficult to fit it in on one page and like to see it over a double page spread - so I have also created a weekly planner over 2 pages.
What do you need to do to organize and manage your home?
In this part of the Household Notebook, you have these lists:
The next divider can be a Family Divider. Behind this divider you may add pages:
All the meal planning templates from the Menu Planner Guide.
There are a number of Contact lists within the Phone Directory Planning Pages to help you get organized. You might have these all in your phone - but it's going to be a handy feature when there's a babysitter or when you need the number in the case of emergency!
The budget part of the household management notebook includes pages such as:
Of course as you organize your own household planner, you may choose different dividers and organize it in the best way possible.
Whatever you choose, these printables will help you to keep track of what need's doing and it can easily be assembled into a binder or notebook. Cost: $13.75US
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