My Household Notebook: 2013 Version

I shared with you sometime ago that I made a Household Notebook.  I found throughout the year that some sections I utilized better than others, so this year, when it was time for a new one, I revamped it a little.  I took things out that I wasn’t using, like the daily task sheet.  As much as I love the idea, I just am not disciplined enough to stick to such an orderly daily routine.

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I used the monthly budget sheets from the Household Planner, so those made the cut.

I used up all the grocery checklists (from SimpleMom), so those were put back in.

I found these great blank calendar pages that I used in my garden section.

I made monthly and weekly checklists that go along with my 2013 Goals.

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They are geared specifically to fit with my goals, but you are welcome to use them if you like (click on each, and right click for option to save):

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I also used this plain graph paper for my garden planning, and a worksheet to keep track of seeds & produce:

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Graph Paper

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Last but not least, I included a copy of this book study for 1000 Gifts by Ann Voskamp, because I am using it in a group study this semester.

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All in all, I’m quite happy with my little notebook, and feel like it will be a great tool to help me keep on track in my plans to DEVELOP this year.

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A Christian wife, mother, daughter, former educator, photographer, amateur chef, pretend gardener, alto 🎶, book nerd, cancer-survivor and laundry-hater.

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