The Homemaker's Daily Planner {Review}

It's been awhile since I've had a review on here, but considering we have a new year just around the corner, I wanted to let you know about this great planner I found called The Homemaker's Daily Planner.  

Sue Hooley, a mom of six children ages 5-21, designed her first planner after several years of motherhood and homemaking. With the unpredictable schedule of a homemaker in mind, Sue thoughtfully came up with a planner that isn't regimented by hourly time slots. 

The Homemaker's Planner has mini calendars for at a glance dates, monthly calendars and my personal favorite, weekly calendars. There is also a designated section for task lists, projects and events, information and even perforated grocery lists.
This planner is a great idea for any homemaker whether single or married. Not only is it a tool to help you get your life organized, it inspires you along the way with wonderful quotations or passages of Scripture.

I have been using one of these planners for a several months now and find myself wondering why I didn't get one of these years ago! I never thought to get a planner for homemaking, but I'm sure glad I have one now.

Having something as simple as a beautiful planner designed just for a homemaker can be truly satisfying and helpful. It has been so wonderful having all of my to-do lists in one spot instead of on random scraps of paper. I am not a techy person so I do not have calendars or to-do lists on my phone. I prefer something I can write in and love the satisfaction of seeing projects crossed off.

Do yourself a headstart and get a 2022 planner before the craziness of the holidays come upon us. You'll be glad you took the time to get organized for the new year.

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