This is the first time in a long time I have not had some kind of home management binder, but then again moving here to South America with only two suitcases and not all the baggage (I’m on a corny pun roll) you have with owning a house, it has been a nice change.
However, we are now settling down to our new home and finding new doctors for the Mr. and there are now things to start keeping up with in our new house as we get the swing of living here in Ecuador.
So I am excited about setting up my binder again. Today I’m sharing home management binder and free important dates printables because I want to slowly set back up my binder.
Too, not all of my printables have made their home to my main page for my home management binder (this is my sister site) that I have on New Bee Homeschooler so I wanted to be sure you got all of them that I have created so far.
I think I still prefer just a plain white notebook like I had back home in Texas and I have several color cover choices on the Home Management Binder page at the New Bee Homeschool site.
Free Home Management Binder Printables
This printable, which I loved and have been using didn’t make its way to the main home management binder page either.
The printable is an annual date and events page.
Don’t you find that the dates you need to remember for special occasions seems to grow longer each year? Maybe not every year but sometimes it needs to be updated.
Whether I need to buy gifts, plan for a party or just send a card, I like seeing the annual dates at a glance.
When creating this form, I fussed a little bit more over this form than usual.
I have shared dramatic stories of my blogger printables and curriculum planner about how I use them for several months before I release them, right? I do this because I do use my forms and I know if they don’t work for me then they may not work for you.
My original form didn’t have a line between the date and the event. It bothered me because it all seemed to run together.
I like this one much better because I have a place to write the day and then a slight separation before I write the event. The little things on forms means a lot to me.
Hope you like the form and I will be sharing my blog posts as I slowly set my home management binder back up.
Also, I love this quote today. It reminds me of how I still love to write things down and still love my lists.
“If you have a goal, write it down. If you do not write it down, you do not have a goal — you have a wish.”
Look at what else I use to stay organized when meal planning!
- 100 BEST Ideas to Organize Your Homeschool Area – Storage, Spaces, and Learning Places
- DIY Undated 12 Month Calendar | Organized Planner
- Homeschool Organization Motivation – 11 Gadgets To Get You Going
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This is my sister site (New Bee Homeschoolers).