I find it super difficult to keep all of those home tasks and feel less organized within a bound planner trying to keep track of where I wrote them, so I've decided to come up with a home planner for the rest of the year.
So I want to be in there every week and no better way to do that other than for meal planning. We received this really large six-and-a-half by four-inch notepad in the Quiet Meadow Classified Planner kit. I've torn several off and just punched a few of those pages and put them. The extra graph scraps on the left of the picture are from when I took apart the Quiet Meadow Standard Dori and trimmed a few pages to use in this setup. But I will say they are going to make very handy grocery lists.
Of the 6 sections of this home planner, this one is for house projects. I already have a few in mind but I thought if I added a due date and the approximate cost of each task, it will come to fruition with more than just elbow grease. A cluster of stickers at the top and the clear washi strips from the Quiet Meadow Planner Add-On Kit makes the perfect header.
I hope to remember those monthly cleaning items with a page all of its own. I have enough space to add another 6th month's worth and more things since the pages I used from the standard TN are the same generous size as the meal planning pages.
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Rachel, Creative Team Blog Coordinator