My 2015 Planner: Passion Planner + Free Printables
I enjoyed my 2014 Everything is Possible Planner, but this year I chose to use the Passion Planner plus a few delightful printables. I love using planners because a) they help me organize my life, b) they are the solution to my forgetfulness issues, and c) they are simply enjoyable to write on.
Late last year, somebody shared the Passion Planner link on Facebook. I received a pdf version for free for also sharing the link on Facebook and Twitter.
The Passion Planner by Angela Trinidad is an all-in-one weekly appointment calendar, journal, goal setting guide, to-do list, and gratitude log integrated in one planner. What I love about this planner is that I get to schedule and view my activities for a week, plus jot down all my priorities, tasks, and errands.
I get tempted each time I search for printables in Pinterest, so even if I can write just about everything in my Passion Planner, I still add pages for menu planning, homeschooling, etc.
The Passion Planner already includes a yearly calendar, but I fell in love with this 2015 Yearly Calendar from hello, cuteness!
I’m using this Birthdays & Anniversaries page from Polkadot Prints to remember.. well, my family and friends’ birthdays and anniversaries!
This Get Fit Goals printable from Design Finch is a 3-month fitness plan. What I liked about this is that I can set a daily fitness routine, then fill out the checklist on the right side of the page to track my progress. I also liked the idea that I’ll only be needing one paper for 3 months, as opposed to having 6 pages for a weekly schedule.
hello, cuteness! Tidy Home Cleaning Schedule printable helps me with keeping our home neat and tidy. I printed an extra copy for our yaya, which she posted on the refrigerator door.
I also found this Monthly Date Night by Miss Tiina on Pinterest, and I can’t help but add it to my planner. With this, I can make sure that hubby and I are going to have some quality time AT LEAST once a month.
This, my dearies, is one of the important pages in my planner. The Daily Expense Tracker from Pinch a Little, Save a Lot allows me to track our expenses (cash or credit) and our ‘Needs’ and ‘Wants’.
When hubby and I got married, almost all our furniture and appliances were borrowed from my parents. It was just late last year that we returned them, so this year has been the start of my home decorating challenge. After I’ve decided on a particular color palette for the house, I started jotting down major and minor home projects in my Our Family Home Projects checklist by IHeart Organizing.
My Current Projects printable is also from Miss Tiina. Compared to our home projects, this one’s for my personal little projects and DIYs.
A month-at-a-glance Menu Planner from No Ordinary Moments helps me plan our meals ahead.
This special Weekday Meal Planner from hello, cuteness! is for my eldest and for my husband. I plan their baon per week.
I also list down our Recipe Favorites (my husband’s favorites actually) so we can have at least one fave dish per week. Recipe Favorites freebie from Sherbert Cafe.
Of course, I also have a planner for my blog. I only print the monthly Blog Planner and the notes page from The SITS Girls. I use this to map out ideas for my blog.
It’s important to maintain my blog so I downloaded this Blog Maintenance checklist from The SITS Girls.
Having kids made me interested about parties and stuff. Here’s my favorite party planner, The Perfect Party Planner by Studio 5 with Brooke Walker. It’s adorable and it’s got everything covered, from theme to party favors.
These Ideas + Inspiration pages from The Handmade Home are just extras just in case I get inspired to do a particular project.
My eldest went through homeschooling for a year before we enrolled him to a regular school, and my youngest is soon to follow suit. I’m glad that I found this Weekly Homeschool Planner by One Fun Mom so I can schedule their activities and lessons.
I turned this grid Checklist by Miss Tiina as an Activity Checklist for the kids. I write all possible learning activities and track their frequencies.
As a reading advocate, I let my children read at least one book per day. This 20 for 20 Family Reading Challenge by Scholastic is a helpful tool to foster a lifelong love for reading.
Here comes the boring yet important part of my planner. All our medical info goes in here — Medical & Doctors printables by Fine and Dandy Paperie.
My children’s medical history & immunization charts are recorded in their baby books, but I transferred the doctor visits info so I can easily keep track of their history in a detailed manner. Doctor Visits printable by DIY Home Sweet Home.
I keep all my contacts in this Address Book by Eliza Ellis. You can choose from green, blue, purple, and peach.
My Password Cheat Sheet by Just a Girl and her Blog keeps all my passwords and accounts.
So there. I’ve just shared with you how I compiled my DIY 2015 planner. What planner are you using right now? 🙂