Get Organised in 2015 – Homemaker’s Daily Planner Giveaway!

How does the thought of being organised in every area of your life during 2015 sound to you?

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It’s not everyday that I, as a homemaker, come across a tool so helpful and so practical, that I literally can hardly wait to share it with you!

I have been using Sue Hooley’s Daily Planner for the better part of 2014, and I honestly can’t ever see myself living without one of these again.

First of all, the layout and pictures are so beautiful and feminine, filled with encouraging quotes, and a verse from the book of Proverbs to ponder on for every week. Such a precious touch!

Beautiful Characteristics of the 2015 Daily Planner

The planner is divided beautifully into a number of handy sections, each having a stick-out tab of its own so they can be easily turned to.

The first section is a yearly calendar – with an extra page to write in annual events to remember.

The monthly section lays out each month in full form, so that you can easily glance at what will be happening over the next several months. I always joke that with each baby I lose 25% of my memory, and since I’m expecting my 5th, you can do the math and imagine how often I’ve referred back to this tangible reminder of what’s coming up! :-)

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The weekly section is the one that you will use most often. Each week starts out with a ‘Tasks for this week” space, which you can use to jot down tasks that need to be done such as phone calls, appointments to schedule, etc. This space is usually filled out fast as I empty out my brain and see the things that would have otherwise cluttered my thoughts, in black on white on the page. A lifesaver!

The weekly section also lays out plenty of room to write down everything that is happening each day, and even includes place to write your planned menu!

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Next are the Tasks list pages which are untitled, allowing you the freedom to create monthly, bi-monthly or seasonal lists.

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The Projects section are for occasions that need more space for writing. If you are planning a party or a family gathering, for example, you will be able to keep that information in your planner and have it handy for quick reference. Super helpful!

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There is a section for phone numbers and addresses needed temporarily, to save the time of looking up the phone number again.

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And last but certainly not least, the empty shopping lists space at the end of the planner enable you to simply tear them out on the perforated lines as you run into town to do your groceries.

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With a myriad of extras to make this planner even more user-friendly, this will likely be the best planner you have had so far…

Get Organised in 2015 – Homemaker’s Daily Planner Giveaway!

Sue Hooley, the genius developer of this planner, couldn’t have put it better when she says, “It will be a friend that helps you remember and you will be rewarded with a feeling of satisfaction when even the simplest jobs have been completed.” I have found her words to ring true!

I am delighted to be offering one of Women Abiding’s beloved readers the chance to win one of these invaluable Daily Planners for 2015!

Simply pop in your email below and you’ll receive 10 entries into the draw PLUS a FREE eBook for Moms as a bonus gift to you!

 

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Purchase as a gift for yourself and a friend :-)

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