Disclaimer: I am not a doctor or any other medical provider. You should direct all your medical questions to a qualified medical provider.
Disclosure: This blog post includes affiliate links. I link to only items I have tried, love, and recommend. (I would never recommend anything I hadn’t tried and didn’t love.) If you click one these links and make a purchase, I will get a small commission, but you won’t pay a penny more. Thanks so much for supporting this blog!
If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to get healthier in 2018, I’ve got you covered: I’ll be offering daily challenges to help you improve your health over the next year. But first, you’ll need to get a full check-up.
Continue reading “Whole Life Challenges: Set an Appointment with Your Doctor.”
In the closing days of 2018, I’m posting 18 printables to help you organize your home and your life in the new year. So far, I’ve posted a no spend calendar, a net worth spreadsheet, a monthly bill pay checklist, a debt snowball worksheet, a debt snowball progress chart, a time management planner, and a Post-it day planner.
Today, I am providing a free weekly planner for those of you who use planners. Simply download it to your computer and print it.
Continue reading “18 Printables for 2018: Weekly Planner”
A few years ago, having far too many packs of 3M Post-it notes for the office I had closed, I decided to use them to keep track of the tasks I needed to do each day. I had previously used a new sheet of paper each day to keep of my various lists, and I decided that using a smaller Post-it or two each day seemed a little less harmful to the earth.
I found I needed several separate Post-its each week: one for a checklist of tasks I handled routinely each day, one for the day’s special tasks (such as special phone calls to make), one for tasks that needed to be completed for work, one to keep track of the tasks my husband was supposed to handle that I could not, and one for tasks that needed to be handled that week. I initially had these all sticking to a sheet of paper, but eventually decided to create a permanent day planner sheet for them, a sheet that I ultimately laminated. I have found this method as helpful as any other for keeping me on track during the day. I’ve stuck to this method for several years now. In fact, I frequently change the Post-it notes out just once a week now.
Continue reading “18 Printables for 2018: Post-it Day Planner”
My day got away from me in a hurry this morning.
At 7:30, my neighbor’s friend’s loud car woke me up. At 8:00 I received a call of bad news from my family in Florida. Then at 8:45, I received a spam text that I had an outstanding delinquent student loan balance. (I do not.) So I felt compelled to call the company and then posted about my experience as a warning to others on this blog’s Facebook page.
And by then, it was around 10:00. I was ultimately able to get back on track and have a productive day.
But do you ever have these days? Are many of your days like this?
Continue reading “18 Printables for 2018: Time Management Planner”
In the closing days of 2018, I’m posting 18 printables to help you get your life on track in 2018. So far, I’ve published a no spend calendar, a net worth spreadsheet, a bill pay checklist, and a debt snowball progress chart. Today, I’m giving you a debt snowball worksheet to help you do some calculations should getting out of debt be your goal in the new year and beyond.
Continue reading “18 Printables for 2018: Debt Snowball Worksheet”