2015 Planner is Here!

After many months of planning, rebinding, changes and edits, I am SO excited to bring you the latest in my shop collection, designed specifically with intentional day planning in mind. This is not meant to be just a planner. It is designed to help you simplify your life and days to ensure that you have your 2015 planner set up in a way that provides for intentional, purposeful living. You can read my full post on this topic here: Purposeful Planning.

Before we get to the actual planner, I really would like you to write down the 3 or 4 things that are your top priorities in life. Here are mine:

1.) Jesus

2.) My children

3.) My husband

4.) Helping Others

Go for it! Write yours down. It can be on a cocktail napkin, a post-it note, anything you have handy. Just write them down.

The 2015 PrettyPlanner has instructions baked right in to the introductory section of the planner to help you fill in just how to plan your days, weeks and months in 2015 to focus on those top 3 or 4 items. That’s right. It’s not just a planner loves, it’s a guide to help you focus your life on what matters to you. I realize some people are not looking for this as a part of their planner, so I’m offering the planner with and without these sheets, in both physical and digital varieties. In two sizes. I know, crazy! Here are the links to shop:

  • Physical, Letter Sized, Hardcopy Printable Planner Inserts, with Purposeful Planning Worksheets: here $25
  • Physical, Letter Sized, Hardcopy Printable Planner Inserts, without Purposeful Planning Worksheets: here $20
  • Physical, Junior Sized, Hardcopy Printable Planner Inserts, with Purposeful Planning Worksheets: here $25
  • Physical, Junior Sized, Hardcopy Printable Planner Inserts, without Purposeful Planning Worksheets: here $20
  • Digital, Letter Sized, Downloadable Printable Planner Inserts, with Purposeful Planning Worksheets: here $25
  • Digital, Letter Sized, Downloadable Printable Planner Inserts, without Purposeful Planning Worksheets: here $15
  • Digital, Junior Sized, Downloadable Printable Planner Inserts, with Purposeful Planning Worksheets: here $25
  • Digital, Junior Sized, Downloadable Printable Planner Inserts, without Purposeful Planning Worksheets: PreOrder $15

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This planner is a little piece of my heart. After searching tirelessly for the perfect, pretty planner, I was frustrated, unorganized and frazzled. As a new mama, I knew I needed to find a better way to get our lives organized, and creating the perfect, pretty planner became a mission of mine. The clean, simple design is one born out of hours and hours of design work to make days more easily managed.

Sections include:

– Cover page

– Introductory Message

– Name & Phone number page in case of loss

– Worksheets to help you intentionally, purposefully create your days with ease, putting the most important priorities first {or without, as mentioned above!}

– 5 sections each with a title page: calendar (12, 2 page monthly spreads, each with weekly spreads following the corresponding month), to do list, shopping list, notes & thoughts

Worksheets Only

And just a reminder, if you aren’t looking for a planner but are interested in the worksheets, they are available in my shop here:

  • Physical, Letter Sized, Hardcopy Worksheets: here $19.95
  • Digital, Letter Sized, Downloadable Worksheets: here $14.95
  • Physical, Junior Sized, Hardcopy Worksheets: here $19.95
  • Digital, Junior Sized, Downloadable Worksheets: here $14.95

 

2 replies
  1. Inna (IG @planner_joy)
    Inna (IG @planner_joy) says:

    Came to your blog by the beckon of @labelmeorganized over on Instagram.
    Quick question: why do you prioritize your children above your husband?
    Or is you list not in order of importance? Just wondering because other Christian
    blogs teach husband first, then children? Thank you!

    Reply
    • Wendy
      Wendy says:

      Well, for starters, the reason I have prioritized my list this way is because it is my list. Mine. I ordered it by considering both importance and degree of change needed. It is a personal choice.

      Reply

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