Ready to get organized? Now’s your chance.
You want your day to be simple. Organized. Productive.
And yet…. Something always seems to get in the way. You missed an appointment. Were late to preschool dropoff. Forgot the laundry in the washer for two days.
Wouldn’t it be nice if your day (week, month, life) was more manageable?
Balancing motherhood doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Let’s take control! You can have clean floors, be on time to preschool, and remember the laundry!
Hi, I’m Alison, a former project manager turned stay-at-home-mom.
This planner has been a long time in the making. When I was working, I had my act together. And then…. My life fell apart when I became a mom. I was always writing to-do lists on Post-It notes, but then I would lose them, forget them, or worse, forget to even write something down in the first place.
After always forgetting everything… and being late… and feeling like I would never get it together… I created the Organized Motherhood Planner. It’s a place to store everything you need.
⇒Set goals (and achieve them), even if it’s just switching the laundry to the dryer once a day
⇒Remember every doctor’s appointment
⇒Manage your to-do list
⇒Track your good habits
⇒Record the funny, happy things from each day
Motherhood is a wonderful time (if we could just pause to enjoy it). It can be messy. But we can fix that!
Set (and achieve) your goals and focus on the things that matter most with goal setting pages and habit trackers.
Every month, set three goals based on your priorities. Whether you want to read to your kids every day, finish your weekly cleaning, or declutter your basement, there’s a place to write your goals and track your progress.
Time blocking, even on days when you never leave the house, is essential to creating a routine and making sure that you always plan enough time for each activity.
It’s possible to have an organized day, even when tracking your water, meals, exercise, and daily gratitude. Tackle your to-do list while staying on track with your goals.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is the planner dated?
The daily pages are undated so you can start using them at any time, but the planner also includes a dated calendar page for each month of 2018.
When will I get my planner?
The Organized Motherhood Planner is a digital download. As soon as you order here, a digital copy will be emailed to you for printing.
What's your refund policy?
I stand behind my planner 100 percent. If you aren’t completely satisfied within the first 30 days of purchasing, send me an email to let me know why it wasn’t a good fit for you. I’ll refund your purchase, no questions asked.
How do I print the planner?
The planner is a full color planner that prints on 8.5″ by 11″ paper.
You may want to print on higher quality paper to prevent ink bleed-though, especially if you’re printing front to back. Although 20-24 lb. paper works, I had the best luck printing on 28 lb. paper.
To save on paper, cut the paper in half (5.5″ by 8.5″) and print front to back. This size fits well in a Day-Timer planner, which is what I use. Read your printer’s manual to see if you’re able to scale the planner (55-60% works well to print on half-sheets of paper) and print on different sized paper.
Is this a physical planner that will be mailed to me?
This is a digital product only. After you order here, you’ll get an email with a PDF file to download, which you can then print at home. There is nothing to be shipped in the mail because you’ll get immediate access to the Organized Motherhood Planner PDF. Follow the instructions in the question above for how to print and get started using your planner right away.
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Organize your day and get your routines under control with the Organized Motherhood Planner.