Day Planners for Moms

August 7, 2008 @ 6:16 am | Filed under: Day Planners, Organization, Uncategorized

I’m updating the links (and lost images) for the day planner series I ran at Lilting House two years ago (with a follow-up last summer). My readers are a planner-loving crowd, because those were some of my most popular posts ever. All the Lilting House links are dead now, and it took me a while to update the links. “Image not available” is still showing up in some of the posts, but I’m slowly replacing them. When I imported Lilting House to Bonny Glen, images did not transfer. (A giant pain in the neck.)

MomAgenda

Catholic Woman’s Daily Planner

Small Meadow Press — Circle of Days
**And don’t miss Leslie’s free pdfs of homeschooling planning pages you can print out!


Motivated Moms Chore Planner

BusyBodyBook


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  1. […] format is a little different this year: click here for a look. Like the momAgenda, each month begins with a two-page month-at-a-glance spread and proceeds to week-at-a-glance pages. […]

  2. Look forward to reading your reviews. I have a classroom planner and a wall calendar and menus/chores on a Google calendar. It seems a bit too scattered for me.

  3. Hi Melissa,
    I’m a big fan of Sandra Boynton’s calendars for moms.

    Mom’s Family Desk Planner (a daytimer-like calendar, with a cute Boynton drawing a week).
    http://www.workman.com/products/9780761148913/

    Mom’s Family Calendar (the wall version) http://www.workman.com/products/9780761148920/

    Both calendars run 16 months… they go from September 2008 to December 2009. My son loves them too… because he has fun finding characters from his favorite books.
    -Susan

    P.S. I found this post through the NearCircle list on my blog. I’m loving it! Thanks for setting that up.