Best mom planners
Feel like you're always running around like a headless chicken but you never seem to achieve your goals?
If you want to get organised and become more productive, one of the best ways to do it is start planning your days, weeks and months.
So I've put together a list of some of the best mom planners I could find to help you achieve your goals.
But the thing is that not every planner works for everybody. Some people may also need more than one planner.
That's why I've included mom planners to use for different purposes so you can find something to suit you.
Ready to check them out?
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Some of the cheapest mom planners
At the time of writing this blog post, these working mom planners were all cheaper than $12. If you want something basic and inexpensive to keep you organised they will do.
And a couple of them also come with an accompanying calendar you can see further down.
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Calendars for working moms
It doesn't matter how many alarms you have set up on your Google Calendar,. Some times you want everybody in the family to be able to see what everybody is doing at a glance.
Using a paper calendar can help keep all the family organised and you can even get the kids to help you fill them in.
Plus they're also quite cheap!
This one from Mom Agenda is also a great option cos it's undated:
Food and meal planners
Here are some food and meal planners for the family but also for the mom on a diet.
Don't you love Pinch of Nom?
Personally I don't like going into all the detail on paper, so I prefer a Fitbit or similar. But for people that find it more motivating to keep track of everything on paper, here are some fitness planners and trackers you can find on Amazon:
I must say if I had to choose one, though, I'd get this one from Commit30. It looks great and it comes with stickers!
I don't have my PC or mobile on with me all the time. So having a to-do list or a day planner I can use everyday and take it with me wherever I go is really helpful.
And, let's be honest, writing to-do lists on scraps of paper doesn't look right.
Digital Mom Planner
You can use an app but this Digital Planner is like having a real planner on your iPad . It's only for iPad+GoodNotes5 App, though.
2020 Digital Planner (Instant Download
Weekly and Monthly Mom Planners
These are a bit more expensive and are specially designed to help you accomplish more and be more productive.
I am useless at this bullet journal stuff, I never know what to do and how to make it look pretty, but if you're more creative than me, have a go at one of these:
Mom planner accessories
I made a mistake once: I didn't have any colours or highlighters for planners handy and ended up using kids colouring pens. And they bled through the paper and made a mess.
So now I only use pens for planners.
They're good enough for writing on most planners, though you might want to check if you use bullet journals, cos the paper is thinner.
They're also great for colour coding, using them with stencils or writing on sticky notes. And you can also use them to colour-match your washi tape:
And lastly, who doesn't love stickers? They're great to customise your planner and save you time cos you don't have to write everything.
Here are some from Commit30 and also some from Amazon:
Did you find the perfect planner for you?
Tell me in the comments how using a planner helps you be more productive.