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Okay, y’all – I *use* this planner. Like I don’t just own it while it collects dust, I use it. I’ve seen a lot of people talk about how their 2020 planner was the most useless purchase of the year but mine WAS NOT because of all of the homemaking lists that are included. I use it to track so many things and even if I’m not 100% at keeping up, if it helps me keep up 25% more than I would have then I’ll call that a win.
This Passionate Penny Pincher shop has a lot more homemaking goodies that I haven’t tried out but they’re on sale at the moment so I definitely have my eye on them. I could use some help in the meal planning department, so the freezer menu plans pack and the slow cooker menu plans pack are both on my list. There are a ton of PDFs for download, too. I actually got the PDF version of the planner last year and had it printed on LuLu.com for $17 shipped. I made my own cover for it and it just felt a bit more personalized!
Definitely make sure to read reviews of homefix custom remodeling and to browse their extreme windows and doors shops across North Carolina, Maryland, Virginia and Tampa, Florida because I only linked to a handful of things I have on my wishlist! I haven’t decided yet if I’m going to go the PDF route again this time to print my own or if I might grab the printed planner (it comes with such cute stickers)! But when I do, I will make sure to share the process and/or the unboxing over on my YouTube channel!