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Planning became a passion of mine when I became a mother and even more so when I began working from home. Now, that I also homeschool I plan more than ever in my Moterm personal rings.
I want to share with you in full detail, how I use my personal rings, and how it helps my life out so much. Hopefully, these ideas will help you add to your planner to help you get stuff done.
Free planner inserts for your planner.
Here are four free planner inserts I created for your personal use only. These freebies include A brain dump, undated daily, a notes page, and a to-buy list.
I hope you enjoy it!
Get organized and use your planner functionally!
For my planner systems I always have the same supplies I use for my planning. My favorites include: mini Avery tabs, beautiful highlighters, black ink pens, die cuts that I print on cardstock paper, and vellum also.
At the front of my planner, I use a yearly overview to pre-plan any important dates and events coming up for the year. I also have a few sheets of pretty blank paper in order to brain dump my upcoming month.
This brain dump will include anything that comes to mind, important or not, and really helps me get a gist for my upcoming months. Next, I have a collection of my past weekly reviews, prayers, brain dumps, and mental health check-ins.
This may sound complicated and like my planner will be cluttered. If you like a chunky planner and need to store more lists inside your planner because you need to review a lot, then you may need 30 mm rings.
They’re amazing and allow you to fit so much more into your planner! The reason I need to review past weeks is that I like to make sure everything is going smoothly in my life and that means reviewing the past weeks to see if I need to make any changes.
Since I do work from home and homeschool, this planner is important to me and I need to be able to look back. It’s an amazing system!
How I use my personal rings planner.
Next, I place my current month which is Carpe diem dated months. In these, I write something down every day either that we have planned or that we did because it makes me feel like I used up an insert.
Above, are my top tab views. It is very helpful to have a lot of tabs to help you get to where you need to get quicker.
After that I have my blank monthly overview page that comes from my planner insert bundle. This really helps me plan out any upcoming dates & special events, goals, to-do’s, and notes.
Next is my inbox section. Here I write down everything I need to do that’s super important and needs to get done ASAP.
Right behind that is my running to-buy list. This list is so useful because I’m constantly needing to get stuff for the kids and I always forget until the last minute when I’m placing my online orders.
My weekly section is next. I always use a week on one page however, I’m really wanting to start using a week on two pages.
Since the school year has started, I feel like I have so much more to do. For the summer, I may go back to a week on one page since there will be less to do then.
I try to create my planner sections to fit my lifestyle.
My “today” section is next and I have around 30-40 pages for my days here. For my dailies, I do decorate them at times with washi tape and stickers but for the most part, it’s just a checklist.
My to-do list is always there and occasionally I will use a timed schedule. Next to that, I use my brain dump section which is also from my planner insert bundle.
Following that is a section for my husband. I just have a dashboard of our cute pictures together and a sticky note on the back of what I need to tell him and stuff to do around our home.
Sometimes, we are so busy with our lives it will slip my mind to tell him something important and I’ll just jot it down and check on it later. Super helpful and I got this idea from the planner community on Instagram.
Next, are my habits trackers. I track in different sections: important, feelings, health, kids, cleaning, and others. I always keep up with my trackers because they are so useful and help keep me on track.
Following that is my self-care section. I consider this my journaling peaceful place where I can just unload and have a moment to myself.
More on how I use my planner.
Then comes my homeschool section. I’m going to be changing these inserts up but for now, I use a weekly that has a tracker on the back and a place for my daughter’s spelling words.
I need a blank weekly with more sections for other subjects of school. I’ll be getting that soon.
With my homeschool inserts, I do include a notes page weekly to jot down anything I need to do for the next week. I like to note my baby’s accomplishments as well!
From there, my cleaning section is next where I just have a tracker for daily tasks, weekly tasks, and monthly tasks for cleaning. This helps me stay on top of cleaning our home.
Next, come all of my lists, orders, and planning for special events such as birthday parties and anniversary dates. Here are my wishlists, my kids’ wishlists, and my husband’s gift ideas.
I’ll also include a list of stuff I need to get for the home and another place for more notes and a brain dump. Then I have a section for crockpot recipes since I’m always forgetting them.
Lastly, I have the next few months from Carpe diem in my planner and at the end a section for faith. I need to change up to or create more inserts for that.
Planning has helped me in my personal life.
I don’t always have a ton of time to be in my planner. I’m a busy mom and wife but this system has worked so well for me.
Honestly, I get a lot more done and I still have time to decorate my planner. Now, I do cute deco and when I’m too busy or tired I just leave as is.
That’s the beauty of having a ring planner. You don’t need to always have it super pretty or use a bunch of sticker kits.
All you need is for it to be functional and to fit your lifestyle. It takes a while to start out your planner system but eventually it will become easier to set it up and make it yours.
I love to plan because it calms down my anxiety, stays ahead of busy dates, and not forget things as much as I used to! Whenever life gets busy, I know I have my planner to reference.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this planner post and it’s helped you with your planning system. Thanks so much for stopping by and I hope you’ve enjoyed the free printables!
What’s coming up on mrsplanahead? We are still in our planning month and fall month.
There will be more posts on that so make sure you have your notifications turned on and you check your inbox for more freebies.
God bless you and I hope you have a wonderful holiday season!
Until next time,