Hi everyone, I know I’m cutting it close, but I finally finished the 2015 Daily Planner! You can use this to plan your homeschooling days, or as a regular daily life planner too!

Included in this planner:

  • Year at a Glance
  • To-Do Lists
  • Bills & Payments
  • Library Book Lists
  • Contacts
  • Weekly Meal Planner
  • Monthly Meal Planner
  • Grocery Lists
  • Monthly Planner pages
  • Weekly Planner Pages
  • Notes
  • Extra Information: Social Media, Pinterest Ideas, Recipe Ideas, Websites, etc.


–> Click here to get the 2015 Daily Planner! <–


This planner has weekly  calendar pages to help you plan out all aspects of your day, including a quick glance meal plan at the bottom of each day.



There’s also a weekly meal planner with more room, so you’re welcome to use whichever fits your needs best!



And of course there are also the monthly meal planner pages that everyone has requested as well.

P.S. If you need some help picking meals check out my Monthly Meal Plans!


Printing Suggestions:

I print my planner pages double-sided on light weight cardstock so that the ink doesn’t bleed through. I also highly suggest getting your planner spiral bound at your local office supply store as well. It’s usually only a couple of dollars, but makes using your planner much easier!

Of course you can always punch holes, and stick your pages in a 3-ring binder too! Whatever works best for your needs.



And thanks to a reader suggestion I picked up some of the Pilot FriXion Erasable Gel Pens. I wanted to try them before recommending them to you. I have to say that these things are so cool! The ink literally and completely erases from the page! The only thing to be careful of is that the eraser also erases the lines on my planner, so I just try to be careful around those areas :o)



–> Click here to get the 2015 Daily Planner! <–


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  1. Such a pretty planner 🙂
    I love things to “fill in”
    The Frixion pens are great aren’t they? Did you know that it’s the heat generated by rubbing that remove’s the ink? You can remove it by giving it a blast with a hot hair dryer or even ironing your paper/card! But don’t use a Frixion pen if you want to laminate – I did just that and was rather surprised when my template came out of the laminator blank – yikes!
    Making your paper/card cold can revive the ink somewhat too – pop it in the freezer – it won’t come back fully but it’ll be there.
    Thank you for creating this pretty planner 🙂

  2. I notice you recommend printing on light card stock and I was wondering, is it best to print yourself or have printed and blinded at the same place? I’m unsure of the cost that it will be, between printing at home (ink & paper) or at office store. Anyone care to let me know what you’ve found the most cost effective? Thanks!

    Wendy Warren
    1. Hi Wendy,
      It depends on what kind of printer you have, and how much ink for it costs. I normally recommend http://www.bestvaluecopy.com as they offer really inexpensive color printing. I myself print at home, then take it to an office supply store to have it spiral bound. I have a laser jet, so toner goes a long way :o)


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