Working moms absolutely have to stay organized. There’s just too much to remember between work projects, kids’ activities, and appointments. That’s where momnesia sets in. So a planner is a wonderful way to keep things in order. WHat’s the best planner for working moms?
You might be wondering how to organize my planner like a boss lady, but first, we gotta pick the right planner, right? Let’s dive in!
Here are some great planner ideas to help keep our organized working mom schedule from becoming a disorderly disaster.
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Which planner is your favorite?
Here are some planner comments from fellow moms! Check out what they love!
Do you use a bullet journal?
I recently switched to a Bullet Journal after years of using a paper planner and LOVE it. My needs are different every week (sometimes every day), and this allows me to fully customize each page, but still be super simple to use. I held off for years because the idea of actually drawing out every page seemed like too much, but my minimalist approach has been a game changer for me. – Angie
I’m a Desire Map and Bullet Journal girl. The desire map is a planner meets journal. So I combine them both for planner peace. – Melissa
I like the bullet journal because nothing gets lost, it’s highly personalizable, and incorporates to do lists with events. –Erica
Here’s some fellow momma love on The Happy Planner:
My fave is Happy Planner because, well, it’s happy. ? I like the stickers and that you can buy extra note pages to insert. And I like the layout. – Inez
The Happy Planner. I have 2 chronic illnesses and my daughter is disabled. Between the two of us it gets overwhelming to keep track of doctors appointments so I like having a place to see a whole month at once for planning things out. I also love the to do lists and having an area for notes when I’m feeling inspired, or to keep track of something to mention to one of our doctors. Best of all though the one I got this year has llamas and hearts – Jami
Other planner recs from moms:
Blue Sky Planners because they aren’t fussy but have plenty of space. Plus they are pretty and available at Target and Office Depot. – Lori Beth
The living well planner is my absolute favorite! It has everything I need at a fraction of the cost of other planners. It motivates me to set goals, helps me create actionable steps to get achieve said goals, and helps me keep track my finances. It’s truly amazing. It also comes with membership to a Facebook community! – Keyona
I love the Passion Planner because it’s the place for your thoughts, to-do lists, doodles, dreams, and keepsakes. Everyone uses their planner in their own unique way, but the Passion Planner helps me to prioritize what I need to do. It all depends on your needs – Passion Planner can become a journal or diary of year. It depends on how you want to use it. Best part is that you can get a dated as well a non dated one. -Anjana
Some people seem to love the Plum Planner:
Plum paper. It’s big and waterproof cover ?– Erin
Plum Paper – similar to EC layout but customizable in that you can add sections (I have blog, travel plans, personal reflection,) or dispersed pages with to-do lists, bills, etc. I also only get the monthly view because I manage all my weekly tasks on phone apps. – Aimee
Agree with plum planner. Like how it is customizable and you can pick extra sections and it is reasonably priced. – Sarah
Some more ideas:
I use a couple for different purposes.
Goal planning—Powersheets by Cultivate what matters
I love that I can determine what I want to focus on and cultivate throughout the year. The breakdown of seasons with monthly focus/recap is great.
For my daily, family planning I use Happy Planner. This is flexible and I can easily personalize.
I also bullet journal for books I read, quotes, Reflection, gratitude log, etc. – Mamie
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