Planners, Journals & Paper

For planner, journal, and paper lovers.

  • Neutral Undated Monthly Planner {FREE Printable}

    I don’t know about you but I love a simple planner printable. I like the idea of having something physical in my line of sight that keeps me organized. As a mom of two, with kids in different schools, in different boroughs with different school times, my schedule is hectic. So these simple printables are a lifesaver for me, and now for you.

    Keep track of important dates and other appointments with this simple neutral undated monthly planner printable. This simple download comes with an undated month with a Sunday start, a section for your important dates, monthly goals, priorities, to do list, and an area for additional notes. Print it out and stick it to the fridge or put it in your work area.

    This download is totally free! Just click the link under the image below and it’s all yours.

    Neutral Undated Monthly Planner

    Click to download:: Neutral Undated Monthly Printable (40 downloads)

    Upgrade Your Free Printable!

    This 12-month undated planner is printable and comes with a monthly, weekly, and daily sheet in the same neutral tones as your free download. It also comes in both Sunday and Monday start and features sections for your goals, priorities, and daily gratitude. This planner is only available in the Mommy R+R Etsy shop for $4.50.

    Neutral Undated Monthly Planner

  • Free Download: ‘Hello, Fall!’ Checklist (3 Colors Brown, Green, & Gold)

    Fall has arrived and to celebrate here’s a FREE checklist featuring sixteen things you can do to welcome the new season.

    Here are some things that you can do to welcome the fall season:

    1. Take out your fall fashions or invest in new ones.
    2. Fill your home with in-season fall florals.
    3. Fill your home with fall scented candles.
    4. Create a fall reading list.
    5. Bake new fall recipes.
    6. Gather wood for the fireplace.
    7. Visit a patch for pumpkin picking.
    8. Create your to-do list for the season.
    9. Take out your thick blankets
    10. It’s soup season! Try a new recipe.
    11. Shop seasonal fruits & veggies.
    12. Pumpkin spice everything!
    13. Indoor and outdoor fall home decor.
    14. It’s sweater weather!
    15. Pull out your fluffy socks and hats.
    16. Start your fall beauty routine.

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    Download one or all – they’re FREE!

    Click to download:: Hello, Fall! Checklist (brown) (38 downloads)

    Click to download:: Hello, Fall Checklist (green) (42 downloads)

    Click to download:: Hello, Fall Checklist (gold) (40 downloads)

    Here are even MORE things you can do to welcome the arrival of fall.

  • The ‘Whole Human Mama’ Planner’ Subscription Is Just What Mom Needs

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    The Whole Human Mama Planner is perfect for moms no matter the occasion. Created by Graeme Seabrook, the Whole Human Mama Planner is a subscription to help moms stay connected. The purpose of this planner is to help you thrive not only as a mom but as a person.

    Because it’s a planner subscription you’ll receive a new planner every four months. This means you’ll be working with a thinner planner that spans 3 months. But just because it’s thin that doesn’t mean it’s not giving moms what we need to get through the month.

    Here’s what you can expect with the Whole Human Mama Planner:

    A monthly priorities page that features a section for important dates, goals, project lists, and self-care.

    A full monthly and weekly spread with a space section and enough area to add notes.

    Weekly to-do list page for yourself, the family, and for your home.

    A full-page spread to express your thoughts and feelings.

    Weekly meal planner and habit tracker.

    A project planner to jot down any new work projects or home DIYs that may come to mind.

    A weekly wrap-up that gives you sections to celebrate your wins, things you’re letting go of, and to write a letter to yourself about your week.

    Additionally, you’ll receive a small lined notebook that can be used for diary entries, notes, or whatever your heart desires plus a small pin, bookmark, stickers, digital goodies, and lastly one free month membership to The Mom Center. The Mom Center is a community that helps, supports, and uplifts women as we guide ourselves through the journey of motherhood.

    I like this planner because it’s undated so if you miss a month you can easily go back the next month without a gap, it easily fits in your purse, and it’s motivational. The start of each month gives you a new quote to inspire you.

    The cost of the subscription is $100.00. You can order a subscription for yourself, your mom, or a mom friend here.

  • The Importance of Using Planners To Maintain Your Health and Wellness

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    Keeping up with how well you’re taking care of yourself, needs to be tracked and monitored. To understand the effectiveness of your mental and physical health, you need to measure the activity. Planners are the perfect way for doing that so that you can keep yourself both mentally and physically healthy.

    Help Clarify and Focus On Your Goals

    Wellness doesn’t remain the top priority when we get busy and feel like we’re fine without taking a time out. Using a planner reminds you of the reason why you started monitoring your health. Wellness planners allow you to track your rest habits, daily nutrition, and workouts as a way to maintain your health. In addition, it lets you focus on your goals so that you don’t float amid various objectives. The best part about using planners is that you can always go back and remind yourself of the essential goals and why you want to remain healthy.

    Breakdown Milestones

    Planners will help you easily break down your bigger goals and into tiny milestones making them more manageable. You will be motivated when you reach these milestones, as it will be simple for you to track the critical changes that take place in your body. The best part about using a planner is because you look at it every day you will keep your goals at the forefront of your mind, which helps you make better decisions regarding your health.

    Keep Tabs On Your Progress

    One of the fundamental reasons why people keep a wellness planner or journal is to track their progress. When you record your mental and physical health, you know whether you’re progressing or not. Seeing how far you’ve come with how many times a week you meditated, ate well, and got a good night’s rest will keep you motivated, as they are signs of progress. It allows you to check if your current routine is having the desired effect or not. You’ll know if you need to switch up things and make a new routine. When you keep track of or jot down everything in a planner, it will make your job much more comfortable.

    Plan Future Routines

    Have you ever gone to a gym without a plan? Then you are doing the wrong thing if you want to achieve some health goals. If you have a busy schedule, then most likely, you will be distracted from planning your future routine in advance. However, when you maintain a planner and jot down everything for your next training day, it will make your practice more efficient, and also you will be free to do some other activities.

    Record Important Health Factors

    Many health factors can be tracked easily by using a planner. There is plenty of information that others may mark as unnecessary, but in reality, it can significantly impact your results. You can record measures like your sleep, energy levels, what you eat, and your general mood each day. This makes planning is a single tool that helps you gather all the information which enables you to understand the needs of your body in a comprehensive way.

    Planners play a crucial role in one’s life and it’s the best route to go if you want to stay healthy, mind, body, and spirit.

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