Friday, October 16, 2015

2016 Homemaker's Friend Daily Planner- SALE!

2016 Homemaker's Friend Daily Planner
I am so excited to have discovered this daily planner last year.
I ordered the 2015 planner and I keep this planner with me and write everything in it!
This has definitely been my "friend" this year.
Please see my video review HERE.
Here is what I like about this planner:
*It's a convenient size- I can fit it in my purse, but it's big enough that I can write in it (no shorthand).
*The weekly task list is vital to my organization.
*I can record my menu plan.
*I can plan birthday parties, trips, summer ideas and book lists.
*I can record gifts to buy, cleaning ideas, and use the tear out shopping lists.
*I can make a master shopping list in the back.
*I can keep loose notes in the back pockets.
*I can see a month at a glance.
*I can record good quotes from podcasts.
*If I lose this planner, I will lose my brain (I'm not kidding!)
I have REALLY enjoyed this planner.  I am so glad to have used it this year.
I have felt more organized, I can see what I've done and the different areas are great for taking lots of notes and lists.
RIGHT NOW there is a SALE:
Get $2 off your first order with code HF200 until October 31
Click Homemaker's Depot to get your copy of the 2016 Homemaker's Friend Daily Planner

*I am affiliate of this company.  Any purchase you make is greatly appreciated with no extra cost to you.*

From the website:
The Homemaker’s Friend Daily Planner was designed by Sue Hooley. The planner was developed after several years of motherhood and homemaking. Sue understood that a homemaker’s day can rarely be scheduled and structured the same as the one before, nor can every task fit neatly into the time-slot allotted by other planners. Since her first publication in 2010, thousands of homemakers have benefited from the daily planner.

The Planner is spiral bound for easy use and the cover is laminated for durability. Two pockets included. It has seven sectional tabs as follows:

  • An overview of the year by month.
  • Two-page spreads for entries each month.
  • Two-page spreads for entries each week. This allows you to sketch out an entire week, day by day.
  • A section to enter projected tasks.
  • A section to enter specific projects.
  • A section to keep a listing of personal contact information.
  • A perforated shopping list section allows you to take the list with you.


Lane Hill House said...

Thank you so much for the awareness of this 2016 daytimer ~ I ordered a copy! Kathleen ~ Lane Hill House
also shared on my FB news page and twitter; and at my books, books, and more books in Pinterest
daily quiet time, book review post dates, What's for supper?, When are we in the nursery and information booth?, appointments, friend gatherings, and so many uses all in one place! Thank you, Shonda!

Shonda said...

Thanks, Kathleen! Enjoy!

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