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Just when we were finally getting it a groove with our evening schedule it went all nutso crazy on us again. And part of me may want to cry just a little bit. 

One of the pools our team uses for practices (there are three total) was being repaired this past fall, so our boys were focused on one pool. At the start of the year Zachary was asked to move to a different practice group (more intense) and Kaleb’s group is now moving to the pool that has been repaired. Practice times are all wonky and it’s a little overwhelming to my brain, if I’m being honest. 

Especially when McKenna has a new job – and well, life. I’m feeling a little attached to my van at the moment and craving quiet moments at home. 

That said, I’ve been hesitant to even really plan much for the upcoming bit because putting it all down on paper is just a little hard to see (and makes my head want to explode). Rick and I are balancing back and forth, but it’s hard when what was the “ideal” in my head is shifted to a very different reality. But still I need to plan the upcoming month (or two)

If you’d like to lay out your upcoming month along with me, I have a free download of my February 2019 Personal Planner Pages – try them out this month and see how they work for you.  If you like them, grab the complete 2019/2020 Yearly Planner and get a jump on planning the next few months. 

A Peek Inside My Planner

If you’d like to take a look at how I’ve set up my yearly planner, I’ve explained it more in this post here, as well as given links to my favorite pens (the convenience of pencils, but erasable ink!).

Take a video tour here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y0XDM7yu9BA&t=31s


February 2019 Personal Planner Pages

You can download the February 2019 Personal Planner Pages by clicking the green download button below. There are 14 pages included as a part of the download: the month at a glance and then weekly planning pages as well and also starts into March. 

By the way, if you like using pen, but are prone to making mistakes (like me), GO BUY YOURSELF A SET OF THESE PENS (referral link). They are not only pretty, but they are erasable! And don’t ask how many sets I have, ok? 

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Please note: the left facing page for the weekly layout is a little different in the free monthly download. Lots of great planning space, but the full planner includes a few different options for that page – just a little bonus for those who purchase the 2019/2020 Yearly Planner.

Don’t miss my student planner and weekly homeschool planner – available as well!


Purchase the Yearly Planner


Love the planner layout and want to start planning out the rest of your year now? 

Purchase the 2019/2020 Yearly Planner for $4.99!

The calendar includes month-at-a-glance pages and dated weekly pages through December 2020. There is also a link to bonus pages and additional covers for the planner.

Be sure to check out our undated student planner and weekly homeschool planner (with editable pages) now available as well!


Don’t Miss The Daily To-Do List

Daily to do list free printable

My Daily To-Do List is pretty basic, but hopefully it will work for you too. There is an area to make a list of things to accomplish, household goals, appointment, meals for the day, and even a space to record exercise and water intake. Each page in the document is identical so you can print them off, cut the page in half, and have two lists. If you print them front to back, you’ll have four to-do lists and save a little paper.

Hope you all have a wonderful month!! I’d love to hear your plans!


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