organization free printables meal planning, auto-pilot meal plan weekly planning, new year reflection, goal setting home cleaning, maintenance, decluttering 2019
organization free printables meal planning, auto-pilot meal plan weekly planning, new year reflection, goal setting home cleaning, maintenance, decluttering 2019
organization free printables meal planning, auto-pilot meal plan weekly planning, new year reflection, goal setting home cleaning, maintenance, decluttering 2019
organization free printables meal planning, auto-pilot meal plan weekly planning, new year reflection, goal setting home cleaning, maintenance, decluttering 2019

organization free printables meal planning, auto-pilot meal plan weekly planning, new year reflection, goal setting home cleaning, maintenance, decluttering 2019

If you, like most, are looking to get organized & make some healthy changes in 2019- I’m so excited to share my free resources for all things life, meals, and home. Here are my top picks to help you get on the right track easily, simply, and for the long haul 🙂

 

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Life:

Both the weekly planner & the mission statement worksheets are the perfect start to providing direction, balance, and organization to your life – on the most basic & foundational level, as well as for daily tasks. I have noticed more clarity & confidence in my planning since creating a “personal creed” and utilizing the 7 Habits’ weekly planning model. I’m so happy to share these printables to help you get started too ♥

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Home:

If you feel like there is always something “slipping through the cracks” around your home, the solution is to round it up in a system! (Or at least that’s my first instinct… 😛 ) I’m sharing my tried-and-true system for breaking down all home maintenance, cleaning, and decluttering into smaller groups each month. While it’s still a good bit of work, this rotating system eliminates the mental work of trying to keep track of 50+ items and when-in-the-world you did that last, or ever. It’s also editable, so you can rearrange things to best fit your life & schedule!

How to declutter, clean & maintain your home throughout the year so nothing slips through the cracks (free printables!) cleaning schedule

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Meals:

Last but not least… meal planning. If you know it would lower your stress, expenses & food waste, but the concept just terrifies you- this is the series for you! It is detailed with step-by-step instructions and fill-in printables, so all the thinking is done for you!

Plus, if you’re a pro at meal planning but get tired of “reinventing the wheel” every week or two, consider putting your meal plan on auto-pilot with my free cheat-sheet & example pack 🙂 As much as meal planning changed my life initially, putting it only auto-pilot only multiplied that benefit!

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  • Feel free to look around for related posts in MEALS, HOME, or LIFE, or the Best of Our Home on Purpose on Pinterest!
  • If you can’t find what you need, comment below & I’d love to connect!

 

Happy organizing!

6 comments on “6 Resources to Organize Your Meals, Home & Life This Year”

  1. Seriously, so useful. I’m trying to make it a priority this semester in grad school to plan ahead more often. Last semester, I got by okay, but I want to thrive this semester and semesters going forward. I appreciate these resources/tools–I’ll be utilizing them for sure!

    • Thanks, Leighann! I know it can be especially hard prioritizing these things in the midst of school, but it can also free up your mental space when you do! Hope they help and good luck with your semester 🙂

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