I was given this planner for free but I totally would have bought it anyway. See my full disclosure.
New year, new goals, new commitments. As you refocus on what's most important in your life, how are you planning to keep the most important things top priority? It's easy to know what's important but it takes planning in order to keep them that way. Focus on what matters most with the help of the Mormon Mom Planner.
Keep reading to see how the Mormon Mom Planner helps keep the most important things at the top of your daily life's list or skip to the bottom of this post to watch my video showing you some of my favorite features and the way I like to use it.
The Mormon Mom Planner has all kinds of great things to help you stay on top of your spiritual priorities. I especially love the Scripture Reading Chart found at the front as well as the Family Home Evening Page for each month. It's so nice to have everything in one place. I used to have separate sheets for everything kept in all kinds of different places- it is so nice to have a planner that includes these priorities. The Sunday Notes page is great to take notes at church or write your thoughts down afterwards. You will also find a Visiting Teaching Tracker, The Living Christ, and The Family Proclamation.
Have new spiritual goals this year? Use the daily habit tracker found in the weekly calendar area to help you chart your progress. It's so helpful!
Pssttt.... The bookmark shown above is from the same company and super handy.
There is always so much to keep track of in a family. I love that the Mormon Mom Planner has a separate section for Home and Family. It let's you keep track of your relationship goals with your spouse, the things that are important to your children, even your cleaning routine. Use the monthly calendar in your Family Councils each week to keep what's important to your family a top priority . Find the following family helps in the Mormon Mom Planner as well:
Back to School Planning (super helpful!)
Sometimes it seems like you need a whole other planner for holidays. Thankfully, this planner includes extra pages to help you conquer the holidays with an organized brain. Write down your traditions and how you will keep the focus on Christ during Easter and Christmas. Find help with the following:
New Years Plans and Goals
Christmas Plans including Gift Giving Charts
Thank You Cards
Remember to take care of yourself with help from key pages in the Mormon Mom Planner as well. I love the inspirational quotes found at the beginning of each new month. The monthly goals though is my favorite. It really makes it easier to make actionable steps to accomplish New Year Resolutions. You will also enjoy using:
Medical Appointment Chart
Important and Handy Information
Of course this is a planner so you will find all kinds of great organizational pages. Use your calendars to plan in what's important first then fill in the rest with what you need. I use the LDS stamper to quickly put in frequent activities (there is a Mom one too). Find the following great pages inside this planner:
Year at a Glance
Planning Ahead Pages
Birthdays and Anniversaries
To Do Lists
I use one of the planning pages to keep a short journal. This planner already is an excellent record of what's going on in your life, why not add special memories too. By the end of the year, you have a great family history record.
Seriously, there are so many little helpful things included in this planner it makes you sigh with relief- there is finally one place to dump all you need down and you don't have to worry about losing any of it.
Want to recommend this planner to someone of another faith?
Get the same great features minus the LDS specific things with the Mom on the Go Planner. There is also the Know It Planner which is similar to the Mormon Mom Planner but without the Home and Family Section. And the Simple Planner doesn't have the LDS specific things nor the Home and Family Section.
The bookmark I mention in the video can be found here. You can find the neat LDS stamper here.
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