Maybe you’ve read about household binders before?  But maybe you haven’t found the one that works best for you?

The same thing happened to me.

I printed pages from many sources and created my own binder system.

Turned out, it still wasn’t exactly what I needed.

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So, I created my own set.  It isn’t as pretty as some of the rest, but it works perfectly for me.

Now, I’m sharing it with you.  It’s 50 pages to grab for free.  Use as many as you need, or, use them all!

The pages include a cover page that you can insert into the clear plastic cover of a binder.  It’s the only color page, and it looks like this:

Household organizer cover only

All of the other pages may be printed using only black ink.

Pages include menu planners, monthly date pages, lists of stuff to keep track of, and lots more — like this page I use to map out an entire month:

April page example

 

And this list of things I like to keep track of:

Things to do this week sample

Plus this page I use to keep track of books:

Books loaned to friends sample

There are a whole bunch more.

CLICK HERE to DOWNLOAD the whole set.

To your organization,

Marie-Claire

 

P.S.  If you’ve ever downloaded THIS FREEBIE, you’ll want to replace it with this new, updated version.

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