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I don’t know about y’all, but it’s time to start working on a calendar for 2017 in this house! I can’t believe how long and how short a year can seem all at once, but as 2016 is drawing to a close that is how I feel. It was a really tough year in some ways, but it brought us a lot of beauty and joy in life as well. We watched our daughters grow together as sisters, added another family member (Charley Girl!), faced challenges, deepened friendships, and reached as well as set new goals.
Anywho, this momma has to stay organized. Keeping track of four humans and two animals and a house and school and businesses is a lot of work! So I like to tangibly write everything down on a physical calendar and planner pages. Kudos to those of you who make digital calendars work. I always forget to check those. Or to even use them at all. Which is ridiculous because I pretty much have my phone with me at all times so it should be a relatively simple task to convert myself to some sort of calendar usage from there, but I just can’t.
Writing things down helps me remember them. It brings me a sense of order and calm that I just can’t replicate on my phone or computer. I’ve decided I am okay with this quirk of mine and I assume I am not the only person on the planet who needs a cute but simple calendar to organize her days and months and years! So here you go, dear readers. I am sharing my sweet but simple 2017 calendar, weekly planner, and weekly schedule.
The weekly printables can be used however you see fit. I will use the one with time slots to help set our weekly rhythm. The one without time slots will be duplicated with one copy used for meal planning and the other as a weekly calendar reminder for the fridge. I like to print these off and keep them in a clear sheet protector so that I can hang them on the refrigerator and write on them with dry erase markers. It’s my little system that works well for me!
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