Do you ever try to find time to get things done such as goal setting, creating time to find your passion, or just get things checked off your to-do list?
But often other tasks get in the way, and you become in a fog of never-ending task?
It is then you realize that you need to create order! So you find or create the perfect printable for your busy life.
I love the idea of printables since I can print what I need and set it up the way I like it.
Then you ponder.
What are the supplies I need to make it truly functional?
To make your life easier, I created a list based on the things I have found useful and helpful to organize printable.Must have supplies to organize your printable so that you are productive and motivated. Check this list out. Click To Tweet
MUST HAVE BINDER SUPPLIES
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Here are a few items that you’ll need to get your binder in tip-top shape!
Large Binders I Love
My go-to place for supplies is Target. But I also go to the dollar store or Amazon as well. So, when you’re in Target, keep an eye out for binder options. Or you can order them online and have them shipped to you.
Items for the Organization
- Dividers (you can always use ones with pockets or without pockets)
- Clear Sleeves ( slide these, not necessary just a preference)
- Hole Puncher ( if you don’t already have one laying around the house then the one I like …or this one)
Printer: I had to buy a new printer anyway this year since the previous one just stopped working. And believe me, I did my research to find the most productive, cost-efficient, scanning capabilities, and prints quality sheets without wasting ink.
I have the HP OfficeJet Printer, this one.
Paper: This you can get anywhere for convenience I have found this one.
Cutter: For the smaller size sheets so you can make perfect lines this cutter is a great option.
Or if you don’t want to cut down your own paper for the junior planners, here are pre-sliced sheets.
Are these beautiful? Are you as excited as I am?!
These methods of organization have saved my sanity.
I have tried Bullet Journal which I do like, but let’s be honest for a minute, how much time do you really have to make those awesome and beautiful page layouts.
Besides, when I did find the time to complete a page, by the time I was done, I didn’t want to write in them.
Then there are agendas from the store that I love. I made a habit of picking so many up, but they all were all missing sections I needed, while others didn’t offer enough space to write.
The flexibility of a printable allowed me to reprint the pages that I needed and offer motivational quotes, goal setting and cheat sheets to keep me on track. If you want to check out the planner I created then get the tour here.
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*(not it not only for moms but its designed for moms who have less time for the extra stuff and needs areas for additional cheat sheets)
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Ready to get started on your planner? The head over to check out the Mom Organized Planner for intentional organization!
What are additional must have to have in a binder?