Homemaking

Scheduling links!

Routines and schedules need to be tailored to our season in life, our needs, and our personalities. But guess what? Chances are, there are ideas out there on the internet that will fit you almost to a T!

I’ve collected here a few samples.

For the detailed, check out Crystal’s morning routine, tips on developing a schedule, and her sample schedule.

Or maybe you prefer something a bit more visual and creative.

Maybe you’d be most inspired opening up a beautiful planner you yourself have created.

Here’s another example of a home management notebook. (And check out the related links!)

Getting Things Done is a book with great ideas on organizing your thoughts and life. (Though written for the office exec, the principles are easy to apply.)

Now that you know which direction to go, check out all of these free downloads!!

Lastly, you may enjoy reading 36 ways to be more productive.

What about you? If you have a link, share it in the comments!

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  1. I wanted to comment on how much I appreciated this. I’ve been so struggling with the schedule I used to keep before Shiloh was born. And I’ve been trying to catch up and do things on the fly. And tonight, I was just going to sit down and really put something together for turning over a new leaf, and this was very helpful!! Thank you!

    Posted by Katie | July 5, 2008, 6:49 pm