Life organization printables help you plan and track everything you need to run your household from budget, meals, passwords, and more!
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If you’re a busy parent, odds are you’ve got more on your plate than you can really keep up with most of the time. Between kids, pets, meals, and bills I often find myself feeling like I must’ve forgotten something.
Or maybe I’m just the forgetful type.
But if you can relate, I want to share my best tool for keeping track of all that… stuff. I’ve used a household binder since my kids were little to keep up with almost everything.
Now that they’re teens, it has grown to be our family life organization binder. I also have a few of these printable in my recipe binder or tacked up somewhere in my house. They’re great together, but each one is also good as a standalone page!
Household planner inserts
There are 36 printables for my household planner. I don’t use all of them regularly and you probably won’t either. But many of them are versatile and so handy when you need one!
Take a quick peek at each page and I’ll share how I use them. I broke them into categories for simplicity, and they’re in alphabetical order. Download information is at the end of the post.
Home and family planner pages
- Babysitter memo – Cut this page in half for a quick reference you can leave with a babysitter. It has space to fill in everything they’ll need to know while you’re out.
- Birthday calendar – Keep track of everyone’s birthday on a quick reference page organized by month.
- Brain dump worksheet – When you’re feeling overwhelmed, write down everything in one place and organize it into manageable tasks to help you prioritize and focus.
- Bucket list – A simple page of checkboxes you can use for vacation, a to-do list, or bigger goals.
- Cleaning routine organizer – Keep track of chores that need to be done daily, weekly, monthly, or annually.
- Contacts list – Make your own address book to keep track of contact information for friends, family, or businesses.
- Daily habit tracker – Make a list of goals, then check them off each day down the row for up to 31 days.
- Housekeeping checklist – Similar to the daily habit tracker, this checklist includes space to write down chores and check them off when done.
- Lined notes – Organize notes for anything with this pretty lined paper that matches the other life organization printables.
- Monthly task tracker – Make a to-do list of tasks you do monthly, then check them off under each month’s name.
- Password list – Keep track of websites, usernames, and passwords all in one place offline.
- Vital information quick reference – Organize the information for emergencies and urgent situations so you don’t need to look things up in a pinch.
Budget and finance planner pages
- 50/20/30 budget worksheet – Organize your monthly or annual budget using the 50/20/30 method.
- Annual budget – Plan your year at a glance with income and expenses.
- Bill payment schedule – List all your monthly bills with the amount and due date to check off when they’re paid.
- Debt repayment tracker (2 pages) – Organize student loans, car payments, mortgage, etc., and track payments.
- Financial progress report – See a snapshot of your monthly income, expenses, and savings for 12 months at a glance.
- Monthly budget worksheet – Set a budget goal and track income and expenses.
- No-spend month tracker – Do a no-spend challenge and track your daily progress.
- Price comparison organizer – Track and compare prices of the same product at multiple stores.
- Savings tracker – Measure your progress towards a savings goal with a visual aid.
- Spending log – Use this full-page spreadsheet like a checkbook register. Record your spending and keep track of your balance.
- Subscriptions organizer – Keep track of all your subscriptions in one place so you can remember how much you’re spending and how often the payment is processed.
- Wish list – Make a tidy list of things you want, compare prices, and treat yourself (or know exactly what to say when someone asks you for gift ideas).
Cooking and meal planning pages
- Dinner party list – Plan the menu and your cooking schedule, keep track of guests, and check off your shopping list for any gathering.
- Favorite meals reference – Use this handy list when you’re meal planning and can’t think of anything your kids will eat.
- Freezer inventory – Keep track of what’s in the freezer and how long it will be good.
- Herb and spice inventory – Keep track of everything in your spice cabinet.
- Master grocery list – Create a list of everything you buy regularly so you can make a grocery list quickly.
- Monthly meal plan calendar – Plan meals for a month at a time with a pretty calendar.
- Pantry inventory – Keep track of everything in the pantry, especially bulk purchases.
- Refrigerator inventory – Keep track of everything in the refrigerator so you can use it before it expires.
- Storage times reference – A quick reference for how long popular foods can last in the fridge or freezer.
- Substitutions and measurements – Use this handy reference when you’re missing an ingredient or a measuring tool.
- Weekly meal plan – Plan your grocery list and all 3 daily meals for a week at a time.
Use one, a few, or all of these life organization printables to plan and keep track of your household. Plan meals and grocery shop. Balance your budget and save for the future. Keep track of passwords, addresses, and other essentials.
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