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I am also using a few other free printables from several different sites:
The weekly meal planner from Vertex42 I liked this planner because it has lines to write on instead of little boxes and there are spaces for sides (I can also write snacks in those spots) I chronically forget to shop for sides(and snacks), hoping this will help. I also use the annual calendar checklist, for keeping track of, ahem, menstrual cycles and other such things.
My plans for the week fromThe Household Planner I like the clean look and there is plenty of room to fit everything in, plus room for notes (or doodles). I also use the monthly activity calendar (can't find a link, but I think I got it by signing up for the email list), six color coded lines to help keep everyone's appointments straight.
The blog post planner from Productive Flourishing I like how you could sort your posts out by topic and that there are places to "check off" posts you have done.
I sorted all my sheets into the order I wanted them in and headed off to the copy store to copy and collate everything. Don't forget to make some fun covers for you new planner. My local OfficeMax has several different binding styles: coil, spiral, and comb. I made my copies (a lot of copies) and left them to be bound (I'm picking them up this afternoon, they were super busy), they will also be laminating the covers. The final cost is going to be less than $10 for a 12 month, letter sized, coil bound, custom planner. I can't wait to pick it up, I wish I had been more creative with the covers (I was in a BIG rush to get this done) I might make a fabric cover to make it look extra special.
Look for photos later today on the Facebook page of my shiny new planner! and try not to laugh too much at the simplicity of my calendar templates.