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Best Free Printable Planners & Calendars for 2014

Have you begun planning for 2014 with a calendar yet? Many free, printable planners available.

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I am big on making to do lists and planning my time with a calendar. Often I am unable to find an out the box solution. I typically end up creating my own from a mish-mash of products. Thankfully, there are so many great resources on the internet. Whether you need help managing your goals, tasks, home, or blog, I have found many free printables which I’ve included in this post, for your convenience.

Life Your Way :: Over 300 Free Printables

With the Life Your Way printables, you’re able to get all of the information out of your brain and onto paper so you can free up your mind for things like enjoying your family, rediscovering your creativity and improving your productivity.

With more than 300 printables — and new ones added each month — our goal is to help you get organized with simple, uncluttered printables that don’t require a lot of ink to print or a lot of time to use.

{Home Management Notebook}

{Half-Sheet Planner}

{For Kids}

{Blogging}

{Productivity & Goals}

{Household Cheat Sheets & Checklists}

{Miscellaneous}

{Christmas Planner}

{Christmas Printables}

{Easter Printables}

{Thanksgiving Planner}

{Valentine’s Day Printables}

Money Saving Mom :: Free Customizable Weekly Goal Planning Sheet

Crystal says, “at the end of each week, I take some time to review the last week’s goal sheet and map out goals in each category for the following week. I then tentatively assign each of these tasks to specific days during the following week. This exercise usually only takes me 15 minutes to do, but it makes a world of difference in my week!”

The Confident Mom :: Get a Free 2014 Confident Mom Weekly Household Planner

This weekly planner breaks down household tasks into manageable daily and weekly bite size pieces, utilizing smaller increments of time to keep the tasks from becoming too large and overwhelming. Most of the items can be easily completed in 3 to 30 minutes, and you can select appropriate items to delegate to family members (after all, even with the household planner, you still can’t be “super mom”).

Homeschool Creations :: Free Printable Blog Planner

{I personally use this planner and it is amazing! Everything I need.}

This 60 page blog planner includes:

  • 12 month-at-a-glance pages with a monthly focus list

  • room to track reviews and giveaways

  • space to jot notes and ideas

  • weekly post trackers, including social media reminders

  • monthly website analytics tracker: RSS, Facebook, Twitter, etc…

  • a place to keep track of affiliate program info

  • a Twitter hashtag tracker {because there are lots!}

  • weekly blog meme tracker

  • mileage sheet {who thought blogging might involve driving?}

  • website username & password sheet {I can’t remember them all!}

  • and room to jot down all those wonderful post ideas

Money Saving Mom :: 15 Free Resources to Help You Get Organized in 2014

These hand-picked resources include home management binder sheets, daily planner, goal planning, and more.

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What type of planner works best for you?

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