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The selection that I've found for this week is especially useful, perhaps even inspirational, for the start of a new month and a new year--2017.
I've found some quality resources that are free, too, which is even better. Now, you may think that a freebie may be of lesser quality than a more expensive option. Nope.... these are really wonderful!
Take a bit of time to check them out. You'll find a wonderful printable for a child's room, an introductory course to gold foiling, a free guide for busy mothers- Creating a Daily Routine that Works- and a daily planner to help you create meaningful habits in your life and control your to-do list.
You'll find more information about these amazing resources below.
Itsy Bitsy Spider printable
If you're looking for a special print for your child's or grandkid's room, then this could be a wonderful option. This free printable is available as 8x10 or 12 x 12 size. Mounted and framed, it's a cute decor accent.
It might a good idea to package the print up and present it with a book about Itsy Bitsy Spider.
The Busy Mom's Guide to Creating Daily Routine that Works
Are you always tired? Do you feel exhausted and overwhelmed by the tasks on you to-do list?
If so, this resource will be of real benefit for you. It's The Busy Mom's Guide to Creating a Daily Routine that Works.
This is another freebie and all you need to do to access this helpful guide is to sign up for Kayse's regular newsletter filled with encouragement and practical resources to help you slow down.
Simple Daily Planner- wattle design
Last, but not least, you 'll find a simple daily planner. This planner is especially useful for anyone who wants a to-do list that will help build meaningful habits into your life.
It also includes space to list your top priorities, any appointments, household chores for the day and your dinner recipe.
You'll also find a notes area and an encouragement to drink enough water for the day. Download and print this A5 planner and attach copies to A5 clip board. (I decorated my clipboard with scrapbooking paper.)
You can find this helpful planner here...
And, if you're looking for a daily planner that includes more detail, the Deluxe Daily Planner- Life is Looking Good may be just what you need. (See below.)
Just four resources but they have been a highlgiht of my week and I think that you will enjoy them, too.
Take a few moments to check them out and I'm sure you'll find these ideas are a wonderful way to start the new year- fun decor accent, a new course and skill, and planning ideas.
Let me know how you go and how they've helped you. And.... I'll be presenting another fabulous 4 finds next Friday.
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