You guys, I’ve become a Planner girl. A full on, washi-obsessed planner girl. I was afraid to take the plunge because I knew it would be extremely addicting and even somewhat time consuming, but honestly I’m so glad I did. Why? Because it’s helped my homeschool so much!
Introducing Planner Squad
Last week my friend Amy (Busy Boys Brigade) and I (along with our friend Lindsey from Nitty Gritty Mom) came up with the idea to start a brand new website for the planner community, which we named Planner Squad. It’s been so much working on the site and getting it all together all while building up the planner community, but it’s also taken a lot of time and work to get it up and running. That being said, it’s caused me to take a break here from my homeschooling blog.
How Becoming a Planner Girl Has Helped my Homeschool
So, how has being a planner girl helped me in my homeschool? Well, I wrote this blog post for Planner Squad talking about how planning has changed my entire life which may explain it further, but I’ll elaborate. Basically, now that I’m much more organized in my everyday life, it’s helped me keep my homeschool organized and under control. Our days are less hectic and stressful, which makes our homeschool day run so much smoother!
Ultimate Homeschool Planner
I even created this ultimate homeschool planner (for your happy planner), that I’m slowly integrating into how I run things around here. With this printable planner I’m able to keep track of everything I need for my homeschool in one easy place. It’s awesome!
Do you want to make your homeschool run smoother? Then I encourage you to come to the dark side and join the planning community. We have washi!
This post is part of the iHomeschool Network’s Everyday Tools for the Homeschool Mom Link Up. Click on the image below to check out other great posts in this link up. (Link up starts January 30, 2017)
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