Homemaking is quite a challenging job and many of us want to do it well this year with big hopes of this year being better than last. Homemakers are in charge of quite an abundance of responsibilities and we are wise when we put thought into the process and make plans of how we can execute them.
I like to use a planner to guide me through the month, this way I can plan long and short term projects without keeping all the details in my head which can ultimately end up overwhelming me. When you get things on paper it frees up mental space to attack the present. You are free to think clearly because you have "organized your thoughts", if you will. I don't get very elaborate but just jot down the basics and it helps my day to go alot smoother.
Here are some planners that might be helpful to you:
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(Click above to look at how well and inspiring they have everything laid out)
We hope these suggestions will be helpful for you. The Scriptures exhort doing all things to bring glory to God and we also want to do this with how well we manage our time, our home and our family! While we will never be perfect at it all, we can truly try to do our best for Him. My prayer is that we would do this well without melting down, getting impatient with our families, etc.--organizing our lives can help with that alot.
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