Management Binders: March Round-Up
I’ve been thinking about and collecting supplies to make a home management binder for a while, but it’s always something that has stayed on the back burner because I thought it was going to be too big of a project for me to take on right now.
But, as I was decluttering some of the drawers in my office I found some great printables for a home management binder that I’d never gotten around to making and it renewed my interest in finally taking on this project. Since I am not an expert in this, I decided to round up some extremely helpful posts from some women who are!
So, you get a BONUS round-up post this month of 5 great blogs on how to put together a home management binder to get organized and make your life easier.
It’s a great way to harness the important papers so they don’t get lost in the junk mail!
If you like the summary of the article, just click on the title and you’ll be taken directly to the full article on the original website.
By: Hoosier Homemade
Feel like things keep falling through the cracks? This printable home binder lets you keep all the important stuff in one place. Important dates, things to be done, even when to clean. This binder is sure to make your homelife more organized.
By: The Simply Organized Home
Here’s a printable binder that’s been split into 8 different categories to cover all your organizational needs. The main categories are already divided for you, so you’ll know exactly what to plug in.
By: Organizing Home Life
If you’ve already got all the pieces for your home management binder, you’ll want to check out this article on assembling it. This includes things you’ll want to keep with your binder and how to protect it! (Scroll to the bottom of the page for the individual printables).
By: Abby Lawson of Just A Girl And Her Blog
Want to see how other people are organizing their home binders? Check out this article to see the different categories you can choose to include and what you might put in them. There are also tips that shed light on some of the nitty gritty stuff – like deciding what your goals should be or how much time your activities should take up.
By: Retro Housewife Goes Green
Simple and straight forward, you can refer to this article for tips on how to sort your activities and information. What you choose to put in a home management binder will differ – I don’t use a cleaning schedule or a budget, but a lot of the other items mentioned are great to keep on hand when you have young kids (and so many school papers!) Check out the breakdown of Lisa Sharp’s home binder vs. her planner!
Comment below and let me know if you’re considering putting together a home management binder and if you’d like me to do a post in the future about how mine turned out.