We have reached the end of the 10 Days to a Free Home Management Binder series, can you believe it? Today we are going to talk about all the home management binder categories we have included. I will also share with you a few tips and other suggestions.
Combining All the Home Management Binder Categories and Other Tips
Before we put everything together, let’s go over all the materials that we used for this series. These are merely suggestions and simply having a binder and a pen will work perfectly.
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AmazonBasics 2-Inch Round Ring Binder, White, 4-PackAmazonBasics 2-Inch Round Ring Binder, Mixed, View, 12-Pack400 Sheet Protectors, 11 Hole Lightweight Binder Sleeves, Designed to Protect Frequently Used 8.5 x 11 Papers, Acid and PVC Free Page Protector, Clear Plastic Design, 9.25 x 11.25 Top Loaded, 400 ctBostitch inPRESS 20 Reduced Effort Three-Hole Punch, Silver, Black (2220)AmazonBasics Paper Binder Dividers, Writeable 8-Tab, 4/PackAvery 5 Tab Plastic Binder Dividers with Pockets, Two Tone, 1 Set (11988)
Home Management Binder Categories
Were you able to gather all the free printables for your home management binder? Below you will find the list of all the binder categories that were created:
- Binder contact info and labels
- Cleaning schedule
- Home maintenance
- Family organization
- Spending and savings tracker
- Meal planning
- Holiday planning
- Weekly planner
- School Contact info
But I am sure there are many more that you could include.
Home Binder Tips
Ensure that you place your home management binder in a place that it will always be seen and never forgotten. Even though you have now created your system, it won’t work unless you do the work.
Use a protective sheet for the weekly planner pages that were shared in the post called Free Weekly Planning Printables. This way you can use a dry erase marker (or even a wet erase marker) to plan out your week and simply wipe it off when the week is through.
Try creating a digital version of your system with your phone. If you have a subscription to a to-do list app then this is the perfect next step.
I currently use the free version of the Todoist app but I am sure there are others that exist.
In this app, I have added my cleaning schedule by day and it has reminders as well as recurring tasks. Any extra notes and instructions are added to my Evernote app.
Want to know more about my digital home management system? Simply comment below and I will definitely share more!