Print Your 2011 Calendars & Planner Pages!

I am in L-O-V-E with the new 2011 planner by Jen Allyson of The Project Girl!
It includes daily and weekly editable chore charts and a bonus monthly calendar.  I added some floral scrapbook stickers and dividers to mine…
just for fun.

Here’s the weekly planner page.  The three columns you see are labeled Daily Chores, Weekly Chores and Shopping List.  Each of these have editable fields so you can customize it in a way that works for you.  At the top you have a weekly calendar.

You can find this at Design House Digitals regularly priced at $12.99 for a sale price of $9.09, but Jen has provided Moms by Heart readers with a unique coupon code that will get you 15% off – bringing the price down to $11 $7.73.  Now through January 3rd you can use code: JAPLANNER11 to get your discount.
(thanks, MSM for the heads up on the sale price!)

If you’re serious about getting organized in 2011, here are a few free downloads you can add:

Weekly Menu Planner is HERE or HERE.

Set your goals and break them down into smaller more manageable pieces with the free Goal Worksheet HERE.  Get the Master Goals Sheet HERE.
Another free goal setting printable available HERE.

Keep the kiddos on track with this Weekly Chore Chart HERE.

Never forget another birthday with this free printable from The Project Girl!

Planning on reading through the Bible in 2011?  I love the Essential 100 plan found HERE. Scroll down to page two of the PDF to find the reading plan shown above.
This program is built around 100 carefully selected short Bible passages — 50 from the Old Testament and 50 from the New Testament. It enables you to get the big picture of God’s Word and in the process develop a daily Bible reading habit.  More details HERE.
If you want to read through every page, I love the printable plans available at Blue Letter Bible.  Select from  Canonical (straight thru: Genesis-Revelation), Chronological (read it in the order it happened), Historical (as it would have been read in ancient Israel), OT + NT together or Blended.

If you’re looking for some free printable wall calendars, head over to Skip to My Lou where you’ll find 10 different links!

You may also like my post on making your own pretty cash envelopes to help shape up your finances in 2011 HERE.



  1. I just purchased the 2011 Planner from The Project Girl. I was very excited to begin using the planner and now I am very disappointed because it is very difficult to use. I thought I would be able to add my own information but can not figure out how to do that. Can any one help?

  2. says:

    Hi Susan – Mine was super easy to use. When you open the PDF just mouse over the field you'd like to change and click.
    Other than making sure you have Adobe Reader on your computer, I can't think of what it would be. You can contact Design House Digitals and maybe they'd know about computer-specific issues. Hope that helps =)