Who is ready to get organized once and for all? This comprehensive Organizational Binder is packed full of printables for you to print out and put in your own three ring binder in your office or kitchen. It pulls together the commonly used printables and gives a few extras that will make your life easier.
You can always print out just one of the sheets. Maybe you have a bill paying system that you like, but you don’t have a Birthdays and Anniversaries list. Great! Print that out and you are good to go. I laminated the birthdays and anniversaries printable and taped it inside my cabinet so I would not lose it (who me???) 😇.
Let’s take a deep dive into each one of these and see how they work!
If you are anything like me, you will lose track of this page. To help you find it later, I recommend Pinning it!
How to Use the Organizational Binder
We are huge budget planners here and love to give you guys as many options to plan out your own budget each month. I designed this budget planner to move everything into one single sheet of paper. Fixed expenses and variable expenses are up top, followed by income at the bottom. Take those two and you can start analyzing how your budget is looking.
This is different than our original one that is more basic. This one digs deeper. While both are awesome on their own, you decide when one works best for you in your own household.
52 Week Challenge
Anyone looking to take the 52 Week Savings Challenge should print this one out. Whether you use this new one or the other printable here, they are both get the job done.
I go into greater detail how this challenge was the ONE THING that overhauled our financial life years ago.
Seriously – read the post and see what we were able to accomplish.
Birthdays and Anniversaries
This was created out of my need to keep track of family and friends’ birthdays and anniversaries. Yes, I have them on my phone calendar, but without that visual of what the month holds, I don’t remember Suzzie or Sally’s birthday is tomorrow. Since using this, I am better organized and less frantic of a friend!
I am notorious for hitting “close” when the warnings pop up on the phone, and then completely forgetting about them by the time I filled my cup of coffee. To make extra-sure I don’t forget these, I spent a couple of dollars at the local office supply store to laminate it and I hung it inside the cabinet door where I keep my purse. Every day, I open it, and see the reminders hanging there.
We have had this nifty Password Log up on Savor and Savvy for years but decided to make a new one for this binder. It is the most-used printable in my house. My husband is a hard core “Last Pass” guy, but I am still a paper-and-pen gal so I have 3-4 pages of partially used logs all over the place. I was a mess until I consolidated them all onto one single password list.
Don’t tell my husband, but kept all my old pages of logs in the file cabinet – just in case – but that is just how I am. I can’t let it go that easy.
This is a great printable for all those “need to remember” numbers. I am going to admit, I keep most things on my phone, but I also confessed that I’m a pen and paper gal. There is just nothing better than having them in a binder to thumb through and get the number I need.
I get nightmares that I lost my phone and had to call someone to help me — but I couldn’t remember their phone number, because it was stored in my phone! Shivvers!
This printable is a keeper if you have babysitters that need to have emergency contact information. This is taped to the inside my kitchen cabinet door too.
Frankly, this is great for anyone that is happy being “old school” like me!
I love to keep track of my exercises on pen and paper! Sorry digital, but the written down, “in your face”, visual of how much and how often I work out is the best way to go. This is another one that is a great stand alone printable. This will help kickstart the new year! Keep it up on the refrigerator so you don’t forget about it.
We are huge meal planners over here and I love giving you options. This one includes breakfast and lunch where most of them just include dinner.
If you are serious about meal planning and prepping, it is imperative to include breakfast and lunch or we end up overspending by eating out.
This grocery list takes shopping to a whole new level! I added the department categories on this one so you don’t have to wander back and forth throughout the store. It seems so basic, but how many times do we find ourselves going back to a grocery aisle we were at 15 minutes prior? This list will help you stay organized and spend less time in the grocery store.
The Menu Planners and Grocery Lists go hand in hand. Make the menu for the week with the grocery list next to you and fill it in as you go. Make the menu based on what your household is doing this week. Don’t just decide to make spare ribs and then find out that this is the week that you are never home. Look at the calendars and see what is happening in life.
Our other Grocery List is here so make sure to check them out. There are 2 more launching in 2020 so keep your eyes out as well for those coming up!
How to Download and Print the Mini Binder
>>> The entire mini binder is available for download here. <<<
Please, this is for personal use only.