I’m sharing these 8 printables with you for free; I really hope you enjoy them. From interior prints to handy checklists, all available to you as an instant download. As someone whose life feels like its whizzing along at 90 miles an hour I use these alot - especially the To Do List and meal planner (I'm always thinking 'What shall I cook tonight?!').
To download any of the printables, just click the link below and select print, it's as simple as that!
A beautiful Spring print
This printable would work perfectly in your hallway or kitchen, next to a bunch of spring flowers. Pop it in a white frame (The Range or ASDA are great for inexpensive frames) for an instant spring interior update.
An ‘Oh Deer’ design print
This is a cheeky , fun Deer print. It’ll brighten up your day / office / bedroom. I love the simplicity of it.
To do list
I for one work better when I write down everything I have to do. Simple but effective, capture every little task that you know needs to get done – whether it’s taking the cat to the vet, arranging a window cleaner to remembering to buy your bestie a birthday card.
Weekly family meal planner and ingredients list
I often found that I couldn’t think what to cook each evening, resulting in unhealthy food choices and expensive visits to the local Tesco on the way home. Instead I now try to plan my evening meals for the week and order my shopping in advance. Whilst I’ve not included any recipes for these meals, they are all really simple meals where you can’t really go wrong – just bung ingredients in the pan!
Life’s complicated and we’re all in a bit of a rush. Use this planner for staying focused. Writing stuff down is half the battle, then once its down on paper, you can focus. This planner allows you to record chores / water intake, meals and exercise as well as your key priorities.
Moving house checklist
With lots to think about when moving house, this checklist acts as a handy prompt of things you need to remember, to remove moving day stress. Keep it in your handbag on moving day
Monthly budget planner
It’s difficult to save money when you don’t know how much you’ve got to spend. When getting started you will find it helpful to cross check your planner against your bank statements, if you miss things off then your planner isn’t going to be accurate.