2014 Cornerstone Confessions Everything Planner and GIVEAWAY

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I started using a blog planner this past summer and it really has become a life saver for me.  If you have a blog, try to keep up with schedules, homeschool or household items and use a planner, you know what I mean.  The one I downloaded for 2013 just didn’t have everything I needed to run my household. 

Recently, I came across the 2014 Cornerstone Confessions Everything Planner and realized this was the perfect planner I was looking for.  All the options I need for blogging (especially the Password Keeper) is found in her Blogging Bundle.  Now I will be able to put down those chores that only need to be done certain times of the years and I won’t forget and the menu planner for the week.  Great for setting up my grocery list.

Here are the different planner bundles to choose from:

The Blogger Bundle

  • Over 100 printables
  • 32 goal planning pages
  • 9 weekly planning pages
  • 28 editorial calendar pages
  • 8 blogging planning pages
  • 8 social media planning pages
  • 14 contacts pages
  • 4 password Keeping Pages

The Homeschool Bundle

  • Over 100 printables
  • 28 calendar pages
  • 2 dates to remember pages
  • 9 quiet time pages
  • 4 family records pages
  • 9 weekly planning pages
  • 32 goal planning pages
  • 13 homeschool planning pages

The Homemaker Bundle

  • Over 140 printables
  • 28 calendar pages
  • 2 dates to remember pages
  • 9 quiet time pages
  • 3 health and fitness pages
  • 4 menu planning pages
  • 7 holiday planning pages
  • 4 family records pages
  • 32 goal planning pages
  • 9 weekly planning pages
  • 17 financial planning pages
  • 14 contacts pages
  • 4 password Keeping Pages

A few highlights from the planner include:

  • Cute bird and polka dot gray scale designs for money-saving printing.
  • New quiet time, health, menu planning, family records, goals, financial, holiday, contacts, passwords, and homeschool sections in addition to many of the homemaking and blogging printables found in my 2013 Blog-and-Home Planner.
  • 5 bundle options so you can choose the right price and right printables for your needs.
  • Both blank and suggested chore schedule options to give you inspiration when you need it and freedom when you want it.
  • Over 60 Bible verses spread throughout

Here is a video of  Kathy at Cornerstone explaining her different planners.

 

I was so excited when Kathy sent me the link to download her planner and explore it a bit.  Very easy to download and print and the easy to follow instructions are on her website.  I printed the planner on 32 lb paper because any pen I use won’t bleed through to the other side.  I hate when that happens.  I use a notebook as Kathy does in the video, but you can take your printed papers to Staples and have a spiral notebook made for about $5.00.  I’ve never done this process before but I’ve read from many others they really like doing this.  Easier to carry around, but I am always changing things around in my notebook and want to have that option.  Click here to visit Cornerstone Confessions to find out more.

Kathy at Cornerstone Confessions is giving one of these planner bundles to one of you!  The winner will get to choose one of the 3 (Blogger, Homeschool or Homemaker) bundles.  The giveaway will run through midnight December 23rd.

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I hope everyone has a wonderful day,
Tammy

 

19 Comments

    1. This is a great planner and since I started blogging more seriously, I needed something I could print out more pages of and BIG spaces to write on.

  1. Yes, I use planners but I will need a new one for next year. My current panner doesn’t have all the components I need to be more complete and helpful. This planner looks wonderful and has many different printables. I would LOVE to win it and try it. Thank you for the chance.

  2. I am planning on using a planner this next coming year. It is one of my new years resolutions to be more organized especially when it comes to finance.

  3. I love Kathy’s planners, and would love to win this one. And, I’m happy to have found your blog through a link on her FB page!

  4. Hoping to become more frugal as my husband is joining me in retirement and I feel like planning is the way to achieve this goal. Keeping my fingers crossed!

    1. Dianne, I never used a planner until after retirement. But maybe its because I don’t have such a hectic life now and can plan things more correctly or either I can’t remember. *LOL*

  5. I have used planners here and there. I am new to blogging and have one printed to start off with 2014. I think it would be lovely to have one that I could use for both blogging and household priorities!

  6. I used to use planners and found they were helpful on keeping my life organized. Now I use the mom calender which is awesome but I need something that I bring with me.

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