The Homesteader’s Home Management Binder Pages!

by Merissa on December 31, 2012

in Featured, Simple Living

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Working full time from home, being a full time homemaker, and a full time mom can be crazy. I have to stay organized otherwise nothing gets done!

I tried some home management binders and fillers. They all came with things I didn't use and were missing things I really needed to plan my unique lifestyle.

So finally I decided I needed to come up with my own. Something that would be filled with all the papers I actually needed!

The Homesteader's Home Management Binder is filled with 29 pages that will help you keep your urban or country (or even city!) homestead well managed. You can even use this even if you don't can or garden and you just want to organize your household! You will be able to keep everything in one binder so when you need something or need to write down some info you have it all in one place!

Here are the pages included:

  • A Full 12 Month 2013 Calender to keep track of important appointments
  • A Garden Planning Worksheet
  • A Canning Planning Worksheet
  • Weekly Cleaning Checklist
  • Monthly Cleaning Checklist
  • Daily To-Do Page
  • Gift Idea List & Planning Sheet
  • Vehicle Maintenance Log
  • Emergency Numbers Page
  • Birthday & Anniversary's Remembrance Page
  • Winter Prep Checklist
  • Summer Meal Planning Worksheet
  • Winter Meal Planning Worksheet
  • Full Page Checkbook Register Page
  • Website Username & Password Sheet
  • Grocery Shopping Lists
  • Monthly Bill Pay Worksheet

You can find out even more info about these binder pages on The Homesteader's Home Management page. Also on that page is a free detailed download on how to best utilize each of the pages included to make your lifestyle simpler!

Right now if you choose to buy The Homesteader's Home Management Binder pages you can use the coupon code ORGANIZED to get an additional $1 off your purchase! This coupon code is only valid this week so use it while you can!

And if you do decide to download the binder pages, don't forget about these FREE printables I've already created that you can add to your binder!

When to Buy Seasonal Produce
Best Months To Buy
Price Sheet
Best and Worst Foods to Buy in Bulk
Canned Foods Inventory
Fall Cleaning Checklist
Quick Preservation Guide
Pantry Needs Printable (for Stockpiling)

I hope you enjoy this latest project of mine. It took a lot of hard work to create just what I needed and what fit my special needs as a homesteader so I hope you take advantage of it!

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{ 13 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Tara December 31, 2012 at 9:29 am

WOW. Once again, you save the day! lol….I actually wrote on my daily daytimer to FINALLY get my home mgmt. binder together for the new year. I have been writing down the categories I want but it felt scattered. Now (thanks to you and your wonderful sense of timing!) you have literally saved me hours today. Although I am not a true homesteader (I live in Vancouver! lol) I am practicing for our future. Thanks again for everything – in the last year you have become my no.1 website.
Happy New Year! Tara
BTW I tried those oatmeal packets you sent me the info on – perfect.

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2 Merissa December 31, 2012 at 10:30 am

Well I hope you enjoy my home management binder! And I think anyone can be a “homesteader” now matter where they are!

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3 Tara December 31, 2012 at 10:37 am

Your categories are great – I will tweak a couple of them just to better suit our family, but that will be much, much easier than starting from scratch! I think I now possess a homesteader-frame-of-mind or value system. Seems so much simpler which nowadays equals better! I have asked for canning supplies for my bday in April and I printed off all your canning pages. We are really hoping to sell our home in 2013 in order to better live the life we so desperately want to live. Your website is and will be my go-to. Thanks again.

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4 Merissa December 31, 2012 at 10:48 am

Well good luck to you in the upcoming sale of your house. I know sometimes it’s hard to make that decision but I like what Dave Ramsey says about “Live like no one else does so you can live like no one else does.” !

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5 Cynthia L. December 31, 2012 at 11:52 am

I have lived with a binder/calendar for at least 25 years! When my daughter was born, I had it by my side and everyone thought it was funny until they needed a phone number, a date, or something! You have created something wonderful here!

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6 Jodie Fitz December 31, 2012 at 1:21 pm

I love getting organized! Feels fabulous…I love binders; they are my life line – lol!
Happy New Year!
~ Jodie at http://www.jodiefitz.com

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7 Ellie December 31, 2012 at 6:20 pm

I was fixin to use the code to buy your sheets but it says it is expired. It says it is good this week. Shouldn’t it work still? Or am I doing something wrong?

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8 Merissa December 31, 2012 at 9:14 pm

Sorry about that, something went wrong with the code but I just fixed it now!

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9 Ellie December 31, 2012 at 10:21 pm

Thanks! I can’t wait to get started with it!

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10 Ellen C December 31, 2012 at 8:40 pm

I love my binder. It helps keep me organized.

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11 pam gemmecke January 1, 2013 at 7:19 am

Thank you! I can’t afford to buy a binder right now, but I have all of your printables downloaded. I am hoping to get a binder soon!

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12 Amy January 4, 2013 at 12:57 am

Love this! What a handy and helpful binder… Best of luck sharing this well needed information… Wishing you a wonderful 2013 ~Amy

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13 Peter January 4, 2013 at 2:25 pm

I love the idea of using a binder to get organized like this. I’ve tried to do some of the same on my computer…but realized its just easier to put it all on paper. Instead of opening files and waiting for things to load, the binder idea is much more efficient.

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