Here’s a fun one! I made colorful “binder” paper. It has to be printed so it’s not a full page, but you can trim it to size or or resize it to be some fun stationery.

Binder Paper 8.5 x 11 - Small Spaced - RainbowBinder Paper 8.5 x 11 – Small Spaced – Rainbow

Binder Paper 8.5 x 11 - Large Spaced - RainbowBinder Paper 8.5 x 11 – Large Spaced – Rainbow

Here’s one I use a lot: a migraine tracker I made for my A5 planner.

This is something that runs in the family, throughout several branches for at least 3 generations, and I’ve been trying to get a handle on mine for a while now. Sometimes that means just trying to figure out what triggers them and how long they last, they’re not necessarily avoidable (hello, neurologist!). So I thought I’d make this available for any fellow sufferers who need to keep track of theirs, too

 MigraineTrackerMigraine Tracker – A5

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I LOVE Brain Dumps!! I have a Traveler’s Notebook I do them in, but I love them so much I made print outs for my A5 Filofax for them so I could do them in there when I wasn’t carrying my Traveler’s Notebook. I thought I’d throw them in here because although I call them Brain Dumps, really, you could use them for any sort of lists you want to use them for.

To do, grocery shopping, craft shopping, wish lists, scrapbooking ideas, the lists go on and on!

Brain Dump Short Checklist

Brain Dump – Short Checklist – A5

Brain Dump Long ChecklistBrain Dump – Long Checklist – A5

One of the ways I’ve been trying to get my spending under control (aka saving my money to put it towards debt) is to think before I buy. Sometimes that involves putting something on a wishlist so I don’t buy it–sometimes once you think on it, you just don’t need it. And other times, you just need to find it elsewhere cheaper.

Here’s a quick, easy wishlist I put together to help me get my wishlisting under control. Sometimes I go crazy by putting a lot of stuff going on it (sometimes fun things like Pop! Funko figurines come out in groups, so that list grows fast!), and sometimes I go a long time without adding anything to it. But having somewhere to put it sometimes just helps with the urge to shop. I hope it helps you, too, if you need it.

 Wishlist FullWishlist – Full Size

Letter writing month (February) is past, but that doesn’t mean you still can’t challenge yourself to write some letters! I made both a full page spread and an A5 spread with places to note the start date, end date, make notes, as well as to label each letter sent–either with the sent date or who you sent the letter to.

Challenge yourself to send them consecutively, or just challenge yourself to send them throughout the course of a year. Make the challenge your own. Either way, just have fun!

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Letter Challenge FullLetter Challenge – Full

Letter Challenge A5Letter Challenge – A5

Here’s something that has been a huge help to me on my financial journal, and just in general: check registers! I don’t write checks that often (although I still use one or two a month!), so I use check registers faster than I get them. It made a lot of sense for me to make my own and I’ve gotten a whole lot of use out of them. I hope you do, too!

Check Registers
Check Register – Lined

Check Registers
Check Register – Green – A5

Check Registers
Check Register – Blue – A5

Check Registers
Check Register – Purple – A5

Check Registers
Check Register – Rose – A5

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One of my credit cards offers free FICO scores, so I whipped up some pages to keep track of them. I hope you can use these, too!

A5 - FICO
FICO Score – A5

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FICO Score – Shaded – A5

A5 - FICO - no border
FICO Score – no border – A5

A5 - FICO - no border - shaded
FICO Score – no border – shaded – A5

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Here’s something I thought was fun: I took those Savings Jar and turned them into Journaling Jars! So, in a break from sharing some finance downloads (don’t worry, they’ll be plenty more!), here are two Journaling Jars I created. At first, I totally “emptied” out the jar. I thought it would make a great page “fill” with ephemera, like postage stamps or magazine cut outs, or to draw a scene in. The second thing I did was create a jar with lines because I am a journaler by nature and who wouldn’t want to journal inside the jar?

Journaling Jar - Full
Empty Journaling Jar

Lined Journaling Jar - Full
Lined Journaling Jar

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I have some downloads that have really helped me get my finances together and so I thought I’d share them with you in hopes they’ll help you.

I created the Debt Pay Down page to keep track, and to keep myself motivated, to see the debt go down. Yes, it’s great to keep track of on a spreadsheet on the computer, but it’s nice to pull out my planner and see numbers while I’m fretting, and to look back and see the whole pay-down journey, rather than just what was paid down that month.

I hope the pages help you keep track of your finances and you find as much motivation in using them as I have.

Debt Pay Down Lined
Debt Pay Down – Lined

Debt Pay Down Shaded
Debt Pay Down – Shaded

Debt Pay Down Lilac
Debt Pay Down – Lilac

Debt Pay Down Pink and Green
Debt Pay Down – Pink & Green

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The first thing I did when I decided to start Dave Ramsey’s Baby Step One was The Thousand Dollar Jar. After I created it, I felt completely overwhelmed. How was I going to save that much? Easy–a little at a time. So I created The Hundred Dollar Jar.

And yet–that still didn’t cover everything. I was so motivated to keep going that I thought I could use it for other things as well. Maybe I want to use the jar to break down paying off my credit card into chunks, or save for a vacation, start a Christmas fund–there are so many possibilities! So I created these Custom Savings Jars.

Are you saving for a trip to Disneyland? A new car? Let me know!

Personal Custom Savings Jar
Personal Planner Savings Jar

 

A5 Custom Savings Jar
A5 Custom Savings Jar


Full Size Custom Savings Jar
Full Page Custom Savings Jar

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