Homemaker’s Friend: A Smart Planner for Women on the Go

Homemaker's Friend: A Smart Planner for Women on the Go

Updated on November 22, 2017

If you’re like me, you juggle a million tasks a day – household chores, work assignments, family commitments, social appointments. Without some kind of organization, you’re likely to feel overwhelmed.

What you need is a personal planner. A smart planner for women on the go. Homemaker’s Friend is a must-have for busy women like you.

Thousands of women use Homemaker’s Friend to simplify their lives. If you’re the Martha type (Luke 10:38-42) – always scurrying about, overworked and overwhelmed – this planner is just what you need.

NOTE: I received a free copy of Homemaker’s Friend in exchange for an honest review. The favorable opinion expressed in this post is my own.

What is Homemaker’s Friend?

Homemaker’s Friend is a smart planner for homemakers of all stripes: busy moms, work-at-home wives, women in the workplace, or anyone on the go. Sue Hooley developed this scheduling resource after years of homemaking and motherhood.

Homemakers Friend: A Smart Planner for Women on the Go

As a mom of six children, Hooley understands a homemaker’s day. She knows that no two days are alike, and tasks don’t always fit in the neat time slots of a typical planner.

That’s why Homemaker’s Friend is different. Basic but flexible. Compact but roomy enough for all your notes. It’s a smart way to plan your days, no matter what’s going on with your schedule.

“Through eleven moves, from one child to six, from toddlers to [adults] … this basic, flexible planner kept me on track while allowing me to change from one stage to the next,” wrote Hooley.

Homemaker’s Friend is the professional version of her homemade planner of years gone by. Since the first edition in 2010, thousands of women have used this resource to organize their days and duties.

I discovered the planner last year, when the author sent me a copy to review for this blog (read my review here). I was quite impressed with many of the features, especially the weekly calendars and tear-out shopping lists.

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The New Edition is Here

Although the new year is three months away, I’m pleased to announce that the 2018 planner is here – hot off the press! This gives you plenty of time to get YOUR copy before the holiday rush.

I know several women who would love Homemaker’s Friend for Christmas. I’m sure you do, too. So when you buy YOUR planner, order some extra copies for your Christmas list. And share this review with your tweeps:

What’s in the New Edition?

The new edition of Homemaker’s Friend is similar to this year’s planner. The spiral-bound book (5.5 X 8.5 inches) has an attractive, laminated cover and seven tabbed dividers:

Homemakers Friend Daily Planner 2018

  • Yearly Calendar
  • Monthly Calendar
  • Weekly Planner
  • Tasks Lists
  • Projects and Events
  • Information
  • Shopping Lists

You’ll also find inspiring quotes and Bible verses sprinkled throughout the planner. And each purchase comes with a bonus: FREE menu planning worksheets to make your mealtimes easier.

One of the best features of Homemaker’s Friend is the compact size. I love it! The planner tucks neatly into my computer bag (which goes everywhere with me), so I’m never without it.

A Smart Planner for Busy Women

Homemaker’s Friend really is a smart planner for busy women, and it can make YOUR busy days a little less stressful. The 2017 planner has helped me make the most of my time, and I can’t wait to put the new version to work!

If you need a new planner for 2018, stop by Homemaker’s Depot and grab a shopping cart. Homemaker’s Friend is a bargain at $14.99, and Hooley offers free shipping on three or more planners (those Christmas gifts 😉).

2018 Planner

And Now, Over to You

Thank you for reading my post. Now it’s YOUR turn to chime in. What are some of the “million tasks” you juggle each day? What’s your favorite way to avoid overload?

I would love to hear how you organize your days. Let’s fill the comments with friendly conversation. Scroll to the end to leave a reply, ask a question, or just say hello.

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Acknowledgments

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References: Homemaker’s Friend Daily Planner

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