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    Default Household Binder Example

    This is from a member of another board I am apart of. But I checked with her and she said it was ok to share.

    I just had too! I think that a lot of you will find this useful, as did I.

    http://elizalives.blogspot.com/2008/...der-novel.html
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    Thanks!! It looks like a lot of her print-outs were from

    http://www.organizedhome.com

    That is a pretty cool link, as well!
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    My binder is in such a state right now, thanks.

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    I have a binder that I started with flylady.net. I wonder where it is (lol). I am just starting a budget and I am not quite sure how to go about it. I am working on the grocery/household budget right now. I have just started keeping track of how much I am spending. I do menu plan and stick to it, but I am not even sure how much we spend a month on groc/household right now.....

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    Found my flylady binder, need to update it. I printed out some weekly and monthly calendar pages for free at calendarsthatwork.com. I also found some good budgeting pages to get started at betterbudgeting.com for free.

    Thanks everyone for all of the help getting started.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewLeaf View Post
    I also found some good budgeting pages to get started at betterbudgeting.com for free.
    These are excellent sites - thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NewLeaf View Post
    I printed out some weekly and monthly calendar pages for free at calendarsthatwork.com. I also found some good budgeting pages to get started at betterbudgeting.com for free.
    These are excellent sites!
    Me -

    Cat Mom to two one year old kitties, Phantom and Bernie

    Knitted hats and scarves for the homeless - 10 sets (to be completed in November)

    Complete pillowcases for kids with cancer in hospital -20 done - 30 to go.

    Learn to knit socks

    Lose 10 lbs (so easy to put on, so hard to take off) by December 2010

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    This motivated me to update my old control journal. I did a search for household journals on the internet and came up with some really interesting examples. Mine is now majorly overhauled. I've managed to go through three binders and reduce them into one. I am very happy.

    Jean

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    We're supposed to have a binder? J/K ~ I think it's a great idea and I passed the link along to my DD. Thanks!
    Nancy

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