For my final planner test of the year I chose the S.O.S Planner from Kayse at Anchored Women. It’s a digital download that has lots of customizable options to choose from. I used this planner in 2017 when I was homeschooling my boys and loved it. Since that time she has updated a lot of the pages, but kept the things I loved. Here’s what I chose for December.
You can print it in different sizes and have it spiral bound at your local copy store, but I chose to keep it in my binder and printed it full size. Each month starts with a nice big calendar and notes area. (Sorry my pictures aren’t the best, gray Oregon skies in the winter are hard.)
After the calendar there are pages for monthly meal ideas (the biggest column is for dinners, then areas for breakfasts, lunches, and snacks). The next page is an area to list you projects, how you will rest, chores, and people to connect with.
Then we get into the planner pages for the month. I love these! There’s a spot to break down projects, habits, and focus for the month. The next page is the weekly overview. Meals, notes, to-do’s and don’t forget.
Then there is an option for daily pages (which I chose here) or weekly pages (below). There are quite a few layout options for these pages. This one includes a place for prayers, priorities, meals for the day, my top three items, numbered time schedule, checkboxes for tasks, and a lined spot at the bottom for notes.
This weekly layout is nice with a habit tracker and daily schedule and weekly goals.
And at the end of each week is a weekly review page where you can look back and reflect and record notes and the best memory of the week.
I’m excited to try this planner again for December. I’ll update you with lots of pictures at the end of the month! If you’d like to check this planner out, you can see all the info here.