Have you ever created something that you love so much that you squeal like a little girl every time that you look at it? That is exactly how I feel with my newest printable. Everyone knows I’m a totally Happy Planner addict and in the beginning of 2017 I switched to the big one. Unfortunately, there aren’t a lot of accessory pages for the Big Happy Planner. That’s why I created these colorful candy planner sheets to accompany the regular planner pages. Getting them from the printer was like a birthday and Christmas present all in one!
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Colorful Candy Planner Sheets
First, let’s answer the big question you have. What additional sheets are a part of this? I created the most important sheets for your daily life to help keep you on track. That includes:
- 12 Monthly Budget Pages
- 12 Monthly Financial Planners
- 2 Debt Payoff Tracker
- 2 Important Dates
- Yearly To-Do List
- Yearly Goals
- Password Keeper
- Monthly Habit Tracker
- 4 Blog Post Ideas
Note: You’ll Need The Happy Planner Big Punch to Add These to Your Planner.
Monthly Budget Sheets
There are 6 sections to the monthly budget sheets and they are different than any other budgeting printables you will find. The budget itself is only broken down into 2 sections. I have tried traditional budgets that are broken down into a ton of different categories. You know what? I never stick with them. You can learn more about my budget format in-depth later this month. Until then, here is how to use the different sections of this monthly budget sheet.
- Monthly Staples
- These are the expenses that are necessary and unchanging each month (for the most part).
- Examples of these are your mortgage, insurance, and food.
- These are the monthly expenses that you have chosen but that aren’t absolutely necessary for living and working.
- Examples of these expenses include any outstanding debts (credit cards, loans, etcetera), subscription services, and paid television.
- This section is for keeping track of your emergency savings.
- This is not for your envelope breakdown, vacation fund, or Christmas savings.
- If you are not keeping a register of your account transactions, you need to start today. You cannot rely on your internet account balance.
- Don’t Forget
- This section will help you remember uncommon monthly expenses that only occur during certain times of the year.
- You will also find blank lines to write in personal expenses such as anniversary plans, graduations, and more.
- Monthly Finance Goal
- It is always smart to readily set and view your financial goals often. This keeps it front and center each month to keep you on track.
Monthly Financial Planner
This section helps you plan your monthly finances. Start by budgeting each paycheck and then keep track of any events or expenses coming up that month.
- Paycheck Planning
- Write each pay date and amount at the top of this section.
- Use the following lines to plan what expenses will be paid with each check.
- Event Planning
- Use this section to plan for any parties, trips, anniversary dates, and more that are happening this month.
- Only one is included because you do not want to over-extend your budget to try to include everything you want (but don’t actually need).
- The last section on the Financial Planner page is to note any anomalies for the month. This includes extra paychecks or bonuses you are expecting and unexpected expenses.
Debt Payoff Tracker
Paying off debt is definitely a priority. Keep track of where you are at in the process with these pages. List each debt and its beginning balance. Then use the remaining lines to track payments and updated balances.
Additional Planner Sheets
The remaining planner sheets do not need explanation (except for possible the Yearly To-Do List which will get explained in its own post). The rest of them are all basic additions to keep you organized throughout the year. In these sheets you’ll find:
- Important Dates
- Yearly To-Do List (Again, I will explain this further in its own post.)
- Yearly Goals
- Password Keeper
- Monthly Habit Tracker
How to Get Your Colorful Candy Planner Sheets
Okay, now it’s time to answer the big question which is how you get your hands on all of this awesomeness? You can get the additional planner sheets for free by clicking right here! As an added bonus, I’m also giving you the blog post ideas pages with them. They are all included in the link above. You can grab the budget planner sheets here. Not enough? Do you want even more? Get an exclusive discount for being awesome and save 15% on your budget planner sheets. Enter the code “diyreaders” and you can snag all 26 pages for only $8.50.
Make this the year you finally get organized and dominate your finances with these colorful candy planner sheets. What is even better is that the bright colors and fun candies make these pages something you look forward to using daily! Did I mention that I’m absolutely in love with these? You will also need to snag the Happy Planner Big Punch so that you can add these to your planner. It is so worth it. I use this thing all of the time to add fun pages and useful accessories to my planner. Don’t forget to use your exclusive discount code (diyreaders) to save on your budget printables now. Then come back at January 1st to find out even more about rocking your budget this year!
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I’m a nerdy, crafty mom of three adorable little kids. I love writing and creating, but in my non-existent free time I also love karaoke, taking my kids to the zoo, and reading. I got my degree in Science (no idea how that happened) but I took every English class I could get my hands on because, yeah, I’m that girl.