Monday’s Musings #131 & A Homemaker’s Daily Planner Giveaway

A Homemaker's Daily Planner | What Joy Is Mine

I’m back and looking forward to sharing great stuff here again. And what better way to start it all off than with a giveaway!!! I am so excited to share with you all a really awesome daily planner. I started using this planner this month and let me tell you…it works so well. In more detail, the Daily Planner has all I need to organize my family’s schedule, my daily and monthly tasks and more.

Let me begin with how well it’s laid out. It begins with the year at a glance followed with a “dates to remember” page. That’s where I mark birthdays and anniversaries. I like this in a planner. The Homemaker’s Daily Planner then moves onto the monthly and weekly pages. The month section runs from December of the year ending to the January of the following year. For instance, December 2013 – January 2015. This is so helpful for me because of the carry over factor. Plus, I love the full page layout that shows the whole month at a glance.

Next, there is the weekly section. Each full layout shows the entire week I’m on so I can write down my daily schedule. There is a task list area at the beginning of each week (for duties I want done that week) and a place to write down our menu plans for each day. Being a task list gal, I love that there is also a separate task section following the weekly pages in the Daily Planner. The pages are untitled so I can make them work for my agenda. I used mine to write down my September tasks for around my home. However, you can use them for seasonal tasks, homeschooling ideas or other special lists you want to accomplish.

Now one of my favorite sections of this planner is the projects and events pages. I will be using this page for our upcoming cookie party. Again they are blank so you can make them work for you. The last two sections cover contact information you need on hand temporarily and perforated shopping lists for those grocery runs in the week.

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The Homemaker’s Daily Planner is such a wonderful tool for keeping your life organized. It is also beautifully made with words of encouragement included before each section. Plus, the size of it is perfect enough to fit inside my purse so I can have it on hand wherever I go.

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Today, Sue Hooley, the creator of this fabulous planner, is graciously giving away one 2015 Daily Planner to one winner. You can enter below. Also, until the end of  September she is also having an awesome BOGO offer for her 2014 and 2015 planners. Buy the 2015 Daily Planner and get the 2014 planner FREE! The benefit of this is you get a chance to use the 2014 Daily Planner to finish out the year and get comfortable with it so you’re ready to put the 2015 planner into action in the new year. Enter the giveaway and/or just purchase the Daily Planner BOGO offer. If you win the giveaway (and you bought the BOGO offer), you can give the extra planner as gift to another sweet mom. Now onto the giveaway.

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MondaysMusings2014 Monday’s Musings Purpose: I would LOVE! to have you share encouragement about being a child of God, being a wife, mothering, homemaking, homeschooling, recipes, etc. Truly anything that would encourage another is acceptable. (I reserve the right to remove anything I deem unacceptable. Keep in mind this is a Christian blog.) Please link directly to the post you’re sharing. Be sure to link back here by using a text link or the logo below. This link up party stays open until Wednesday evening and I ask you to share the love by visiting another blog and encouraging them. Oh, and sometimes I share your posts on Pinterest, Twitter and/or Facebook because I desire for others to be blessed as I was. Thank you for stopping by and linking up. Now, let’s get to sharing. Link following this post. Grab my button and place on your blog so others can join in.

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  SiggyJuly  

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Monday’s Musings #130

I’m still on my blogging break and wanted to remind you to be sure to come by each day this week and read some awesome posts by some awesome bloggers. If you follow me on Twitter and/or Pinterest, I am posting them on there as well. Looking forward to having you link up and share your favorites posts this week. Have a good one.

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Monday’s Musings Purpose: I would LOVE! to have you share encouragement about being a child of God, being a wife, mothering, homemaking, homeschooling, recipes, etc. Truly anything that would encourage another is acceptable. (I reserve the right to remove anything I deem unacceptable. Keep in mind this is a Christian blog.) Please link directly to the post you’re sharing. Be sure to link back here by using a text link or the logo below. This link up party stays open until Wednesday evening and I ask you to share the love by visiting another blog and encouraging them. Oh, and sometimes I share your posts on Pinterest, Twitter and/or Facebook because I desire for others to be blessed as I was. Thank you for stopping by and linking up. Now, let’s get to sharing. Link following this post. Grab my button and place on your blog so others can join in.

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SiggyJuly 

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Monday’s Musings #129

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Well, as you read this I am on my two week blogging break. I am looking forward to a little breather. However, I will probably be scribbling ideas down in my notebook anyhow. But you, my sweet reader, are in for treat while I step away for a bit. Several wonderful bloggers are guest posting during my break. They cover topics from motherhood to marriage to faith building and more. I’m so excited to share with you some fabulous bloggers and invite you to stop by every day and be encouraged.

Also, two more days and the Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle will be available. Most of you know I am a total advocate for being healthy and this bundle will be filled with much information and encouragement about being and living healthy. Come by Wednesday and pick up one for yourself. However, you can get your bundle FREE if you get enough referrals. Read more about that HERE! There will be ebooks covering natural health and wellness and much more. There is also bonus offers worth $200!! It’s over $1000 worth of healthy living information for $29.97!!! Be sure to come by and check it out.

I am always encouraged by what you share on Mondays. Thank you for that. Truly. Time to link up now!

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Monday’s Musings Purpose: I would LOVE! to have you share encouragement about being a child of God, being a wife, mothering, homemaking, homeschooling, recipes, etc. Truly anything that would encourage another is acceptable. (I reserve the right to remove anything I deem unacceptable. Keep in mind this is a Christian blog.) Please link directly to the post you’re sharing. Be sure to link back here by using a text link or the logo below. This link up party stays open until Wednesday evening and I ask you to share the love by visiting another blog and encouraging them. Oh, and sometimes I share your posts on Pinterest, Twitter and/or Facebook because I desire for others to be blessed as I was. Thank you for stopping by and linking up. Now, let’s get to sharing. Link following this post. Grab my button and place on your blog so others can join in.

What Joy Is Mine
SiggyJuly

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Monday’s Musings #128 & Work Heartily

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Today is Labor Day. It’s the day we recognize “the achievements of the American workers” according the Department of Labor. Yet do we really appreciate the idea of work? Some would rather not work and some really do enjoy what they do for a living. However you look at it, work is ordained by God.

In Genesis 1, we see God model this for us. He created the world and all its contents. For six days he designed and brought to life the earth we stand on including the firmament and the waters. And since we are created in His image, we should have the same heart about work as He did. In Genesis 2:15, it says, “The Lord God took the man and put him in the garden of Eden to work it and keep it.”  From the beginning, he designed us to work.

Work does have purpose. The main one being to provide means for a living. Since little is free, money must be made to provide for our basic needs: food, home, clothes, etc. Working hard also gives us a sense of accomplishment of doing a job well. “The soul of the sluggard craves and gets nothing, while the soul of the diligent is richly supplied.” (Proverbs 13:4) Plus, we are called to work unto the Lord. “Whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord and not for men.” (Colossians 3:23)

Whether our work generates a paycheck or not, all work it is to be done with joy, diligence and in service to the Lord. “So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God.” (1 Corinthians 10:13) Moms even we are called to the same obedience. We may not get a paycheck but our duties are still work before the eyes of God. “In all toil there is profit, but mere talk tends only to poverty.” (Proverbs 14:23) Our profit is not in cash but in the satisfaction of taking care of what God has put under our care: our family, marriage, home, etc.

Today let’s remind ourselves that work is a part of how we were created in His image. It is a good component of our being. And work well done unto the glory of God will be a blessing to us. “You shall eat the fruit of the labor of your hands; you shall be blessed, and it shall be well with you.” (Psalm 128:2)

Now onto our party! Just a note to those of you guest posting for me in a week, I am working to get it all up and will be emailing you this week with your post date. If you haven’t heard from me, don’t fret. I am making my way through each post as time allows. Thank you again for doing it. I’m excited to share each one of you here at WJIM.

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Monday’s Musings Purpose: I would LOVE! to have you share encouragement about being a child of God, being a wife, mothering, homemaking, homeschooling, recipes, etc. Truly anything that would encourage another is acceptable. (I reserve the right to remove anything I deem unacceptable. Keep in mind this is a Christian blog.) Please link directly to the post you’re sharing. Be sure to link back here by using a text link or the logo below. This link up party stays open until Wednesday evening and I ask you to share the love by visiting another blog and encouraging them. Oh, and sometimes I share your posts on Pinterest, Twitter and/or Facebook because I desire for others to be blessed as I was. Thank you for stopping by and linking up. Now, let’s get to sharing. Link following this post. Grab my button and place on your blog so others can join in.

What Joy Is Mine
SiggyJuly

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