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Any easy, basic budget worksheet to stay on your financial track.
This bill payment tracker is how I track my bills and make sure they all get paid on time 🙂 I have moved it to an excel spreadsheet now but it is the exact same layout. This just keeps me from missing bills…not that I have ever done that… 😉
I started writing down a list of login’s and passwords when I had to travel for work. I was afraid that if something happened my husband wouldn’t know how to access anything. I keep mine in a household binder so everyone knows where it is. It has come in very handy! I have spoken to friends whose spouses were hospitalized and they didn’t know how to access anything or how to pay the bills, not a great spot to be in, so I highly recommend keeping a hardcopy list of all login’s and passwords handy at all time.
An easy way to organize small projects, keep track of who is responsible for which step and meet all your deadlines!
Need I say more?
I believe that one of the biggest struggles in accomplishing goals is that looking at a goal without breaking it into manageable steps can be a bit overwhelming leading to procrastination. This page is designed to break down your goals into manageable steps that are no overwhelming and to also act as a guide so you always know what your next steps should be. How many times have you looked at a project or had a goal and just didn’t know where to start? Writing it out the actual steps can help keep you on track and moving forward!
A medication list is must for everyone taking any medications or supplements. Need more info? Check out my post on why they are so important https://twentyfivehoursaday.com/2018/04/30/one-simple-tip-that-could-save-your-life/