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Dog Days of Summer
Yesterday the family hopped in the car and we took a road trip west to Tillamook, Oregon. Tillamook is home to a cheese and ice cream factory. We got to see how cheese is made, and eat big bowls of tasty ice cream. The coast is just a few more miles down the road, so we went to the beach to play in the sand and water. I don't know who was more excited: my daughter CQ or Louie the dog. Here's a picture of Louie in full frolic mode.
I know I'm a computer guy, but I still depend on my paper planners. Sure, I can use Google Calendar or Outlook or a phone app or whatever, but if it's not written down in black and white (and sometimes circled in red for good measure), I might miss it. With my latest round of additions, PrintablePlanners.net, now has more than 300 planners and planner pages to choose from. I've continued to add to the site since I started it just four years ago, and this latest round of additions includes new "trackers," checklists, and information sheets.
At PrintablePlanners.net, you'll find planner and organizer refill pages
in seven popular sizes to fit organizers by Franklin Covey, Day Runner, Day-Timer, and others (in Executive, Desktop, Travel, Personal, Pocket, Hipster, and Mini sizes), or just print out the full-page (Executive) versions and use a standard office binder. It's up to you! Print as few or as many pages as you need. They're all free to download individually and are PDFs.
Some of the variations on the site include traditional daily, weekly, and monthly calendars as well as specialty pages such as to-do lists, contact information lists, trackers, journal pages, and more. The 13 new pages I just added (actually 26 because they're available formatted for both left- and right-hand pages with binder hole punch placement) include: a Bible study tracker, checklist for new parents, child information form, direct sales party planner, errand manager, garden projects grid and notepaper, Internet information log, personal fitness record, vehicle mileage log, scrapbook layout planner, and a pro's and con's list.
All of the printable planner pages are PDF files and you can download and print them for free one at a time. If you'd like the added convenience of downloading the entire collection of a particular planner size at once, that option is just $9.
My website, PrintableTimesheets.net, has more than 90 daily, weekly, monthly, and other timesheets to choose from. They're popular with small business owners, employees, independent freelancers, and anyone who needs to keep track of work hours in one form or another.
I've just added 12 new variations, including timesheets wi
th: commission, expenses, lunch periods, and room for project notes. There are also new sheets for students, volunteers, and drivers as well as full-color per-project timesheets and sheets for those with multiple jobs.
Existing timesheet categories include templates for various work periods as well as versions that calculate comp time, sick time, or overtime.
All of the timesheets are free as a PDF version you can print out and write upon. If you need the added functionality of a spreadsheet, opt for the XLS (Microsoft Excel and other compatible programs) version for $9 per design.
Also, please take a look at PrintableTimesheets.net sister site, PrintableTimeCards.com
. There, you'll find nearly 30 time cards to download, print, and write upon in pen (PDF versions), or opt for the premium version that can be edited and adjusted in Microsoft Word and other DOC-compatible programs.
Enjoy the new forms and templates, and please keep sending me your ideas for new printables. I plan to add more new stuff, including all-new sites, very soon. Happy printing!
I was pleased to hear from Cyndi, who wrote to thank me for providing the free and low-cost printables for doctor's offices and health care consumers at FreePrintableMedicalForms.com. She wrote: "Thank you so much for the doctor's visit record form. I teach Medical Billing and have had no example of one for my students."