It’s day 14 of blogmas already? I’m so excited to be sharing the various planner styles available in hopes that you’ll find one to jumpstart your 2019. Today is all about faith planners. To be honest, I’m horrible at keeping up with one. I don’t know if it’s the pressure of having to write in it daily or what, but your journey in finding faith should never be a chore. Still, I wanted to touch base on this type of planning and the various uses to make it productive for you. This style may be often referred to as war binders, but I want to touch on those planners with faith themes.
As always, be sure to click the links throughout this post for related posts and links to purchase items/similar styles featured.
Types of Faith Planners
One planner in particular that has a faith theme and is easily accessible is the Happy Planner. You can buy them online, but Michaels, JoAnn Fabrics, and AC Moore have them available in stores. Similar to the other styles of Happy Planners they include a perpetual calendar for 2019 and 2020, a reflection page before the month, monthly and weekly pages (horizontal layout), and a gorgeous divider that you can reuse in the future. I received the Beauty By Faith mini Happy Planner as a prize in a tricky tray and I’m excited to incorporate it into my planning system for 2019.
Another faith planner that I’ve used in the past is one from Horacio Printing Dream Planner. I love the layout of their planner and there’s so many additional pages in addition to the monthly/weekly pages. Those additional pages include:
- Bucket List
- Dream Planning Time Table
- Top 3 Dreams
- Generosity Planning
- Heart Check
- Prayer for the season (Winter/Spring/Summer/Fall)
- Praise Report
You can also choose your layout – horizontal or vertical. The one that I used was vertical.
For more information on the layout, check out my full Horacio Printing review here.
How to Use
Of course you can use these planners like any other to keep track of your daily tasks. For those that are looking for a planner to keep up with bible study, sermon notes, and scripture reflection – these are a great option.
The monthly pages are great for tracking a bible study plan you have. Simply write in the scriptures and in the weekly pages, write out the scripture, or the portion that speaks to you. The monthly is also a great spot to keep track of any important events at church, bible study classes, and church services. If you need extra space grab a list pad and washi tape it into your planner.
How I’ll Be Using
This planner is going to be a self love planner. I can write my scriptures, record sermons that speak to me, keep notes on mental health and self love, and gratitude. I didn’t want to lock myself into the fact that it had to be used as a faith planner just because it’s faith themed. Using this as a self love tool will work best for me.
For more information on the planners I mentioned and a few others, check out the links below to purchase one of your own:
- Happy Planner
- Horacio Printing
- Illustrated Faith
- Michaels | Recollections faith planner