Housecleaning Planner Giveaway for the New Year!

by Emily on December 28, 2015 in Cleaning, Giveaways, Organizing, Tools

Motivated Moms Planner Giveaway

Are you always looking for new ways to be more efficient in your homemaking job?  I know I am.  There are so many things we have to do as homemakers!  We have to do the cooking, the cleaning, the laundry, making lists, doing paperwork…the list of our tasks goes on and on.  I like to find new ways of doing things and try to improve upon them.  The new year is a perfect time to start a new habit–a habit of keeping on top of household chores and responsibilities as much as possible!

One of the tools I enjoy using is the Motivated Moms planner.  It is basically a chore planning system that helps you know what household tasks to do each day.  It really takes the load off of thinking what chores you need to do every day because it’s already been thought out for you.  The planner has sheets that you can print off with check mark boxes to check off each time you complete a chore.  The planner includes a full year of chores.  You can either print it off all at once or print the pages as you need them–it’s up to you!  There are chores given for each day of the week for every calendar day of the year, plus chores that you do every single day, week after week.  When you’ve completed a chore, you can just put a check in the box next to it!

There are several planners available, depending how you much information you want on each sheet of paper.  There are even planners available with a daily Bible reading plan (also with check mark boxes to keep track of what you’ve read).  But that’s not all. You can even get the Motivated Moms planner  for many portable electronic devices such as the iPhone and iPad.  To see all the different planners available, along with sample sheets, go here.

Susan, the creator of Motivated Moms, has generously agreed to give away a Motivated Moms Planner to three different readers of Raising Homemakers!  You get to choose which planner  you’d like.  The only planner unavailable for giveaway is the planner for Android.  This giveaway will end on January 3, 2016.  Please use the entry form below to enter to win a planner of your choice!

And of course if you don’t want to wait or don’t win, you can always get a Motivated Moms Planner of your own here!

Right now is a great time to try the system because everything is on sale through January 4, 2016.  There is no coupon necessary!
Here are the details:

  • 2016 printable ebook planners: $6, normally $8
  • App, Android and iOS (includes 2 months of tasks and server access): 99¢, normally $1.99
  • Year of app data (adds a full 12 months): $5.99, normally $7.99
  • SPECIAL BONUS: with purchase of year subscription of app data from the website only, a free 2016 ebook download will be included. Note: this doesn’t happen via in-app purchase but the year is on sale in the app as well.

Purchase any of these options here.




Emily and her wonderful husband are raising several future homemakers and one little man. Emily enjoys homemaking, homeschooling, arts & crafts, cross-stitching, reading, sewing, and playing piano, just to name a few. She is interested in healing the body through the food God has given us, along with other God-given means such as herbs and essential oils. You can find her blogging about all things homemaking at Blessed Homemaking. Emily also has a God-given gift for art and sometimes posts her creations at Emily's Fine Art.

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Jaclyn Tyner December 28, 2015

My biggest struggle is the planning! I’ve tried several chore “systems” over the years but I always stop because its too much to keep up with with 6 small children. This planner sounds great!!

Wendy Tunnell December 28, 2015

One of my biggest struggles is finding a balance between household chores and just spending time with my kids!

Jennifer S. December 28, 2015

Would love to win! Have had one of these planners in the past, but it was several years ago.

Robin December 28, 2015

With a farm, pregnancy, and little ones to juggle . . . all with a husband who is gone most of the time as a truck driver . . . the household chores are definitely the area where I find myself too overwhelmed to know where to start after everything else (the things that absolutely can’t wait) is done.

Jessica December 28, 2015

I struggle with keeping up with it all due to suffering with depression and anxiety.

Edie C December 28, 2015

I struggle with consistency. I get behind in my housework and then struggle to catch up. I want to do better this year so we can open our home more often to family and friends.

Cecily Faith December 28, 2015

My struggle is feeling overwhelmed because there’s so much to do that I give up…part of this is also lack of planning. I really need help!

Rachel Beita December 28, 2015

I struggle with getting it all done with time to do other stuff. Seems like everyday I am doing housework all day long. This planner looks great for breaking it down in small steps and hopefully stay on top of everything.

Kristi December 28, 2015

Getting distracted and feeling overwhelmed at all that needs and I want to get done.

Danielle December 28, 2015

I struggle with time management. This would help me greatly in keeping track of chores!

Stephanie December 28, 2015

Wow, this looks like this would be a big help for a busy mom! Thanks for your generosity!

Brenda December 28, 2015

I struggle with clutter and keeping a tidy home. Cleaning is hard and seems overwhelming. I need a schedule that works to keep up with it all.

Cassandra December 28, 2015

My biggest struggle is just keeping on top of all the clutter! Our family of 8 lives in a 1300 Sq ft house, so one week of letting it pile up is all it takes to feel overwhelmed. If I keep on top of it, it cuts down on my stress level quite a bit.

Susan December 28, 2015

The biggest struggle I have with getting everything done is organization. I don’t make realistic to-do lists, so then I become overwhelmed and just give up, which makes me feel guilty.

Tammy Chisom December 28, 2015

My biggest struggle is staying consistent and having the time to get the things done. Seems like once you get behind, its so hard to catch back up. A planner sure would help out a lot!!

Caroline December 29, 2015

I struggle with consistency and taking the time to teach my kids how to do it properly and following through on requiring them to help.

Babychaser December 29, 2015

My biggest struggle is renovation. Two and a half years we’ve lived here and we are always in some project. The rest of the house unfinished. I struggle to work at cleaning an unfinished house with exposed beams and plywood flooring. But I know I could do better and need to for the sake of training my children. This would be helpful!

Lorie December 29, 2015

My biggest problem is implementing my ideas, and follow through!

Cassie December 29, 2015

I struggle with there not being enough time in the day to do it all! Between homeschooling a 7 & 5 year old and keeping up with my 3 year one and 2 year old twins it seems like I’m always cleaning and picking up. I’m beginning to feel OCD which isn’t helping!

Cindy McE December 29, 2015

My biggest struggle is being consistent. I start off well, then drift off, then have to catch up ?. Thanks for offering!

Robbi December 29, 2015

Getting stuff done with small kids (1 1/2 & almost 3)

Danielle December 30, 2015

Finding balance between housework and spending time with my kids has always been a struggle.

Elena Marshall December 31, 2015

My biggest challenge is my memory. With 8 kids and the day to day activities along with now planning a wedding for our oldest daughter, …. Thank you !

Jennifer K January 1, 2016

I find it hard to stay motivated and keeping to a cleaning schedule. Which then leads to falling behind, feeling overwhelmed and unsure how to get started again. Viscous cycle!

Kelly T. January 1, 2016

My biggest struggle is balance. I recently had to go back to work and I can’t quite figure out how to keep up with it all. It’s very disheartening.

Christina anne January 1, 2016

My struggle is I get it clean and then it’s a mess again in two hours.

Kimberly R January 2, 2016

My biggest struggle is folding all the laundry and putting it away right after it is done. It is so easy just to leave it in baskets and think to myself I’ll get to it later.

Mandy January 2, 2016

My biggest struggle is balancing raising my two young girls and handling the fatigue. When it’s finally nap time or bed time, I want to rest too!

KathrynFlynn January 2, 2016

My biggest struggle is maintaining a clean house. I’ll work my butt off cleaning house for 2 days but in just as many it’s a mess again!

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