Free Budget and Financial Planning Printables

Is it time to get organized with your budget? Or maybe you’ve got a good budget in place, but would like some place pretty to track your savings or debt payoff? I’m so excited to share that I’ve had a wonderful designer put together a series of beautiful and practical free budget and financial planning printables just for you!

How to Print and Use These Free Budget and Financial Planning Printables

  • To print any of these, simply click on the image below. The printable will appear in a new tab. From there, right click or locate the “print” button from your browser’s toolbar.
  • Some of these printables you’ll want extras of! For instance, if you have more than one savings goal? Print 2 or 3 Savings Trackers!
  • Pick and choose whichever printables are helpful OR you can print them all and make a financial planning binder and notebook! We’ve even included a themed cover for you below if this is your end goal.

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With that, here are the printables and a little bit about how you might use each of them. Enjoy!

Free Monthly Budget Tracker Printable

Monthly Budget. Use this sheet to tally up your income and expenses for the month. This printable is a great way to get a quick “snapshot” view of how your spending and planning measured up in a month.

Free Bill Payment Tracker Printable

Bill Payment Tracker - Free Printable Spreadsheet

Bill Payment Tracker. Never forget another bill – for an entire year! Simply write in the description of the recurring bill (“medical insurance,” “mortgage,” “car payment”), enter the amount and due date, and fill in the bubble once it’s paid! This is an awesome printable to see it all at a glance.

Free Expense Tracker Printable

Expense Tracker. One of the best ways to figure out where all of your money goes is to track it! Write in the description of what expense you took care of, what category it falls under, and the date and amount. Seeing it all on one page can be startling – or inspiring!

Free Savings Tracker Printable

Savings Tracker - Free Financial Planning Printable

Savings Tracker. This printable will help you track your savings goals. If you have multiple savings accounts or multiple goals, you can print a sheet for each. 

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Free New Year’s Resolutions Planning Printables

I love a good New Year’s Resolution! In my experience, your success in reaching your goals starts with making a solid goal and plan in the first place. It’s so easy to slap down a resolution without giving much thought to why it matters or how you’re going to achieve it.

This year, I wanted to help you make your best set of New Year’s Resolutions ever! To do that, I’m offering up a FREE set of New Year’s Resolutions printables you can download and use to assist you through the process.

I recommend you print these out and find an hour or so when you can be quiet and reflect on what matters to you for the year ahead. This might involve leaving your house to hit up the coffee stand or library so you can clear your thoughts.

Resolution Brainstorm

The first printable you’ll want to print out is the Resolution Brainstorm. On this sheet, your goal is to come up with all of the ideas in your head…all those resolutions that appeal to you or you’ve been kicking around for a while.

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Best Prices for Thanksgiving Food Items

Thanksgiving Stock-up Prices {updated for 2016}

Best Prices for Thanksgiving Food

November is such a great time of year to stock up and save. So many pantry basics such as canned fruit and vegetables, flour, oil, and sugar go on sale. I’d like to encourage you to think beyond your Thanksgiving meal when you’re shopping this month and think about stocking up your pantry for the winter months!

Here are a few tips for getting the best deals on these food items in November and saving on your Thanksgiving dinner:

  1. Plan your meal early and keep it simple! If you’re hosting Thanksgiving, I’d encourage you to plan your meal now. With your meal plan ready, you can begin to identify which ingredients you’ll need so you can keep your eyes peeled for deals throughout the month. We’re already seeing these items on sale at stores. Also, encourage guests to bring a dish and keep things simple! There’s no need to cook a turkey, a ham, 12 side dishes, and 8 pies if you’re serving 6 people!
  2. Keep an eye on unit prices. We’ll be seeing some deals on bagged flour and sugar, but do pay attention to the unit prices. Do they best what you can do buying in bulk at a store like WinCo?
  3. Buy your spices in bulk! Generally you’ll begin seeing jarred spices go on 50% off or buy one, get one free sales this time of year. However, you might be better off just buying what you need in bulk. Several stores in my area including WinCo, Fred Meyer, QFC, and Whole Foods Market have an option for buying spices in bulk. Don’t let the high per-dollar price scary you off – you usually only ever need an ounce or less of a given spice and you’ll end up paying pennies at checkout.
  4. Get your coupons ready! We’ve already started seeing some great coupons come available for Thanksgiving food items. Make sure to gather these and keep them handy. We’ll be getting a number of holiday-related coupons in Sunday paper, and I have additionally seen some pop up at
  5. Watch for Turkey deals. Once again, I have been rounding up the best prices on turkeys at the grocery stores. IN addition, you might want to check out my post on determining a good price for a turkey in 2020.
  6. Buy a few extras to donate. With the great deals we should be seeing this month, keep your local food bank or church pantry in mind! This is a good time of year to put your ninja couponing and bargain shopping skills to use!

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Free Spring Cleaning Checklist Printables

Whenever I need to do a substantial clean, I find making a checklist incredibly helpful for keeping me focused! Sometimes, I’ll also set the kitchen timer for 30 or 60 minutes. This helps me reduce distractions and plow through it!

If it’s time to start spring cleaning in your house, get inspired with this set of beautiful spring cleaning checklists. The printables are completely free for you to print and use. Consider it a small gift (and a nudge!) to get it done.


Included are four different Spring Cleaning printables. The pictures give you previews of what’s included.

Spring Cleaning – Kitchen Printable. This list will make sure you get all the necessary deep cleaning done like the appliances, counters, and trash can. Plus, extra space for you to add your own tasks.

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