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Well Planned Gal

2020-2021 College Daisy


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Becoming an Organized and Productive Adult!


    The College Planner is fully dated, beginning July 1 and running through June 30.
    A spacious 2-page monthly spread helps students with appointments and monthly scheduling. Each month also includes space for planning projects and tracking goals. Assignments, due dates, daily work, and routines can be maintained on each week's 2-page spread.
    This 6" x 9" planner fits easily into a backpack for convenience and accessibility.
    Step-by-step instructions guide college students through creating routines, building a schedule, tracking daily activity, and setting goals.
    Life and time management tips are including each month on the project planning page as well as on each weekly spread.
The simple act of creating a schedule and a budget can make an incredible different in the college years. And, having it all in one place makes it even easier! Well Planned Gal’s College Planner is specially designed for keeping track of assignments, due dates, to-do lists, special dates, finances, and more. With helpful articles and worksheets built in, students can learn how to build routines and budgets, find plenty of time for rest and fun, and enjoy a healthy and full college year.

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Planner Features

  • What to Bring to College Checklist
  • Semester Goals & Book Lists
  • 2 Page Monthly Calendar Page
  • Read through the Bible in a Year Plan
  • Monthly Notes, Tips, & Projects
  • Monthly Budgeting Worksheet
  • 2 Page Spacious Weekly Layout
  • Assignment Scheduling & Grading
  • Inspirational Quotes

Bonus Features

Step by Step Instructions

The planner opens with a comprehensive article outlining how to best utilize each section of the planner. A two-page spread shows how to utilize the planner with a real life example of a college student's week.

Weekly Layout

With designated areas each day for assignments due, assigned during class, and work to do at night, college students can keep course work on track, never missing a deadline.

Life Skills

Each week, students are challenged with questions about real life skills. From finances and taxes to resumes, jobs, and home management, my goal is to get students thinking about becoming an adult.


Based on the popular Make Your Bed video, each weekday contains five white blocks for students to check off completion of daily routines.

Professor and Scholarship Worksheet

Keep a log of professor contact information and available meeting times. Also track important dates for scholarship deadlines.

Time Management Worksheet

Find instructions on how to track and manage time, accompanied by worksheets. This tool helps students recognize where time is spent and how to adjust to incorporate all their responsibilities.

Money Skills and Budgeting Worksheet

Learn how to set up a budget and find answers to common money questions in this article. Worksheet space is included for students to practice. Each month, students will find an additional worksheet for tracking their budgets.

Setting Goals and Worksheet

This section includes step-by-step instructions on how to set goals in all areas of life and a worksheet to plan and execute those goals. Each month has a goal tracking area.

Courses, Booklist, and Schedule

Plan up to 18 credit hours (6 courses) each semester. Track course details and books needed and create a detailed daily schedule.

New! Accessories Available!

This year I have created a whole line of planner accessories! From snap-on covers, folders, and bookmarks to elastic bands, pens, pencils, and more, you can find a wide variety of options to enhance your planner. All accessories are sold separately.

Additional Information

ISBN 978-1-949828-14-6
Grade College, 12
Condition New
Publisher Well Planned Gal
Academic Year July 2020 - June 2021
Page Count 176
Format Spiral Bound
Dimensions 6(w) x 9(h) inches
Price $17.95

Using Your College Planner


College offers a brand new adventure. Along the way, though, there is much to keep up with: classes, homework, extracurricular activities, a work schedule, finances, and more.

The College Planner is a resource small enough to slide into your bag or keep beside you on your desk, yet large enough to help you balance all of the various aspects of college life.

Whether you are holding your brand new College Planner and trying to decide how to implement it into your routine or you are still trying to decide if it’s right for you, join me on a walk through the planner to see just how much is packed into this life management resource. And best of all, this year there are two designs: Blossom and Linear!


These first pages are filled with tips and suggestions for transitioning into more independent adult life. First you will find a “How to Use Your Planner” article, complete with a sample weekly spread. Next, you’ll find specific articles and forms to help you organize each new year.

Growing Up!


Unlike many of my other planners, the idea for a college planner did not necessarily spring from a need seen in my own life or that of my children. Instead, as I developed resources that met our needs, I saw young adult friends, both from within and outside the homeschool community, who struggled with time, life, and financial management during the college years. Although there were resources targeted for adults or for the college life, nothing quite fit what I knew my own children would want or need if they chose the college route.


College is the first step in your journey of adulthood. Gone are the days of mothers waking you at your bedside and teachers reminding you of your homework. These days are wholly your responsibility. Whether you are a seasoned college student or this is your first year, time management is often the key to productivity and, ultimately, success in your college experience. How do you navigate such freedom and liberty without stumbling into the vortex of procrastination?

College Planners

As my daughters finished high school, they each chose a different path for higher education. For one, it was a small classical college; another chose a technical school; and yet another decided to attend a state college. As I watched them manage their time, I realized they were experiencing the transition between the teen years and adulthood.

At this point in their lives, they needed more than a planner for school assignments. They needed a systematic approach to time management for juggling school, job, relationships, and activities. With this in mind, I created a college planner that allows them to assess how they spend their time, manage money, and set goals. As well, the weekly spread is intentionally designed to navigate class schedules and assignment due dates.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is this planner for young adults in general, or specifically for college students?

The College planner is specifically designed for managing class loads.

Would this planner work for students at a technical college or in some other training setting?

Any setting that includes course or class assignments and deadlines would be a good fit for the College planner.

Can this planner replace the planners some colleges are currently requiring for their students?

Students desiring to use the College planner in place of a required planner purchase will need to communicate with their school directly to determine whether or not the College Planner is an acceptable substitute.

Customer Reviews

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I love this planner! Review by Hannah
The daily assignment tracker has been absolutely vital to my success in college, the class information pages are super useful for keeping up with textbook rentals and professor information, and the monthly budget is super handy and includes everything you could possibly need it to. I also like the daily Bible verse suggestions on the calendar, and I'm always excited to see the new designs every year! This is hands down the best planner for college students! (Posted on 3/4/2020)
Functional Review by Anonymous
Really helps me stay organized! Love the verses also. (Posted on 3/4/2020)
Excellent for Organizing my Freshman Year Review by Amadeus
This planner will keep you organized. I really like that it has space for me to write my class schedule in. It has a budget portion built in and little boxes with a life skill written in which is very helpful. It is very functional. (Posted on 3/4/2020)

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