Torah Family Living planner

Rated 4.67 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

$35.99

We all want to remember everything we are supposed to do and show up for everyday. Our poor brains sometimes have a hard time. Some people use digital methods to keep track of everything. Personally, I get tired of my battery dying, or something going wrong with technology. So, I still use an old-fashioned paper planner. It doesn’t have a battery to die, never needs an update, and keeps my info in my hands, literally!

So paper planners are awesome, trust me, I know! 🙂 But wouldn’t it be even more awesome if we could have a planner that not only helps us keep track of all the things, but also is specially made to help us as Torah keepers? Wouldn’t it be cool to look in your planner and see the word “Shabbat” and right below it the reference for this week’s Torah portion? Wouldn’t it just be nifty to have pages for planning feast day celebrations? Wouldn’t it be handy to flip open your planner and find the Shema and the Amidah?

Look no further. The Torah Family Living Planner will not only help you keep track of life, but it will help you stay focused on your Torah journey.

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I have been a paper planner user for many years. I know that my brain benefits from writing things down, and I feel more grounded knowing that I have at least a rough plan for my day. I am so excited to be able to finally bring you a planner designed just for moms on this Torah journey. I have tried to pack as many Torah keeping features as I could into this package, and try to keep it from feeling like an encyclopedia. This is the second Torah Family Living planner, and I have incorporated ideas from my amazing customers to make it even better.

This planner is handmade. The pages are printed on 60 lb cardstock for durability, and the covers are 10 mil laminate. Your planner will also have two clip in bookmarks, one to mark the current month, and one for the current week.

Here are some of the features.

  • Front and back laminated covers
  • Shema, Amidah, Lord’s Prayer, and priestly blessing
  • Goal pages to help you improve your relationship with YHVH and your family
  • 12 dated calendar spreads (Jan to Dec 2018)
  • 52 undated weekly spreads with Shabbat planning section and shopping list on each
  • 40 blank pages, including lined, blank and gridded to use as you see fit
  • Feast day planning pages with ideas for celebrating each feast
  • Scripture throughout
  • Feast days marked on the calender, with ‘no work’ indicators
  • Torah portion and haftarah portion passages on each Shabbat
  • Two clear plastic bookmarks that can be moved
  • 190 pages total
  • Spiral binding
  • Page size: 7 x 9.5 inches

Brand new accessories available!

Would you like a pocket and coordinating bookmarks for your planner? You can now add a pocket to your existing planner or buy one with your new planner.

2018 matching pocket and bookmarks

Floral pocket and bookmarks

Not sure if you should get the dated or undated planner?

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From our customers:

I just got my planner from Torah Family Living in the mail and love it!!!!! The quality is amazing and it’s a perfect size to carry with me, and I love the planning for all of the feasts. It is so very practical in every way. And it is sooo cute💝. Thank you!!! I recommend the print version for everyone! The pictures really do not do it complete justice.   – Sonja G.

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3 reviews for Torah Family Living planner

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Sonja (verified owner)

    I love my planner, use it every day and carry it in my purse wherever I go! The updates to the new one are fabulous and I can’t wait to get my hands on it! Now the question…..do I order the new school year based one with all of the updates, or keep using my calendar year one since I am less than 6 months into it?? 😃

    • Heidi

      Quite the conundrum, I know! Let me give you more info. I will have a Jan. To dec planner available this fall with an introductory price just like this one. It will have the same features and design, just different dates. If I were you, I would decide whether following the school year or the calender year is more beneficial. The only difference will be when the dates start. 😊

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jane (verified owner)

    Oh my, I am so EXCITED!!! I just received my new Torah Family Living Planner yesterday and as a quick preview, as they say, “before the pen”, I LOVE IT! I’m an organizer/planner from the get go, but have always used my little checkbook-size calendar to order my life (oy vey); but lately have become obsessed over planners, and journals, and binders, oh my. In my search for trying to find that “perfect” planner, I found a whole subculture of semi-likeminded crazy ladies (in a good way) and found there are a ton of planners to choose from. What really set this planner apart from all the rest (set apart pun intended) is just that — as a Torah Observant believer in YHWH and Messiah, my life & week don’t fit the typical planner. I kinda take issue with many planners that reorder the days so that Sat. & Sun. are pushed together at the end of the week as the “weekend” and the 7th Day isn’t set apart. Many planners/stickers, even “faith” planners, seem to perpetuate a very “ME” glorifying, feminist/empowerment mindset. But John 3:30 says, “He must increase, but I must decrease.” That said, I love that the Torah Family Living Planner helps set our hearts & minds toward YAH with Scripture at the bottom of each monthly & weekly page and so nicely orders our days with the Feast Days & Shabbat as a priority; and I love that the Torah portion is given and there’s a special Feast Days section! Heidi really saw this void in planners and did a super job in meeting our “unique” needs.

    For those that might be wondering, the monthly day boxes are a nice size (1 5/8″w x 1 1/2″h), so relatively compatible with a lot of stickers out there. The vertical weekly boxes are approx. 2 1/8″w x 4 7/8″h with the horizontal Shabbat box larger (yeah) 6 1/2″w x 2 1/8″h — very nicely laid out without a lot of unnecessary extras. I will probably do a blog post or video on mine once I get a month or two into it.

    I chose to order my planner right away even though our girls (ages 23 & 20) are graduated from our homeschool and I don’t need to follow the school year, but the fall Feasts are just around the corner and I know this will help me plan the best fall yet, LORD willing! I think I’ll use the lined columns in back to keep track of Birthdays/Anniv. and the other pages?; the possibilities are endless. Perhaps the only thing that would make the pre-printed planner a tad more flexible would be a binder that one could easily add or remove pages; which one could easily DIY if they bought the printable version; I appreciate the option between the two! However, the pre-printed has a very study cover & back and I do appreciate the high-quality spiral in how it lays flat and you can fold pages behind itself. It’s very nice having the pre-printed planner during this season of my life (following elder care/death of a parent) as I just don’t want to take on too much DIY yet. I’m looking VERY forward to using it and highly recommend this planner! 🙂

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Victoria (verified owner)

    I love my planner! Thank you.

    • Heidi

      I am so glad! Thanks for telling me.

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