What is the Torah Life Planner?
It’s an annual physical planner with the same great features as the Torah Family Living planner, but with a simpler, cleaner design. Not into fancy graphics, but still want to keep track of all the things? The Torah Life planner helps you with the details, and also reminds you to prioritize your Torah journey.
Who am I?
I am a mom, just like many of you. I used to be very disorganized, and important things got forgotten all the time. (Yes, I even missed a mortgage payment once.) Even my marriage was suffering because I was forgetting to do things that my husband had asked me to take care of. I knew I had to change, so I started with a notebook, and over time and with trial and error, I designed the Torah Family Living planner. It now goes with me everywhere and is used many times every day.
I have been a paper planner user for many years now. 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. If you need help deciding how to customize your planner before buying, please contact me. I would be happy to help you get the features you need to get the most benefit from your planner. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are some of the features.
This planner is handmade by me. The pages are printed on 24 lb paper 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. A pen loop is attached to the back cover as well. Many of my customers have happily reported that their planner survives a year of use quite beautifully because of the durability.
- 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
- Prayer request pages in the front
- Scripture copywork suggestions
- 12 calendar spreads (You can choose undated or the current dates.)
- 52 undated weekly spreads with Shabbat planning section on each
- 60 blank pages, including lined, blank and gridded to use as you see fit
- Feast day planning pages with ideas for celebrating each feast and appropriate Scripture passages
- Feast days stickers and omer counter stickers to put in your monthly spreads (Jewish dates are listed with stickers for your reference.)
- Torah portion and haftarah portion passages on each Shabbat
- Two clear plastic bookmarks that can be moved
- Pen loop inside back cover
- 200+ pages
- Spiral binding or disc binding, your choice
- Page size: 7 x 9.5 inches
You may now choose between spiral bound and disc bound for your planner. Please choose one option by clicking the appropriate button near the add to cart button. You may also choose between undated and dated. Be sure to check the current dates if you choose that option.
Want to print and create your own planner? This can be a great option for flexibility, or if you are looking at high international shipping charges. You can get the PDF version here.
From our customers:
Your daughter is so talented, her artwork is truly beautiful. I will admit the beauty of your planners is one of the things I enjoy about them. Looking forward to ordering mine, thanks for the awesome improvements! – Samantha S.
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.
Is it really worth it?
Yes, you can get a calendar at the dollar store or large department store. But, be mindful of the limitations. They are cheaply made and fall apart well before the calendar runs out. The boxes are way too small to actually plan out your day. There are no Torah features, such as Shabbat, feast day pages, Torah portion readings, and prayers. They also have a hugely annoying lack – no note pages! Many planners sold online are beautiful, but are so detailed that you have to use them exactly as intended. I don’t know about you, but I change how I use my planner, sometimes on a weekly basis. I have used lots of different methods for planning my time, and the Torah Life planner has accommodated them all. If you need some ideas on different ways to use your planner, I am available to help you.
When you buy the Torah Life planner, you also have support from me. I can help you get a system going, and show you some of the ways I have used my planner. I also am happy to help if you have anything happen to your planner, such as a torn page. Just let me know if you have any problems, and we will find a solution. You can contact me anytime at email@example.com.