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New: Planner Printables to Customize your Hope Planner Pocket

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If there's one thing we've learned, it's that the inner pocket of a planner is a lifesaver when it comes to collecting loose paper we inevitably need in our attempts to organize life.  So we thought to ourselves, "how can we bring more structure to the chaos of scrap paper that piles up in the pocket?"  

The answer:  Printable planner sheets!  

Yes!  We've designed a host of printable planner sheets to help you customize your planner in a way that works for your needs, and also in a way that turns messy notes, into mindful notes.  Something our brains can all benefit from. 

The Hopefuel Planner Printables, available in immediate PDF download, turn freestyle note taking into focused planning for big projects, weekly meal plans, grocery shopping, party planning and more for just $4 each. 

Here are a few of the designs....

Printable Weekly Meal Plans and Printable Grocery Lists

Printable Birthdates

Printable Project Manager

Printable Lead Tracking Sheet

Printable Quarterly Goals

Printable Party Planner

...and their will be a few more to come soon! 

You can use our pre-designed templates to put your thoughts and ideas on paper in a tangible, organized way you can print and reuse over and over again. 


printable planner sheets

Need a planner?  Shop our collection of Christian planners, faith planners and prayer planners at the links. 

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Meet The Editor

Heather Vreeland

Heather Vreeland wants to help you find the peace of mind that comes from filling the gaps of your faith, not productivity - that's why she started Hopefuel. Whether through our products or prayerfully picked words here, her hope is that a spark will be ignited within you to seek a vibrant relationship with God everyday - not just on Sundays - by reading your Bible, understanding your faith, and spending more time in prayer to improve your spiritual health, not your daily performance.