My Well Planned Day Software | Review

This week, one of my readers is going to win a one-year subscription to the My Well Planned Day software! Yes, you read that right. Someone is going to win a subscription to the planning software that does everything except the cooking, cleaning, and chauffeuring! But first, let me tell you about it. . . .
To be able to write books, home-school, mentor teen moms, go on mission trips, and, well, do the mom and wife stuff, one has to be organized. This blog isn’t long enough to list all the ways I’ve attempted to “organize my life” over the years—especially the “home-school” part. 
Yes, there have been various attempts at creating chore charts, family menus, shopping list, and my budget (for starters). I’m sorry now for the forest of trees that sacrificed themselves to help me make my life manageable.
I’ve used calendars, posters, spread sheets, sticky notes, printouts . . . you get the picture. Currently, I have my schedule on iCal, my menu of sticky notes on the fridge, and my budget in a spreadsheet on my computer—to name a few.
I never really thought I could have everything in once place, but it’s possible!
The Well Planned Day offers:
-fully customizable planning
-organization for lesson plans, curriculum lists
-assignments, activities, and grading
-a way to plan menus and form a shopping list
-an easy way to keep up with kid’s chores & responsibilities
-a management system for the family’s calendar…
-…and a easy spreadsheet for budgets and bills
-There’s also a place for projects and to-dos. All in one place!
It’s unfortunate that this year the only one I’m homeschooling is my two-year-old. (We play with play dough and do puzzles, and she’s learning the sounds of the letters in the alphabet.) My oldest son is married, and my middle two are in college. I’m sort of sad about that because I wanted to play with the hom-eschool section in this program!
The homeschooling sections include:
-School Years
-Lesson Plans
The pros:

I love the idea of having everything in one place. Score!

When you add various things (activities, menus, etc.,) they are added to the same calendar, so you can see everything with one glance.

I especially enjoyed the library section that allowed you to search for books to add. By putting in the ISBN, the cover and other details of the book popped up.

Did I mention how cool it is to have everything in one place?

The cons:

The downside was that there weren’t as many books “listed” (with covers and such) as I wanted to add to the library, so I had to type in the information myself.

One other downside was in the “Menu” section. I wanted to post the whole recipe in the “note” field, but it didn’t work. When I tried, it just simply didn’t add the menu item. I solved this problem by adding a web link to the recipe instead.

Since I don’t have homeschooled kids this year, I haven’t played with the curriculum sections enough to get a good feel for them, but what I did see looked great! I’m still learning my way around this software, and there are several updates coming soon. I anticipate it will get more user-friendly, and it looks as if they have some great additions that will be added. I can’t wait to see!

Want more info? Check it out here

You can also connect with them here: 
Does My Well Planned Day sound like something you’re interested in? Then you’re about to be blessed. Below is a coupon code exclusively for my readers! You can use it to receive $15 off the MWPD software retail price of $65. The code is case sensitive, no spaces, and expires on October 1.

Friends of Tricia Goyer code: 29wpdblog12

Would you like to WIN one year access to My Well Planned Day? Sign up with Rafflecopter below. You have two weeks to enter this giveaway!

Disclaimer: Due to international sweepstakes laws, this giveaway is for US entries only. This giveaway is not connected to any social media site. A free copy of this software was provided to me by Well-Planned Day for my honest review.

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  1. I haven’t played much with the life planning side of the software, but I’ve done a lot with the homeschool aspects. Oh my goodness! My favorite part is the “Lesson Plan” feature. All I have to do is tell it what days we typically do those particular lessons, how many sequential lessons we need, and a start date. It does the rest!

  2. Anonymous says:
  3. I am so excited about all that this software offers! I’ve used The Well-Planned Day paper planners for several years now, but I would love a copy of the digital planner!

  4. Anonymous says:

    I think this would be great! I don’t homeschool, but with 3 school-age kids…I am going in all directions! Thanks!

  5. Hello, sweet Tricia! I have been waiting all month to enter your giveaway, lol–I’ve been entering the giveaways everyday in hopes that I will win one of these! This looks wonderful because it combines so many of the apps I currently use plus my printed well planned day planner into one lovely, simplified place! And I’m hoping when they release the apps it’ll be great to use on my iPad!

  6. this looks so great!! I have been using a print planner but this will have so many more options!

  7. forgot email
    lowndeb @ hotmail . com

  8. A digital planner sound AMAZING!!!! Where do you find the time to do all that you do?

  9. This software sounds like it has so much to offer in the way of organization! All the homeschool essentials can cause one to go crazy if not organized. This looks like a great tool to help anyone who homeschools or has a busy life! Thanks for the give away and for bringing awareness to software like this.

  10. I have really been convicted about this lately and have been working towards organizing my life so I can spend more time with my children in a clean house (well as clean as it can get with 2 children)

  11. I’ve been debating with myself about wether I need this or want this.

  12. Let’s try that again with my email this time;)

  13. I have been wanting to try this. I’ve got 3 at home this year.


  14. Anonymous says:

    I would love to win this.
    Wendy Thelen

  15. This looks great! I really need to get organized!


  16. I would love this!

  17. Pick me, pick me!

  18. I am leaving ABeka and venturing out on my own for lessons this year, so this would be super helpful!!

    Heather May

  19. Would LOVE to win!
    petunia389 at gmail dot com

  20. As a new homeschool mom, this would be amazing to help get us organized and off on the right foot!!!!

  21. After homeschooling for 18 years, THIS would make things soo much easier!!


  22. This is my first year homeschooling but I would LOVE this to help keep all my organization in one place electronically!

  23. Lisa Imerman says:

    I would love this!

  24. I need all the help I can get when it comes to organization. Would love to win this. ~Paula

  25. Anonymous says:

    Would love this!

  26. This planner is EXACTLY what I’ve been searching/hoping for to organize my day.

  27. Anonymous says:
  28. pixiedustedhomeschool at yahoo dot com

  29. mama(at)creativemadnessmama[dot]com

    I’ve been eyeing this software for a while, and even though we’re newbies I know it would be amazing to start out in an organized fashion.

  30. I am so excited to use this software as we homeschool and I manage our household as well!

    Thanks for offering this giveaway!

  31. I really like their paper dayplanner. I think I’d love the digital version! spagnotti (at)

  32. I would like to try this program. Thank you for this opportunity. I hope I win!

  33. Anonymous says:

    Wow, this is an awesome contest, thank you for doing this. This sounds like awesome software. I had sent an email previous to your contest asking to review this awesome program at my reader’s request on my product review blog.
    I hope I win then I can do a review for my readers who have been asking for it.
    M. Waters hugapoohlouise at yahoo dot com

  34. With 8 children in the home and teaching grades 11 down to K-4 (plus a toddler and a baby due in January) I need something to help me keep everyone (and everything) on track, My Well Planned Day seems like just the tool to do that!

  35. I’d love to win this, I’m homeschooling for the first year and need as much help as I can get!

  36. Would love to have this!

  37. I would love to have this to help me with organizing all of our homeschooling plans. 🙂

  38. This would be such a help since im looking in to homeschooling for my girls.

  39. lorrie2505 at

    Would love this program!

  40. I would love to win this software. We’re in our second year of homeschooling.

    joellen at fosterium dot net

  41. ambre.sautter@gmail dot com

  42. Thank you so much for the oppurtunity! My email address is, and this is our first year of homeschooling. 🙂

  43. Kim Hawkins says:

    Love the areas of organization mentioned with your app. Finding the right tool helps but you still have to do the work.

  44. Our resolution this school year is to get organized and stay that way. This software certainly sounds like the perfect tool to help us accomplish our goal.

  45. As I am getting busier with non-school things. (church/ministry?/ God things but still…) I really need to work at being more organized and balanced. I would love a chance to try this out.
    thanks for the drawing entry.

  46. This software planner is beautiful, accessible, flexible and I am very excited that I can use it on any of my home computers or my phone! Much better than hauling around the 2 binders I made up.

  47. jessiewright1013 at yahoo dot com Thanks for the chance to win

  48. I’m a big fan of their bound planner. I would love to win this version!

  49. You don’t want to know how many ways I try to stay organized…poor forest!! Sure would be nice to have everything for everyone all in one place though. Love the paper planners…maybe the electronic version will save the trees! 🙂

  50. This looks like something I desperately need. I really need to be more organized- especially with meal planning. The lesson plan feature can also come in handy with my student teaching coming up.


  51. Are you still using MWPD? I, like you, loved this at first but after almost two full school years of trying to make this software work for me I am ready to throw in the towel. It is still not a fully functioning online planner. Have you had others share this experience? I would love to see some online reviews that are more recent than fall of 2012. Thanks for your thoughts.

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