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Printable Prescription Reminder Stickers for Your Planner

Printable Prescription Reminder Stickers for Your Planner

It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by ALL THE THINGS we have to manage these days. As a wife and mom, there are three people I need to worry about and take care of besides myself, and while I wish I could say I was a born homemaker, that’s just not the case. I need help managing everything, and I need tools to make my life easier. Enter these printable prescription refill reminder stickers.

Printable Prescription Refill Reminder Stickers

These rainbow colored stickers are cute and will work in any planner. Use them to remind yourself about prescription refills, whether to remind yourself to schedule the refill or to pick them up! These are great for ongoing prescriptions or even short-term ones (honestly, those can be the hardest to remember if you’re not used to them!).

Printable Prescription Refill Reminder Stickers

How to use printable planner stickers

New to planner stickers? The only rule to planner stickers is, there is no rule to planner stickers. However, I do have some helpful tips if you’re new to printing your own stickers.

You can read a detailed post on how to make your own planner stickers here. That goes into several different ways you can make them, different techniques, etc. But really, it’s super simple.

First, save the PDF to your computer by clicking on the download button below or by clicking here. Then, you’ll want to print them on sticker paper. If you’re going to cut them out yourself, I recommend printing on full sheet labels, such as these, as they will be easiest to peel. Once you’ve printed them out, you can use your scissors to cut.

If you have a cutting machine, like a Cricut, I recommend using Cricut sticker paper. Quick note: if you’re a crafter, and you don’t have a Cricut, you probably need one. They are amazing! You can do SO MUCH STUFF with them. OK, stepping off my Cricut soap box now!


How to download these printable prescription refill reminder planner stickers: 

You can download the planner stickers here, or download by clicking on the black and white download button below. If you have any trouble, email me and I’ll send you the file directly!

Looking for more planner stickers? You can find them all here.


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Hello! I just wanted to let you know there is no link assigned to “Click Here to Download.”


Yep the download does not work.

Thank you for this. This is gonna be useful.

It is good to know that you can get printable reminders or that you can use an app. My grandmother has some memory issues, and I want to find a way of making it easier for her to get her prescriptions refilled. It seems like doing something like this would be helpful.

Great idea. For people with less than 3 prescriptions per person.

As the wife of a dialysis patient, I quickly learned a Saturday workflow which incorporated filling the 4 a day weekly pill box and immediately calling in any prescriptions with less than 7 days worth left in the bottle. Every Monday was “Pick up prescription day.”

You can also work with your pharmacist to get a fractional month of prescriptions so you can pick them all up on the same day. The hole in this plan involves very expensive drugs which the pharmacy does not normally stock and the insurance refuses to approve more than one or two days before you run out, so the pharmacy won’t order it before the insurance approves it. That one drug will slip farther and farther behind the other drugs which you can order and pick up in a block as the months progress! Still better than having “Pick up prescriptions day” every week!

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