I designed the Slave Collection as a way for Owners and slaves to have a central place to plan out and maintain their unique dynamic.

The Slave Journal helps you to clarify each other’s needs, set intentions, look at what being a slave means, create a contract, create statements to each other, establish a ritual of intention, look at uses and allowances, create routines and structures, get clear about discipline and punishments, establish house and slave rules, establish slave tasks, create a weekly and monthly routine and track punishments.

I designed the Slave’s Daily Log to compliment the Slave Journal although it can be used on its own. It’s an undated daily log where the Owner and slave can record the day’s focus, the day’s mood, the day’s schedule, the day’s tasks and any notes for the day.

Together they’re a great way to keep the Owner/slave dynamic on track!

I’ve put these both together to form the Slave Journal Collection to give you a discount if you purchase both.

Below you’ll find some sample pages. Click on each title to expand the selection. 
Not every page is represented here.

All text in red in the sample images are NOT part of the
planner but examples of how you would use the planner (what you might write).


The Slave’s Daily Log is a wonderful place for the Owner and slave to keep track of the slave’s day to day operations.

The Owner will want to dictate the slave’s daily focus, schedule and tasks while the slave will want to indicate their mood and take any notes during the day that can be reviewed later with their Owner.

It’s a wonderful space for the Owner and Slave to keep track of each other and to connect on a daily basis.


The Slave Journal starts out by helping you to get clear about the Owner’s and slave’s needs. It’s very important, specifically in this type of power exchange dynamic, to get clear about each other’s needs first.

This is your space to state your ideals, your must haves and your deal breakers. If you don’t share what you want, how can you expect to get it?

Highlight similarities in one color and the differences in another. Discuss these similarities and differences and see what compromises need to be made by both partners in order to move forward.

Getting clear about this now will help you to have a more powerful and fun dynamic.



A slave contract is included in the Slave Journal since it’s a powerful way to cement the power exchange dynamic.

I’ve included the basic framework to guide you through creating a slave contract. You will have filled out previous pages that have helped you to get clear about your dynamic and what you want it to look like, making creating the slave contract that much easier.

Most people like to include each person’s role and agreements to the dynamic in their contract. Work on writing the contract together. Writing your commitment down makes it stronger.



The Slave Journal includes space to write out the slave’s tasks.

The Owner will want to fill out these pages to give clear guidance to the slave. This section is broken down to include daily, weekly, monthly and other regular tasks.

This space is intended to be used as a reference for the slave and Owner to ensure that the slave is staying on track with its tasks. 


The Slave Journal includes one weekly schedule for the Owner to schedule regularly occurring tasks, chores, appointments, schedules, etc., that they want to ensure the slave does.


The Slave Journal includes one monthly calendar for the Owner to indicate regularly occurring tasks, chores, appointments and/or schedules.

This calendar is intended to represent every month moving forward and is a wonderful way to ensure that the slave stays on track.

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