I am a self-proclaimed morning person. I know all of you night owls are probably rolling your eyes at me, but it’s true. Being a morning person doesn’t mean that when my alarm clock goes off, I immediately jump out of bed, wide awake, and I’m ready to take on the day. I have been known to hit snooze and even sleep through my alarms from time to time. I just know that my brain functions so much better in the morning and I need to take advantage of that. Today, I want to share my normal morning routine and how it helps me jump start my productivity.Read More
Hey y’all! February has finally arrived, after what felt like the longest January ever (am I right?!). The newness of the year has worn off and for some of us, that means our New Year’s Resolutions are already falling to the wayside. That’s why I thought this would be a good time to share with you my goal planning system. It doesn’t have to be a new year to start fresh, so grab your planner and lets dive in!Read More
For the past couple of years, I have struggled to find a planning system that I could actually stick with. I have a very type-A personality, so I like to be organized and efficient, but there is also a large part of me that likes to be creative (in a structured way, you know…haha). That is why I have had such a hard time, finding a system that works for me. That being said, I think that I have finally found one, that I will really flourish with. Today, I’m sharing my updated system, that I hope will last me all of 2019 (or at least most of it).Read More
Tis the season for my gift guides! I know some of you are still chipping away at your Christmas list, so I thought I would post one more guide for you. I am a stationery addict, myself, so it was easy for me to put together a list of items, that I would love (or already own).
The great thing about stationery is that pretty much everyone has to use some form of it on a day-to-day basis. Think of all of the office supplies you use, at home and work! Pens, paper, notebooks, and calendars are in every home and office.So, on with the guide! Here are a few items, that I think would be great for the stationery addict in your life (or pretty much anyone else).
Hey y’all! I’ve been wanting to share about my inbox system for awhile now, but I feel like it is always adapting and changing to fit my needs. Every time I think I am ready to tell you about it, I am inspired to do something different. I have finally decided, to go ahead and share what has been working, and if there are significant changes, I will just update you in the future. I have been in a Pocket Filofax for almost 11 months now. That’s right! Almost, an entire year! After, around three years in a personal size, I was ready to change things up.
Do you ever feel like you are on an endless search for a planning system, that will meet all of your needs? I used to feel this way constantly, but I believe I have finally found a planner that works for me. Today, I am going to be reviewing the Passion Planner and explaining why it has become my all time favorite planner. Everyone has different needs, when it comes to planning, but hopefully I can help you make an informed decision, on whether or not the Passion Planner is for you.
Hey Y’all! I’m super excited about today’s post, because I am combining two of my passions: travel and stationery! If you happen to check out any of my non-travel related posts, you may already know that I am a planner girl and a stationery addict. In the U.S. (especially Nashville), we are very limited on brick and mortar stationery stores. That’s why I always make sure to research the best spots for planners and other stationery supplies, whenever we travel. Today, I’m going to share about the stationery stores, that I visited in London.
Hey planner girl! I see you there, struggling to keep all of the facets of your life running smoothly. It’s not always easy to do, am I right?! This is definitely something I struggle with and even though I use a paper planner (usually more than one), I still find myself getting frazzled and stressed at times. If this is something you have experienced, then keep reading, because today I am going to share a few planner tips that I have learned, that help me to maintain a more organized life.
I’m back, today, with a really fun post! If you have read some of my previous posts or seen me mention it on Instagram, then you know that I am about to head out on a big trip to England, France, and Ireland, for two weeks. We are getting SO excited! As a planner girl, you know I have to be fully prepared for anything, and big trips like this are no exception. We have been counting down the days and I needed a way to plan, but also a fun way to pass the time as we have been anxiously waiting. That’s why I have been using my bullet journal a lot more, recently. It’s a creative outlet, vision board, blog planner, goal keeper, and an all-around enjoyable time. Now, I am also adding travel journal/planner to that list!
I am going to be sharing my five favorite spreads that I have done, leading up to this trip. Maybe, they will inspire you to create your own!
Hey planner people! It has been awhile since I shared an update on my planning setup and y’all know it has changed up since my post, in February, right? Of course! Actually, I have been using a Pocket Filofax since late in March. I told myself that if I could stick it out with a pocket, till our trip to the U.K. (and France!) in June, that I could buy more pocket-sized planners on our trip. The thought of seeing all of the shelves full of Filofaxes still makes me happy! I can’t wait! As of now, I have been in this setup for two months and it has worked fabulously.
Awhile back, I posted about the pros and cons of Personal and Pocket size. That was when I was really trying to decide which I liked more. It’s hard to give up the paper real estate of a Personal size planner, but portability and functionality won out and I picked the Pocket!Read More