My planner says it is April already! Certainly doesn’t feel like it though as I’m looking out my windows to snow… O northern Minnesota, it’s a good thing you are pretty. Well, so far so good! Back in January I wrote about the Create 365 planner and how much I love it. You can … More Create 365 Planner Update
I hadn’t been able to decide on a planner that could accommodate page space for balancing work, home and going back to school. Using an electronic calendar alone wasn’t working well for me as I felt like I constantly had ideas and to-do’s rolling around in my brain. My friends Emma and Angela both encouraged … More Falling in Love With Bullet Journaling
How the heck did it get to be April??? The first quarter of 2017 is already over, and it’s time to take a peek into how things are going with my BuJo (or if you missed my last post, my Bullet Journal). I am actually super happy to be able to tell you that I … More Using my Bullet Journal as a Planner – Update!
Toting around a planner was never my thing. Even in college with numerous tests and papers due, appointments and outings mapped out, a planner always seemed unnecessary and stuffy. I can see the disapproving side-eyes my lovely Type A friends are shooting my way! But in all truthfulness, I could maintain everything, more or less, in my … More Sacred Ordinary Days Liturgical Planner Review
I have a lot of plates spinning in my life right now. I work full-time as a worship and children’s pastor at a church; I’m going back to school to get a Master’s degree; I love spending time with my husband and daughter; I substitute teach fitness classes at a local gym. I also try … More How to increase productivity with one small action
I’ve always led my life by schedules. Though in recent years I’ve realized that while I do not love being dictated by schedules, I do love the structure. As a self-proclaimed Type A, control freak, the thought of forgetting something – no matter how small, is very stressful. So, a planner is a MUST item for … More Hustle Daily Start Planner Review
I discovered Bullet Journaling, or as it is lovingly called – BuJo – at the end of last year and decided to try it out with a little trepidation. Being (I’ll admit it) a perfectionist, I was worried that I would hate myself if my BuJo was anything less than a masterpiece. And yes, I was … More Bullet Journaling as a Planner
***If you are reading this blog, it is likely you either already know what a Bullet Journal is, or you are hoping to learn more about it. I suggest you visit the home of the Bullet Journal to get a more in-depth explanation from the creator, Ryder Carroll, as I will be discussing more of … More A Baker’s Bullet Journal Review
I love to be organized. I have pinterest boards full of perfectly labeled spice cabinets and beautifully organized pantries. I start planner shopping in October. Scouring the internet for the absolute perfect solution for keeping every aspect of my life in one place, perfectly planned and color coded. The only problem with this whole … More Create Planner Review
I used to get a paper planner every year. During grad school I would go to Staples for a monthly/weekly planner each January. They carried the only planner I knew of that had a month at-a-glance spread (which I need and love) in addition to the weekly spread (which I need and love). I recently … More Erin Condren LifePlanner Review
I remember getting my first Franklin Planner 30 years ago. I loved order and lists and paper calendar pages – and the possibility of achievement that they promised. But when I got my first smart phone in 2007, I discovered the beauty of syncing my calendar between MacBook and iPhone – and I thought I … More Do I Need A Bullet Journal?
I’m truly addicted to planning. I write down what I’ll be doing hourly each day. I am very much obsessed with notebooks, dividers, themed stickers, pens, highlighters, and pretty much anything you can find in n the office supply section. I am also a bit of a planner snob. I used to buy whatever planner … More All My Planning Glory (Arc System Review)