The end of the month is my favorite time of the month as I get to set-up the calendar for the following month in my planner. Am I obsessed? Do I have a problem? Eh, whatever. Let’s talk planners! Continue reading “Simple Planning | February 2017”
I am so excited to be bringing you guys this blog post today as it’s been a year in the making! I uploaded last year’s planner to YouTube and one of the first comments said the planner wasn’t minimalist. The planner was minimalist in comparison to many of those belonging to the YouTube-Planners out there, but it got me thinking how I could make it more minimal.
“Bujo,” or Bullet Journaling, is something that’s been on my radar for a little over a year. It’s a method of journaling, a tool you can use, that is simple and fast. It’s quick enough that it doesn’t such up to much of your time, but thorough enough that it’s easy to be productive and stay on task. I actually had adopted the “key” outlined by creator, Ryder Carroll, into the Day Designer I’d tried out for four months. It just didn’t stick and I wasn’t sure why until I picked up a new journal for a fresh start.
You guys are totally interested in planning posts, so I thought I’d give a little update on my planning situation. As you might have guessed from the title, I’ve ditched my Filofax Domino and moved on to something else. Let’s go over why I made the swap and the features of the Day Designer. Continue reading “Ditching Filofax for a Day Designer”
Within the planning community you can find all kinds of styles of planners, planning methods, decoration techniques; planning is as versatile as life is! However, I haven’t been able to find too much on planning as a minimalist. Over the course of a year, I’ve developed my own methods that I’d like to share with you. If you find this post helpful, please share it and help spread the word! Minimalist planning does exist! Continue reading “Keeping A Minimalist Planner for 2016”
I love my planner, and have been forcing it to work double duty as my wallet since October 2015. However, purchasing planner inserts is expensive and I haven’t found any in stores that work for me. This year I’ve decided to make my own inserts and share them with you! Continue reading “DIY Your 2016 Planner”
It’s that time of year again, back to school. With class starting soon or already underway there is a lot to think about. Is your technology ready for the new school year? Read on to see how you can prep your tech to take on the new year! Continue reading “Back To School: Technology Prep Checklist”