PLANNING

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How to Plan When There Isn’t Anything to Plan

How to Plan When There Isn’t Anything to Plan

As the pandemic keeps pushing on, it may seem like there's legitimately nothing to put into your planner. When everything shut down and plans stopped, I seriously considered just chucking the whole thing into the bin and trying again in 2021. But here are a few ways...

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How I Plan Out My Blog/YouTube Content

How I Plan Out My Blog/YouTube Content

With over a decade of creating content online, I've tried my fair share of content planning. I've used tangible planners, Google Calendars, and pages of lists. Yet my current content strategy has been by far my favorite and the one I've kept up with the most. I use...

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How to Deal with Repeating Tasks/Events in Your Planner

How to Deal with Repeating Tasks/Events in Your Planner

Despite how life seems to be right now, it usually can get pretty repetitive. There are always events or things you want to track in your planner that happen over and over again. So here are a couple of strategies I use to deal with repeating tasks and events in my...

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Where to Find Free Artwork to Make Stickers

Where to Find Free Artwork to Make Stickers

If you have a Silhouette but are pants at designing your own stickers, finding artwork can be costly and time consuming. If you're using stickers for personal use, here are my favorite places to find artwork to use in my planner. If you aren't sure how to make...

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Erin Condren Daily Life Planner

Erin Condren Daily Life Planner

It's shocking that Erin Condren planners have been in my life for six years. That silly little girl back in 2014 didn't know what she was getting herself in to! This year's release has the planner that is the answer to ALL of my planner dreams. A coiled daily planner....

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Easy Ways to Memory Journal

Easy Ways to Memory Journal

If you're anything like me then you have this weird desire to collect brochures, postcards, and bits and bobs during your travels. For so many years I'd just keep them in a box or an end table for a few months, get fed up with the clutter, then chuck them. A vicious...

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