I experienced a new feeling this year when opening my new planner. I experience complete fear of starting it! This is something new to me as I’ve just dived into every planner I’ve ever had. I think I honestly looked at a blank day for 20 minutes at one point before putting it away for another time.0 comment(s)
This year I feel like I have spent longer than ever setting up ready for 2020. I think I actually started in November when I bought my PowerSheets and then journaled about the things I wanted for my planner set up for 2020. Unsurprisingly though, my line up has already changed, but I’ll come to that later.
After a period of one planner, I have gone back to multiple planners for different purposes.1 comment(s)
This week is a big planner week - the start of a new year! Whether you're starting a new planner or half way through and revamping your system it's a great time to be inspired by the planner community and try something new. Read on to find out what's on the Creative Planning Team's planner stack for the new year.
Happy New Planner Year!0 comment(s)
At this time of year the Creative Planning Team's thoughts turn to all things Christmassy. There are lots of new planner products on the horizon that complement EllieBeth Designs range of amazing collections and sizes of stickers and the Team have been exploring the options. Read on to see what's on their Christmas wish lists.0 comment(s)
So after many years of using multiple planners at the same time, I decided earlier in the year that I wanted everything (OK, practically everything) in one place. My everyday carry (EDC) was my personal ring planner and my main memory planner was my Erin Condren Life Planner which stayed on my desk at home. With life being so hectic I was finding it hard to find time to put my memories on paper. A good planner friend told me about the Hobonichi Techo Cousin, and from then on I was hooked.0 comment(s)
Planner Itch. It’s very contagious and extremely prevalent at this time of year. I myself have been suffering from a chronic bout of it, which has lasted almost 12 months. However, never fear, lovely planner people, for I am here with an antidote to planner squirrel syndrome which I hope will help you to quell the irritation and start your new year itch-free!0 comment(s)
I love my Hobonichi Weeks. It’s my perfect sized on the go planner. And I love the fact of how much you can fit inside. Plus there’s just something about the paper. I obviously chose the Penguin Weeks for 2020. Well I’ll let you in on a secret – I actually have two! One for my everyday on the go and the other for a social media planner. You can’t officially start using it until November 25th but I’ve been using the notes pages in the back since the middle of October. I’m very keen to get going but also using the opportunity to practice my layouts for 2020. Not sure I’m there yet but I’m getting there. The Weeks seems to be a very popular planner at the moment so I thought I’d share my favourite sheets I use and how I use the Weeks.0 comment(s)
Who doesn’t love Christmas! The excitement, the anticipation and the magic ..... I just love all of it, especially the planning! To have a smooth running December and holiday season in our house, I need to have rest days, activities, fun and even spontaneity planned in. Using EllieBeth’s “Let it snow” kit adds the perfect mix of colours and fun to all my planning, making me just as excited as th0 comment(s)
So with only 3 months of the year left I decided to change planners.... why ??
Well I hadn’t been using my vertical erin Condren life planner, it just wasn’t working for me anymore. So decided to bite the bullet and I ordered the Hourly version instead. It was a late night order, I must make the best decisions at night. My new planner arrived within the week and I couldn’t wait to get planning.
I am an avid fan of the Passion Planner and have used all three sizes at some point in the past four years. For me, one of the best things about the stickers from EBDUK is that they are flexible enough to fit in all three sizes of Passion Planner.
There are three sizes of Passion Planner which have gone through a recent name change. They sizes are Large (previously the classic) - this is letter sized which is a bit shorter and a bit wider than A4; medium (previously the pro) which is B5 and small (previously the compact) which is A50 comment(s)
Oh dear! It’s that time of year again. The time when our thoughts turn to the rapidly approaching New Year and what planners we’ll be using. It seems quite common that towards the end of October – in line with the clocks going back and winter arriving – people who plan are feeling a little “itchy”.0 comment(s)