It's July and for me that means starting new planners. Each year the style I choose may be slightly different but I have found that my underlying system remains the same. That planning system security allows me to change into a different planner and still keep all the balls in the air. For me planner peace is a combination of my system being right and then which planner will support that. I've dabbled in lots of planners but there has always been an Erin Condren in the mix. For this year's planners I have chosen an hourly layout and the new A5 Daily Duo.
Hello! It’s me, Natalie, here with a question to ask you: what do you do with your leftover stickers? I don’t know about you, but I really dislike having a few stickers left on a sheet. It feels untidy, and they look so lonely and left out! So, I was delighted to find, when I opened one of the Advent Experience packets, a beautiful EBDUK sticker album.
As you may remember from my previous blog post and from my Instagram handle@vixwashiwizardry, I love washi! I've lost count of the number of rolls I own but it's in excess of 300. But washi's not all about rolls now, it's about strips, sheets of strips, like theA5 washi strip sheetsfrom EllieBeth Designs. They're really versatile and handy to carry on the go in your planner. They are so colourful and used on their own, or with rolls, they can be used in a number of creative ways.