Lawn Fawn has a new planner set called, Plan On It, and it's got lots of great little icons and images to create lists. I love color so I use all the fun Lawn Fawn inks and the pretty patterned papers from Perfectly Plaid and Let's Polka in the Meadow to pretty up my planner pages. Not too much, though, I still need my planner to be functional and uncluttered. It's a tool after all, and as I'm not as young as I used to be I need all the help I can get to remember what I need to do!
I use Pilot Frixion Highlighters and Ball Point Pens in my planner because they are so colorful and they can be erased. I use one Plum Paper Planner for work and personal use. I also use a notebook style planner as a prayer journal and a small Webster's Pages Color Crush planner with monthly pages (which I designed for myself) to carry with me to jot appointments and to keep notes and ideas.
Plum Paper Planner and WP Color Crush teal striped personal planner.
I'm not sure how consistent I will be with all the extra stamped images like Donut Worry and Quinn's ABCs, but I will definitely use all the Plan On It stamps to customize my daily columns.
Here's a little peek at each of my other planners, journals and notebooks:
I find pretty spiral notebooks on Amazon to use for keeping notes of my daily Bible reading. I try to be a little creative when writing the days of the week!
I use a 3-ring 9 x 7 binder (I found this one at Target) as my Prayer Notebook. I created a pocket in the front to keep notes and prayer requests. The dividers are for Everyday Prayers like Praise and Thanksgiving, Prayer Requests, my family - anything I pray about on a daily basis. Then I have the Weekly Focus sections that include tabs for Missions and Missionaries, Social Issues, Government, Co-workers-Neighbors-Acquaintances, Ministries at my church which include prayer for the pastor and all the workers.
This is my Webster's Pages personal planner that I carry in my purse to jot down appointments, notes, ideas and to do lists. I also have a section for contacts (an old fashioned address book). I created the monthly pages in Excel along with the custom striped note pages. I used my "nancy" Perfectly Plaid paper to create extra dividers. The custom pages are die cut using a Hero Arts Planner Page Die Cut
So I guess it's never too late to get organized!
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