Happy New Years everyone! Plannernerds everywhere are in a state of euphoria now that they’re finally able to use their brand new 2017 planners. 🙂 Some chose one planner for 2017 while many others—like me—chose multiple planners, each dedicated to managing a different area of their life. At the end of 2016, I shared my choice for […]

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As 2016 comes to a close, I wanted to take this time to thank ALL my readers/followers not just here on my blog but also on YouTube, social media, and my personal life—thank you all sooo much!!! The decision to share your creative passion with the world is never an easy one so it’s extremely […]

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With just 2 weeks left for 2016, many plannernerds are scrambling to put the final touches on their 2017 planning system setups. One of my choices for next year is the Hobonichi Weeks planner—more details to come in a future blogpost!—which is predominantly a Japanese planner. While it has many useful features, there are some […]

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It’s that time of year again! With the holidays quickly approaching, you’re probably looking for that perfect gift for the planner-addict, pen-geek, or tech-nerd in your life.  But not just any gift to make them smile—you’ll want to ‘slay’ them! 😉 So what’s popular this year? Keep reading to find out!

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Welcome back everyone for a special holiday post! Tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day here in the U.S. which got me thinking about the process of gratitude and how that fits into our busy lives. This year has been extremely busy at work—hence the delay between posts, sorry!—and also at home (teenage kids have a lot more […]

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Welcome back for part 2 of my ‘Planner Setups for the New Year’ blogpost series (check out Part 1 here). As a blogger (and YouTuber) there’s a lot that goes into planning and generating what I strive to be quality content for my readers. As a result, I use a different, more creative planning style […]

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