Thursday, June 19, 2014

New Planner = HAPPINESS

I went to Office Depot the other day in the search of a new planner (and of course spending way too much money along the way). So, I was looking through all of the planners, deciding which planner was best for me. I'm sure many can relate, but a planner is SO important! It is something to look at every single day for the entire year. I'm the type of person that likes to see the entire month on one page. Every planner I picked up had something off... Maybe I was just being picky.

A few months ago, I found Susan's incredible planners from her store: Mrs. Dow's Little Owls' Nest and it gave me courage to make my own! -If you haven't looked at her planners, look now! They are all so useful and I'm sure every buyer is obsessed.

I first wrote down exactly what I needed my planner to look like. I wanted every month on one page, a section for new ideas, a section for monthly goals and a section for new products/blog posts.
Then, I started creating! What colors would I like to look at every day? Hmmm... white, green and navy blue! I love the look of simple planners, so I played around with the formatting and color scheme for about 2 hours... thank God for free time during the summer, right?! After perfecting each page, I printed! 

I went BACK to Office Depot and asked them to bind the planner. It was quick and cheap! I am so so so happy it! :)

If you're interested in your own simple monthly calendar, it is available now at my TpT store for only $2.00.
Simply Click Here!

What is your ideal planner? Leave a comment below! 

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Mrs. Dow's little Owls' Nest said...

Ohmygoodness! I love it! I'm still in the process of making my team their own custom planners with our standards already typed into the weekly planning part of it. AND I'm trying to decide what I want mine to look like! I'm having a little problem with commitment because you're right - I'm going to be looking at it all year long! :)

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