The last week of June in 2017 I bought a Happy Planner with the intention of memory planning in it every week. That lasted about a month (which is actually pretty good, haha), but then life got in the way and I quit doing it. I quickly realized though that this was the perfect place for me to document the “story” of Trevor and I, and it became a place for me to scrapbook the weeks that were important to our relationship. This is the scrapbook of Our Story, the first year together before being married.
Digital Planning is a new found love for me. I discovered it right before I opened by Etsy shop! I was like, “hey I can do this.” It’s digital and creative and saves the planet—literally everything that means anything to me! Every week I plan out a fancy lookin’ spread that encourages me to meet my goals, reminds me what I need to get done, and of course just looks darn cute.
Did you see our Vlogmas Day 13 video? I gave you a quick update on our wedding planning process so far. I'm using the Eric Condren wedding planner to keep track of our money, our to-do's, our lists, and more! It's been really helpful through this entire process, and I feel like I've already accomplished so much.
I've always been a stationary addict, but this year I feel like I've really been letting my creativity soar. It's one of my favorite hobbies and source of happiness at the moment. This past month or two I have been building my collection of planner supplies and really obsessing over my current planner system and paper additions even more. Come take a look my current obsession--my Traveler's Notebook!
I've always been an overachiever. And having a busy life is something that I really enjoy. I like school, I love my job, and I am striving to improve my little #SideHustle and blog every day. If you're like me, then finding the perfect planner is KEY! But not every planner is for everyone or every occasion, so how do you determine which one is the best for you?