I’ve always been a paper and planner junkie, but in the past year, I’ve definitely become one of those planner junkies. I don’t necessarily go all out with decorations and whatnot but somehow I’ve found myself utilizing four different planners so I wanted to show you all how I use them!
(Is there a 12-step program for planner junkies?)
Erin Condren Life Planner // Overall Life Planner
This planner is truly the one that started it all for me. When I first invested in an Erin Condren at the start of 2015, I immediately went to YouTube for some ideas on how to set it up and do some customizing. The first video I came to was from Paper & Glam! Seriously, if you like planning, seasonal living, and Jesus than Lisamarie is your girl.
I use my Life Planner as my overall life planner, meaning that it holds my to-dos, meetings, travel, shopping lists, and more. I don’t go too crazy with the decorations, but I do like to use stickers and stamps. The pineapple washi tape on the monthly view is marking my weekend trip to Charleston, SC!
Grab your own Erin Condren Life Planner here!
Happy Planner // Seasonal Life Planner
I use my Happy Planner from Me and My Big Ideas as my seasonal life planner. This is the place where I get a little more creative with my planner and I do not use it on a daily basis. More often than not, I use the Paper & Glam seasonal sticker sets to mark special holidays and events from my life list.
Get your Happy Planner here!
Dreams by Design Planner // Blog Planner
I discovered the Dreams by Design Planner just before the New Year, and I’m so glad that I found it when I did! This printable planner is different from a lot of other planners that I’ve seen and I love that it comes with the option of a Faith Edition. That’s the edition that I got and it has different bible verses each week, as well as a space for gratitude and prayer requests. It may be hard to see sense I plan my editorial calendar in pencil, but this has been great for planning blog posts and keeping up with my New Year’s Resolution of posting regularly!
Get your Dreams by Design Planner here!
May Designs Agenda // Work Planner
This planner is a tiny little thing, but I love it so! When May Designs had some of their retiring patterns on sale for 40% off, I knew that I had to finally try them out. I got a May Book with lined pages for my notes at church, but I also got this fun bicycle print with a 2016 agenda inside. This planner is small enough that I don’t feel like it weighs down my work bag but there is enough space inside that I can quickly jot down my meetings for work.
Grab your own May Designs agenda here!