It is no secret that I LOVE my paper planner. I have been an Erin Condren customer since 2010 and have used her Life Planner for years to keep my family and home organized.
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In just a few short weeks I will be switching books and moving into the new 2018-2019 planner.
Throughout the process of setting up new new planner I have shown through videos things that work for me. Today I am sharing how I transform the blank notes pages in the back of the book into functional layouts of information I need on the regular.
To see how I create these pages watch the video below:
Here are some up close photos of the pages, since it is hard to see in the video what exactly is on each page.
1 -Year On A Page – I almost always use this layout to show my kids school schedule. I use THESE stickers from Krissyanne Designs to highlight days off or important reminders. The letter stickers are from the Erin Condren Teacher Sticker Book Found HERE.
2 – Quotes / Goals Notes Page. It’s always important to me to have some sort of goals section in my planner. I write more private goals in a notebook that won’t be seen all across the internet, but this is a great reminder of what I am working toward, and quotes are a great element of a goals page as well. The washi tape can be found HERE and the stickers are from THIS sticker book.
3 – Gift List. I am determined to utilize this page more this coming year. As I think of things to gift my family members, or if I have a big event I need a gift for, this is the perfect spot to jot it down! The washi tape can be found HERE and the stickers are from THIS sticker book.
4 – Cleaning Routine. I would love to say I stick by this each and every day, but that isn’t the reality. However, having the list does hold me accountable and help me stay on task each day.
5 – Monthly and Daily Tasks. I loved this list in my last planner, so I basically condensed it into one page to save space, and copied it in!
6 – Meal planning is one of my most important jobs (at least in the eyes of my hungry kids …. lol) so having my strategies at the turn of a page is important to me, I also have included a go to quick lunch packing grocery list and after school snack ideas.
7 – Meal Ideas. Just a quick look at our families favorite meals, and easy last minute party planning foods too!
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Samantha, I noticed you have digital filing as part of your tasks and was wondering where you file things digitally and if you store your pictures online? I’m trying to start that up, but unsure the best places and am looking for recommendations!