Happy Monday, everyone! I have another weekly spread for you, this time using the Happy Planner Color-Coordinated Sheets sticker pack. I’ve used this sticker pack in the past and those tend to be my favorite spreads. Each sheet has enough stickers to establish a theme, but leave me with the room to use stickers from other stores and packs. Check out this peachy Happy Planner spread down below!
Usually when I start to plan a week in my Erin Condren, I start out with good intentions. I plan out Monday and maybe part of Tuesday and create a to-do list that I rarely get to. But this week I actually planned every single day! No back planning this week. This week was purely plans, and I even got most of my to-do list done. I think part of it has to do with this kit and part of it was moving my planning supplies downstairs. Read about this Week in My Erin Condren down below!
Remember when I said I didn’t want to become one of those planners who rely on weekly kits in order to have a pretty planner? Well, I caved I became one of those planners. Kits are just so easy and make my spreads look 10 times prettier! And the ones from Oh, Hello Stationery Co. are the prettiest and work best for my white space planning style. Want to know how I used thus kit? Read a week in my Erin Condren down below!
So I totally missed the memo last week in the Oh, Hello Stationery Co. Helloigans Facebook group that there we were doing a Blobby PWM week. Where was I? And I’m even a part of the PR group. This just shows how out of touch I am with my communities. To make up for my dumb mistake, I decided to plan this week using the Blobby kit from one of my favorite sticker shops, Oh, Hello Stationery Co. I really used the mini kit and the half boxes sheet, but it’s still a Blobby filled week! Find out how I got this spread in a Week in My Erin Condren down below!
Wow! A planner spread! We haven’t seen one of those in a while! That’s because this is the first week I’ve been able to plan in my new Erin Condren vertical! This time around I got the neutral vertical with a black coil and I’m in love. I didn’t know if I would like the vertical, but I am loving the creative freedom that the vertical gives you. I feel like I can add more color and pattern to my spreads. While I did do two previous spreads, they were back planned and I’d rather not share those since they aren’t full-fledged spreads. Find out how I planned a week in my Erin Condren down below!
It’s a sad day, everyone. While 2017 means I get to plan in a new planner, it also means that this was the last spread in my Erin Condren horizontal. When I got this planner in 2015 I thought 2016 was so far away. But here we are at the beginning of 2017. As the last spread in this planner before I start the vertical, I knew I had to create a spread I was proud of. I’m happy to say that I love this last spread! Find out what stickers I used down below.
It’s been an exciting few weeks. In the time between my last week in my Erin Condren I got two jobs, got two eyeshadow palettes and got a mystery check in the mails. Mom and I broke a wishbone two weeks ago and ever since then my luck has been pretty great. Read all about my week down below!
It’s been a while since I’ve done a Erin Condren planner spread! There’s a few reasons for that. One: my planner and stickers were packed away and I didn’t get to plan fully for a week or so. Two: Nothing was really happening! I was unpacking, and three: My lights were packed away and it was only until recently that I found them. So, for the first time in a while, here’s a week in my Erin Condren.
I haven’t done a Erin Condren spread in a few weeks and I think that’s how I’m going to keep it. I think doing one or two spreads a month is a good balance and allows me to post content that might get pushed back. Do you guys like that idea? Anyway, I really loved my spread last week and wanted to share it with you guys.
Hey y’all! Sorry for the late post. I thought I would get some writing done on Friday, but the weather had other plans for me. But better late than never, right?