A goal without a plan is just a wish.ASE
I love using paper planners! (If you’re visiting from Instagram, you probably already know this.) Using paper instead of an iPad or other electronic device helps me to remember events, errands, etc. The practice of writing tasks, events, and other important details down on paper helps me to recall the things with greater ease. I plan my life in three systems: (1) A5, (2) half-letter, and (3) the new spiral bound planner from Cloth & Paper!
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My A5 planner
My A5 planner is my catch-all for all things personal — my schedule, meetings, work, finances, and goals. I also use my A5 size planner to track habits, intentions, and self-care. Basically, my A5 planner is my forever ride or die. While I am not a huge fan of the 6-rings (I prefer discs), I can’t stop using A5. It’s the perfect size.
I frequently post my A5 size planner, and other planner tools I typically use (like sticky notes and notepads) on my Instagram. Everything you see is from one of the following planner shops: Cloth & Paper, Three Nikkis, LUXPLANS, and 8Lotus. (FYI, This post is not sponsored by the above-mentioned companies.)
I use my half-letter sized planner to organize and plan my content. Therefore, I have several types of inserts in this planner: lined, weekly, and project management inserts are just a few of the various inserts I use in this planner. I don’t show this planner often. I would love to because the half-letter is the most functional and minimal of my two planning systems. But I don’t want to show too much to avoid spilling what we have planned.
This beauty is my new edition! Cloth & Paper released this planner in their November 2020 planner subscription box. I finally decided to use this planner for my social media marketing endeavors. I’ll be sure to share sneak peaks inside my spiral-bound planner when I can!
Read more about my planners
Still curious? Check out this post where I answer questions about my planners. You can also read some of these posts where I share my thoughts on planners and my planning system. Take a look inside my planners here: