I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.” L.M. Montgomery October’s printables are here! Supplies I used to create these pages: Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pens (These are the pens I use for headers and calligraphy. They are amazing, they basically do the work for you!) Pilot Metropolitan Fountain Pen Staedtler Triplus Fineliners Prismacolor Colored Pencils Prismacolor Colored Pencil Blender – This is the first time I’ve tried these blenders and I love them! They can give you a nice watercolor effect even if you’re using regular colored pencils. For a full explanation on each of these spreads and how I use them for monthly planning, click here. When you sign up for October’s Free Monthly Planning Pack, here’s what you’ll get. Monthly Art & Quote of the Month Monthly Calendar, Goals, and To Do list For full instructions on monthly planning, click here! Monthly Habit Tracker For more…
September has arrived and here’s hoping that sweater weather will quickly follow. If you’ve been reading my blog this year you might have noticed I’m not a big fan of the heat. When it comes to summer weather, I’m all too happy to ” Let it go.” After all – ” The cold never bothered me anyway.” Wow, can you tell I have three kids and have seen Frozen 362 times?
Anyway, September printables are here! Scroll to the bottom to sign up for yours! If you’re already signed up you can head to the Printabundle Library and enter your password.
August is here and for many that means the summer is winding down and back-to-school is kicking up. Here in the deep south, it means it will be blazingly hot for at least 2 more months but we still have to pretend summer is over and be productive. It’s a sad time. However, it does give me an opportunity to break out some new planning pages for my peeps, which makes my faux “end of summer” a little brighter.
July is here and for me, that means heat stroke has officially set in. The ocean is the cure and I’m longing for a beach vacation. Can you tell? If you’re like me, and not close enough to enjoy the beach this long hot summer, download this free printable and comfort yourself!
June is less than a week away and that means summer is here. Summer is not my favorite season mainly because I’m not crazy about the unbearable heat the South East is famous for. Being in Georgia in the summer is like being in Antarctica during the winter. Air conditioning becomes my very best friend and we spend a great deal of time together.
It’s almost May and that means I’m setting up another month in my Bullet Journal. May is always a crazy busy month for my family so planning ahead is essential. If I don’t plan ahead I end up running — usually late — from one event to another and hiding under the covers with what free time I have left.
Time for another monthly planning session! April is around the corner and I’ll be honest, I’m happy see March go. March proved to be as tumultuous a time as I expected. After several school events, a big family wedding, and unfortunately, 2 funerals, I’m in need of a lazier month. April isn’t completely the snooze fest I’m dreaming of, but It’ll do.
I can’t believe it’s March already! It already feels like spring in the south, and I’m sad to see winter go. With the turn of a new month, it’s time for a new monthly planning session.
I’ve always considered March to be a very unpredictable month. The change from winter to spring is extreme. It feels like opposing energies swirling thru the air, fighting for dominance. We could be in for warm temperate breezes – or a snow storm! In March anything goes. I’m heading off this temperamental month as best I can – with a good plan!
February is here, and it’s time to plan a new month in my Bullet Journal. Monthly planning has become an essential part of my routine. As a busy mom of three, one still in diapers, It’s easy to get to the end of the month and wonder “ Where did the time go?” “How am I this tired without having accomplished anything?” ” Is that a cheerio stuck to my forehead?” These are the planning pages I use to avoid asking myself those questions. Except for the cheerio one. My planning routine has yet to save me from projectile cheerios. Some day, bullet journal, someday.