I realised that I hadn't put in a reference for the font I used. I actually found these free fonts via Pinterest. They were created by Jennifer Jones over at Hello Literacy.
I'm still in school...
but because of all the blogs I subscribe to, I'm obsessing about my room, things I want to make, all things I really can't do at the moment.
I have also seen about a million bazillion posts about Erin Condren planners, up until a month or so ago, I didn't know what that was. I was reading Corrina's blog over at Surfin' Through Second where she had decided to make her own planner, which led me to think, I
This + a weekly calendar (diary?) is what we are given every year. I use the mark book, but only about 10 pages out of 50 and I have never used the planner. It has been sitting, travelling, with me for 2 years. After looking at some awesome homemade planners, like this one from My Chocolate Moments, I thought about revamping the one I already had.
Now I know that this wouldn't work for many of you, mainly because all the pages inside are already formatted. BUT ... I thought I'd give it a go and combine, the weekly diary, planner and mark book because I already had the ugly one.
So here is my first ever Monday (almost) Made It:
First I bought some awesome digital Summer chevron paper from Corrina's TPT store. I printed off a new cover, laminated and glued it on.
as long as I don't have anything important on Thursdays.
The planner was already divided into sections, but I've just adapted them a bit. I created some tabs to help me find my sections easier.
Thanks for reading.
How do you plan? Keep yourself organised?