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The Planner Connection

August 17, 2015
AUTHOR: Emilie
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A couple of weeks ago, I wrote a Planning Series. I loved writing this series so much that I could not just let it go by with you only getting the chance to see it once!

Before I refresh your memory, though, let me highlight a very special planning community: The Planner Connection. This Facebook group, which I admin, is a great place to see what other people are doing and learn about favorite washi, tapes, shops, and pens. It’s a place to plan to your hearts content! Go join!

I got into planning as part of an extra credit project in high school, and I’ve been a fan ever since. What I’ve learned is that planning is important. It keeps you from letting big things, like school or work projects, to small things, like picking up the dry cleaning, from falling through the cracks. More here

While everyone has their own styles of planning, I wanted to share some guidance as to what I’m doing which you could use as a springboard to get started. I have you insight into my Erin Condren Life Planner and shared with you THIS LINK to get a $10 coupon code. I even got you a special Etsy discount code! More here

While not everyone does, a lot of people do like to fill their planners with pretty embellishments. I highlighted some of my favorite Etsy shops to give you an idea of where you can find quality products that will let you customize your planner however you want. More here

As much as I love stickers, when you first start, it’s easy to go overboard. I shared a couple of tips to help you stay focused and use stickers efficiently. More here

Like all things in life, with planning, there is always room for improvement. I’ve notice a couple of patterns amongst people when they first start planning and I want to help keep you from making those same mistakes! More here

I’ve seen people get super enthusiastic about planning, sometimes spending a lot of money on it, and then completely falling off the wagon, leaving all that money wasted. I shared some of my favorite tips for sticking to planning. More here

When you plan creatively, there’s lots of places to find inspiration. My creative Instagram (FOLLOW HERE) is a great place to start. There are two blogs I particularly love that I wanted to share! More here

What else do you want to know about planners?

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