2017 is coming to an end and I must say that I am truly happy with the new planning hobby that I started earlier this year.Throughout the past ten months I have come to find a sense of tranquility when I am decorating my planner and peace when I see things are organized for the month or week.Of course, I still leave room for spontaneity especially because I am married to Mr. Spontaneous himself, but I find comfort in knowing the bill payments have been scheduled, the appointments are set, and the meal plan is complete.Next year I plan to add Memory Planning to my hobby and I look forward to creating some beautiful scrapbook photo albums.
My December planner spreads are filled with plenty of glitter, sparkle, and color.I love the holiday season so my planner spreads definitely reflect my love for Christmas, family time, and making lifetime memories.This month the spreads feature stickers from the Me and My Big Ideas (Happy Planner) sticker books as well as washi from Dollar Tree and Amazon.You can see my monthly and weekly planner spreads via this recent YouTube video.
My faith journal monthly spreads include a breakdown of a beautiful card made by my friend Catina, along with other goodies available in detail via my recent blog post.
Hope your holiday season is off to a great start and I pray that you enjoy making great memories for the remainder of 2017 and beyond.
This month I wanted to showcase my love for the Fall, Thanksgiving, and glitter of course. You can check out a detailed look at all my November planner spreads in this YouTube video.
This month I am also sharing a flip through of my daily prayer planner. I don’t place anything in the weekly spreads for this planner but I do use the monthly calendar to schedule books and bible studies. You can check it out here:
I hope you enjoyed this flip through of my personal, faith, and homeschool planners. Next week I will be sharing all the spreads in my Simple Homeschool Planner which is used for Team KEMP Academy. I go washi crazy with this planner and I love using it for our homeschool.