For this round of 30 lists, I decided to choose a paper for the list I was doing, flipping through the album until I found one that I thought "fit." In retrospect, I shouldn't have done that. It confused me as I tried to remember if I did each day's list and where they were in the journal. Something about a bound journal calls for following along in order, I think. I've followed along page after page in past classes and next class, I'm definitely going in order, says that little OCD voice in my head.
Day 19 | I Feel Coziest When
Day 20 | Guilty Pleasures
Day 21 | Products I Love
Day 22 | Meal Planning for This Week
Day 23 | Don't Tell Anybody But...
Day 24 | My Favorite Authors
Day 25 | What Balance Means To Me
Day 26 | Rules for Traveling With Me
Day 27 | I Am Thankful For
Day 28 | This Time Next Year
Day 29 | Accomplishments I Am Most Proud Of
Alrighty, then. It appears I took this photo and hadn't yet added my list topic to the page yet. I'm certainly not perfect...and this proves it.
Day 30 | On My Mind Today
When I was preparing this tutorialto be featured on the 30 Lists blog,I proceeded to make this list but had forgotten about it, so I did another. Silly me.
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In the beautiful Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee, we are in peak season for the changing of the colors. Because we had so much rain, quite a few leaves have already fallen so it's my feeling that this won't be our best year. I do love the reds of the Maples, but there is much more yellow than red this year. Not that I'm complaining, I'm partial to the Fall season, some years the colors are more spectacular than others.
My oldest baby turns 23 on the 23rd and my youngest baby turns 9 on the 15th. Oh yeah, lots of celebrating and reminiscing and feeling thankful for the blessings of hugs and kisses, love and accomplishments from these outstanding kiddos.
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And I'm constantly trying to find a way to keep my lists organized.
Thank goodness for my planner and binders.
And...if any of those statements describes you, you're in the right place!
If you're a planner addict, and happen to use either a Personal or A5 size planner, you'll love these printables. Just download, print and trim and you can list and organize until you can't organize any more. Sounds fun, right?
Printables in Action
Here, I'm using a super cute polka dot half size binder from Target. I have them in all six colors and they do make me smile! I'm using the pink for a blog planner and am still playing around and trying to work out the perfect set-up, if there is such a thing as a perfect set up.
I'm thinking that I'll be designing more printables once I figure out how I want to categorize everything. What are your must have pages for a blog planner?
A5 | Half Size Planner
I don't do much in the way of decorating my planner pages, but I do love to add washi tape. Usually , I just add that along the border where the holes are punched but on my half size binder, the holes are so far into the page, the washi tape would have not been centered. And that would have bothered me.
Personal Size Planner
You can see here that adding washi tape to the page edge looks great on the Personal size, though. I do this technique almost every week.
I've used the Staedtler 0.3 Triplus Fineliner to color code my lists, but for everyday listing in my Filofax, I use the .38 Frixion. The .38 is definitely my go to for planning. Somehow, because it has such a fine line, it makes me write smaller...and I do not write small in general.
Download your folder, which contains both the A5 and Personal size list printables to use and enjoy, for personal use only of course. Please don't copy, reproduce alter or claim as your own. Thank you.
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