Hiya, today I am taking an updated look at my Erin Condren Planner 2016 and my finalised (I think!) method of using it, the stickers I am using and how, the notebooks etc that I have and finally a quick review of all my covers.
I thought it would be fun to show you, now the first month is over, what method of planning I have finally settled on and the stickers etc that I am using to achieve that result. Last year I spent a lot of time each week decorating up the following week ready to write on and it took a lot of time, left me not enough space and frankly just wasn’t clear enough for the job I wanted it for. So in the last couple months I played around until I settled on a simple header strip sticker system for the tasks which I can then write the specifics underneath. It meant I had more flexibility because I did not, in fact could not, decorate up the week in advance. It probably doesn’t look as pretty but the colours of the stickers are lovely and complement the months colour scheme so I can make it look neat and colourful. Plus I added some symbolic stickers which add a little extra interest to it. These cover anything from the weather to exercise. I then thought while I was showing you all this I may as well show you the rest of my Erin Condren stuff as there hasn’t been one video looking at it all. Now I didn’t spend a great deal of time going into the detail of each thing like I did on the main videos so it is still worth taking a look at those if you interested in a more detailed look of the interior say of the planner or of the notebook etc. Anyway here is my Erin Condren 2016 Planner Update video:-
So as always here are some photos, I managed to find quite a few. The different covers, inside and outside of the planner etc etc. As always if you want to see the photo larger click on it and then if you want you can click the play button and let the computer do the rest as it scrolls through all the photos for you 🙂
Ok so that is it for today, I hope you enjoyed a renewed look at the planner and all the rest but for now, as always, hugs and have a great craft day,