I love blogging and getting to share things I love with so many people all over the world. The internet is so great because there is infinite information right at your fingertips, and so many people can contribute to and consume unique content. I love reading your blogs and learning from different people. When I create my own blog posts, I like to write about things I’m interested in and that I think other people would also find interesting/learn from. This post will go over how I plan blog posts using my Erin Condren LifePlanner.
I’m really excited to share my little etsy haul with you! I’ve been using an Erin Condren Life Planner for years and I love the bright, colorful version. Each month is a new color which keeps it interesting and makes me want to keep using my planner. I love the colorful details throughout, so I don’t use a ton of stickers that cover up all of that detail. You already saw all of the things I use when I plan in my Planning Essentials post, but recently I turned to etsy to find some decorative sticker sheets for my upcoming vacation. I found some awesome deco stickers, and even some new washi tape!!
Check out my etsy planner stickers and washi tape haul:
I’ve been using an Erin Condren Life Planner for four years now. Each year, there are changes and improvements and each year I keep going back for another amazing planner. If you are new to planning and want some inspiration on what you need to get started in your Erin Condren Life Planner, check out my planning essentials.
The 2018 Erin Condren LifePlanner launch was officially on May 4th and there are a lot of really neat details and changes that were made with the 2018 version. I subscribed to the Planner Peeks emails leading up to the launch, so I was able to order my new LifePlanner during the pre-sale on May 1st. Here’s a look at what’s new with the planners + how I built and personalized my 2018 Erin Condren LifePlanner:
You may feel overwhelmed about not having your finances in order, or maybe you just need a plan to get out of debt — whatever your reason, it’s important to have a budget for your money. In this post, I’ll share why a budget is so important, how you can make your own budget in ~0 hour, and how I track my money with my Erin Condren Life Planner: