Keeping a budget is vital for saving money and preparing for the future. But it is hard sometimes to look at our finances with a sharp eye because money (or lackthereof) is a scary thing. It's easier to use a happy blend of digital and paper systems to help you create and keep your perfect budget. For me, a pen and paper financial planner is just what I need to stay on it and take my finances seriously.
If you’ve ever gone on Pinterest, you have probably, at some point, stumbled upon a pin about bullet journals and wondered what they are. A bullet journal is a mix of a planner, diary, massive to-do list, and a sketchbook. It’s an extremely thorough way to stay organized, on top of your work, and goal-oriented. … Read More
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Trend Tuesday // How to Save Money on Planner Stamps Planner stamps have become my jam. I am in love with the crisp way they look in my planner. I can't get over it! My favorite place to use planner stamps is in my Mini Happy Planner which has become my main planner. Who would have thought that would happen! I also love the way they look in the 800 memory planners I have (I haven't decided on what planner I want to use this year for memory planning....) this post contains affliliate links...