Here’s a fun hack if decorating your planner brings you joy —
1) Buy a package of sticker paper.
2) Search Pinterest for free planner printables. (Click HERE for the one pictured above. i ❤ Pusheen!!!)
3) Print, cut them out, and stick ’em wherever you like.
Stickers designed especially for planners are awesome for keeping track of to-do’s, marking tasks as important, and habit tracking. However, they can become a costly habit pretty quick. Luckily, there are a TON of super, adorable designs for ABSOLUTELY FREE!
Go ahead…TAKE A LOOK! Here are some show-stoppers: keep track of your fill-ups, for the baking obsessed, sweet little icons to remind you of chores, and SLOTHS! (heehee!)
P.S. My favorite planner is the Bob’s Your Uncle 8-Days-A-Week Planner Journal. You can find those Erin Condren Dual-Tip Markers HERE.
What’s everyone up to this week? My sister and her friend came for a visit over the weekend, and we had a great time exploring the huge park in my neighborhood and eating the yummiest Cuban food. On Sunday we went to The Deering Estate where Katie participated in a table reading of a brand new script written by an up and coming playwright. It was so good! Wishing you all a beautiful spring day, and now on to the links…
Top chef turned cafeteria lady.
Never underestimate the power of a woman — or 100.
Real female actors reading real casting calls.
Picasso’s multi-billion dollar empire.
What happens when you dress like Lorelai Gilmore for a week?
A St. Patrick’s Day feast you can fix up in a single skillet.
How Braille won the war of the dots.
Mail used to come with a side of MEOW.
Was Chipotle the victim of corporate sabotage? (Someone should make a documentary!)
Speaking of cool posters, you can now download 2,000 turn-of-the-century posters courtesy of the New York Public Library!
To men I love, about men who scare me.
I’m feeling a pair of these for spring! What do you think?
P.S. ICYMI – Thoughts on tackling unfinished projects and a Cincinnati chili recipe!