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Free printable planner stickers with sunflowers and deep purple accents. Just print them on adhesive paper and cut out to use in your classic Happy Planner. This one is perfect for late summer or early fall!Read More
Every now and then I feel like designing more planner stickers. I actually designed these awhile ago when I was feeling pretty melancholy. I think it shows.
Hard times are, well, hard, but when you are through them you can see how they might have changed you for the better in some ways.
You can get the free printable HERE. I just print mine out on adhesive label paper and cut them out with scissors. These were designed to fit my Classic Happy Planner. I got the graphics from Freepik.
You may also want to download these planner stickers...
Spring sports have begun. It is generally our busiest season of the year. Being in a very rural area, it is not uncommon for games to be 45 minutes (or more) from our home. On a weeknight, sometimes going in opposite directions, that can be nuts!
I definitely need some planner stickers to keep track of this stuff!
First up, I have some soccer planner stickers. I made them in colors that coordinate with my planner, and also in black and white. They are all 1.5" wide to fit the Classic Happy Planner.
You can download and/or print these stickers for personal use by clicking the links below:
I am hoping for an organized and successful season! :)
P.S. I also have archery and fitness stickers available:
How is it going? We are 1/3 of the way through the Spring Decluttering Challenge. I know a few people are joining me, so I hope you are keeping track of how many garbage bags of stuff you declutter. (You can read the initial post HERE.)
I have 6 bags so far! I have had a few cleaning binges, but most of it has just been done in one small area at a time. The goal is to work on at least one small area per day. It seems like a daunting task, but if you break it down it is not so bad!
I decluttered the linen closet one shelf at a time. I decluttered my clothing one or two drawers at a time. I decluttered my craft supplies one shoebox tote at a time.
Another thing that I am finding is that I tend to have too many baskets or totes sitting around to collect miscellaneous items. I am trying to get better about finding a home for these items and then getting the basket out of my house so that there is not another place for random stuff to accumulate.
I also have a basket of bags of stuff that need to go to other people. I am trying to be intentional about delivering those things and getting them out of here!
Finally, I am trying to be a little more creative and practical about storing the things we do need.
So, do you have any tips? Do you have any success stories to share? Go ahead and leave a comment!