March planner pages

April 10, 2017

I’m still at it with my paper planners. I ordered from Paper Source again, but this time I got the 12 month one instead of the 18 month one. Strictly because it’s lighter to carry around with me. It was the same price though. Psht.

March, 2017

I try not to get carried away so that I don’t look like I’m 12 years old when I pull it out in front of somebody. I use a bit of washi tape on the monthly spreads for decoration and to mark off vacation. Here I used some beach washi I bought off of Etsy to mark the original amount of time I planned to be in Florida.

And this is what one of the weekly spreads look like. Again, I try to go minimal with washi tape and maybe a sticker or two.

A typical March week. Work events and tasks go in my work planner.

At work, I’ve been using a Moleskine as a bullet journal since June. I stick almost exclusively with the original Bullet Journal technique. Honestly, I feel like I am much more productive then I was with the old to-do list system I used for years.

My monthly spreads in my work bullet journal

I started the Moleskine on June 1 and it looks like I might get the full 12 months out of it before I need to buy a new one.

I’ve been awake since 3am. I think I bruised a rib doing yard work last week, and re-aggravated it doing yard work yesterday. (No, I don’t learn, but my lawn looks much nicer with the 4 pounds of dandelions gone from it.) I’ve been trying to sleep on my back but rolled over on my side last night and woke right the heck up. Thankfully it’s Monday so I’m working from home. But first, an early morning mammogram appointment. #middleagedblogging

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