Come take another tour in the Planner Peek series! I don’t know about you, but I just LOVE being able to sneak a peek inside other people’s planners. I love to see how they use them, how they decorate them, what type of planner they use, etc. I have asked my readers to submit photos of their planners and to tell us a bit about how they use their planning system. (You can submit your planner by filling out this really short and easy form. If you’re selected, you’ll get a free copy of the digital Sweet Life Planner worth $35!) All of the Planner Peeks in this series have been so fun to see.
Libby is currently using an Erin Condren Life Planner, but finds that it isn't the best planner for her work as a professional blogger for Libby's Library, so she is also using a planner that she printed off for all of her blogging needs.
I love the inspirational cover of Libby's planner. Libby would love to find the PERFECT PLANNER that fits all her needs – personal and work. She would love to have everything in one place “at a glance,” but realizes this would mean a HUGE planner with tons and tons of space to write in and add “all the extras”. Libby says having a durable cover and heavy duty pages would be a must in her ideal planner.
Libby thinks of her planner as “my brain on paper,” keeping track of appointments, deadlines, birthdays and anniversaries, travel plans and menus.
Libby loves to doodle and add photos, so she likes lots of extra “open space” and she likes to have a lot of “lined areas” to write on. I love the openness of her planner and all the space she has to write and doodle. Her use of color is a nice touch, as well.
You might want to check out all the Planner Peeks in this series to find even more inspiration.
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