I’m so excited to be continuing with the next installment of 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!)
Today’s planner is from Maria. First off, it looks like Maria uses an Arc discbound system from Staples. That’s one of my favorite notebook systems as well. If you’re not familiar with discbound systems, you can read my post or watch my video about how they work. I also love how she used the bright pink and green disks to dress her planner up instead of just using the standard black ones. (I have seen a lot of different colors of disks at staples recently.)
She actually has two planners. She uses one for financials and one for home projects organization. In her financial planner, she keeps all the important family information. Next, she has a bill tracker, check book, and passwords. Here’s her checkbook register form:
She also keeps track of the gifts she has given, so she doesn’t make the mistake of getting the same gift twice for the same person:
She also keeps a calendar:
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