Here is a sneak peek at the latest printable planner kit designed exclusively for members of my Patreon community! (Thank you to everyone who has joined the community so far.) Every month I design a new printable planner kit and other goodies and post them exclusively on my Patreon page. The January kit includes February calendars, bullet journaling frame templates, an ‘events’ planning list and hand-drawn mandalas!
This week on Patreon I released my first exclusive printable planner kit! It’s a handy printable kit that will see you set-up for January, with a gorgeous 2018 calendar, a collection of January calendars, Christmas doodles and mandalas! When you join my community on Patreon you will gain access to this printable kit, plus all the exclusive content and every new printable kit released monthly!
As a graphic designer and stationery lover, obsessed with getting organised, I can’t think of a job I’d rather be doing than designing printable planner accessories! I know first-hand just how much fun (and how helpful) it is to have an ever-changing collection of inspiring stickers, stationery and templates on-hand 24/7. That’s why I created the Planner Lovers Resource Library. It’s packed full of printable planner accessories – stickers, planner inserts, note paper, bullet journaling templates, worksheets and more. And, it’s completely free to join! I have a lot planned for the Resource Library, plus today I’m sharing a new way you can get access to exclusive content and rewards!
Are you a Filofax or kikki.K lover, but want to make room for bullet journaling in your planner? My free printable dot grid paper is perfect for use in ring bound planners. Fill your whole planner, or just include a section with grid paper for collections, doodling or to-do lists! Join my free Planner Lovers Resource Library to download the complete set of printable A5 paper which includes dot grid, square grid and lined.
Using a habit tracker is a fun, popular, way for us to learn about our habits, and stay motivated to improve them. I admit, I wasn’t very good at keeping a tracker when I first tried. But I persisted, experimenting with different ways of tracking, and I’m glad I did! There were a few things that helped me become better at tracking and, of course, improving my habits. I’m sharing those tips today to help you get the most from your habit tracking. Plus, I’ve designed a simple printable habit tracker that you can download for free and get started with straight away. It’s A5 size, ideal for adding to a bullet journal notebook or large ring bound planner.