I have officially moved out of this highly structured, undated 12-week planner from Savor Beauty and I’m back in what I’ve come to think of as my home planner, the Hobonichi Weeks Mega. Before I safely tuck this partly used planner away until I need this level of structure again, I wanted to share a page by page peek.
Get a in-depth peek (this is a longer video) at the Hobonichi cover and type I chose for 2021 and see the pile of other things I couldn’t resist grabbing while already filling my cart. Links to everything included below the video.
What do you do when you’re an avid lover of notebooks, pens, and planners, and you are suddenly an at-home 1st grade teacher due to pandemic life? Turns out I bust out the fancy office supplies for daily journaling prompts and it’s creating something that can be treasured.
This is a quick and messy, Patreon-only flip through of my Savor Life planner from early September, and I wanted to share it before doing an update next week after being in it for a month. I have really found my groove with this system!
This is my Patreon-only unfiltered exploratory unboxing and flip-through of the Savor Life planner! This is the third version of this planner that I’ve owned and I’ve added some thoughts below the video after using it for a couple of days. A more polished review will come out later.
I picked up some planning and snail mail supplies from Ink + Volt, among them a weekly notepad that may be my pick for keeping track of the family schedule. Patreon folx may see some of these in the equinox mailing!
Got myself a thing in ongoing pandemic processing style. Here’s an unboxing! Reference linkage:– Mossery Moon Lake Sketchbook– Mossery Twinbooks– Mossery Undated Planners Follow up thoughts after the video:– Looks like you can choose mixed media paper or watercolor paper for the sketchbooks
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Brandice (@brandice) on Aug 2, 2020 at 1:36pm PDT From my seasonal post on Instagram today: “Wishing you blessings during this mid-season weekend. Enjoying this altar’s evolution. The midpoint is a moment to take a breath, to look around, and recalibrate as able/needed going into our…
I’ve enjoyed creating an altar that changes, dries up, makes way for new spring blossoms, all of it eventually surrendered to a summer solstice fire when the time comes. Watching it change has offered some grounding.
Returning to a bujo, new Fiona Apple, iOS hacks, Netflix parental controls, Animal Crossing, self-destruct websites, social media detoxing, diamond painting, recent worthwhile articles read, and a few other tidbits from a brain in need of purging.