Planners and Notebooks

Planners, Journals, and Notebooks 

I currently have 4 different types of planners and notebooks.  Some people like lots of blank space, some people like planners with a space for everything and some people like lists. 

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For the planner people, I have Self-Care Notebooks and the Sweet & Simple Planner.  

1.  The picture above.   Self-Care Notebook 

Inside this 8x10 color softcover journal, you'll find:
-12 blank calendars for you to schedule your self-care activities.
-52 weeks of self-care checklists to keep track of daily activities.
-A place to record your highlight of the day, so you can look back at all the wonderful things that have happened that you can be thankful for when you are in a not-so-great mood.
-A place to daily record the things that you are grateful for.
-A reading log to record the books that you have read.
-A one year Bible reading plan.
-Notes pages
-A place to write your favorite Playlist.
-Habit trackers to make sure you do all those things you need to accomplish.
- Water trackers to make sure you're hydrated.
-Sleep trackers.
-Pages to record your morning and evening routine.
-Pages to record your skincare routine.

2.  100 Days of Self-Care

Inside this 8x10 color softcover journal, you'll find:
-100 days of self-care journal pages in which you can record your morning routine, your evening routine, your workout, how many hours you slept, your water intake, your mood, todays highlights, and notes.
-A reading log
-A weekly meal planner
-Pages to write new recipes
-Skincare routine pages

3.  Self-Care Notebook: Complete Weekly Planner

The planner pages are grouped by week. The books, contacts, habit trackers, goals pages and time to myself trackers are at the end.  There is a planner page to include your personal items as well.
This 6 by 9 book includes:
* Weekly planner page
* Weekly skincare routine page
* Weekly self-care page
* Notes
* Weekly meal planner page with notes and grocery list
* Weekly workout journal
* Reading Log
* Books to read
* Contact list
* Habit tracker
* Goals planner
* Time to myself tracker

Sweet and Simple Planner

This delightful planner is your sanctuary of organization and creativity, designed to help you embrace the beauty of simplicity while managing life's busy schedule.

Key Features:

1. Monthly Calendar: Navigate your months effortlessly with the spacious and easy-to-read monthly calendar pages. Each month provides a clear overview of your appointments, important dates, and goals, allowing you to plan ahead with ease.

2. To-Do Lists: Conquer your daily tasks and goals with dedicated to-do lists. Whether it's tackling your work projects, personal aspirations, or simply remembering to call a friend, these lists are your trusty companions in staying on track.

3. Abundant Notes Pages: Embrace your creative side, jot down ideas, or capture memorable moments on the plentiful notes pages. Whether you're an artist, a writer, or simply someone who enjoys expressing themselves, these pages are where your thoughts come to life.

4. Uncomplicated Design: The "Sweet and Simple Planner" exudes elegance in its minimalistic design. With a clean, uncluttered layout and a touch of whimsy, this planner invites you to focus on what truly matters.

Say goodbye to the overwhelm of a cluttered schedule and hello to the clarity and peace of mind that the "Sweet and Simple Planner" offers. Whether you're a student, a professional, an artist, or simply someone seeking a more organized life, this planner is your ticket to harmony and productivity.

For the journal people, I have commonplace books and specialized bullet journals (more to come).

A commonplace book is a type of journal or notebook which is used to write down your favorite passages from books, anecdotes, proverbs, lists, poems, recipes, lyrics, quotes, and phrases that you want to remember. According to The Atlantic, commonplace books became widely used in the early modern period and used like a scrapbook or an everything book. That is how I use mine. I write down everything I want to remember for future reference. However, there were others who used the commonplace book to collect wisdom and they thought that with the act of writing, they could absorb the wisdom.

The drink coffee and read books commonplace book has plenty of notes space, reading lists, to-do lists, books to read lists, reading notes, and a book challenge page.

The Calm Commonplace Book has plenty of notes pages, a place to write your daily highlight, reading lists, sleep trackers, to-do lists, a place to record your yoga routines, and essential oil blends to help enhance your calm.

You are my love commonplace book has plenty of notes space, reading lists, to-do lists, books to read lists, reading notes, romantic date coupons, and romantic essential oil blends.

Bloom Thrive Grow: Specialized Bullet Journal Collection - For Special Needs Parents

This specialized bullet journal was made for the special needs parent. It was especially made for those who find typical planners stressful and limiting.
This 8 by 10 bullet journal includes pages for:
-a future log (to jot down future events)
-appointments pages (so you can throw away the appointment cards)
-a monthly log (12 blank calendars)
-a weekly self-care log for the parent
-plenty of my thoughts pages for you to journal or write whatever you need to.
-school pages (to write down whatever information you need to remember)
-doctor pages (to write down whatever information you need to remember)
-insurance/benefits pages (to write down whatever information you need to remember)
-therapy pages (to write down whatever information you need to remember)
-contact lists
-books to read
-reading log
-to-do lists

For the Highly Sensitive Person: Specialized Bullet Journal Collection 

This 8 by 10 notebook is a specialized bullet journal made for highly sensitive people. A bullet journal is a mix of a daily planner, to-do list, and diary (my thoughts pages).

This type of planner/notebook/journal allows people to record achievements, goals, and thoughts. It was created to record your goals whether they are daily, weekly, or monthly, in order to effectively change a habit, or reach a goal.
This bullet journal contains:
-monthly calendar
-weekly planner pages that include priorities, water intake, to call/email. appointments, a space for each day.
-my thoughts notes pages
-self-care routine pages to write your morning, evening and night routines
-sleep tracker
-caffeine consumption tracker
-habit trackers
-goal trackers
-comfort food (places to write new recipes you find)
-time to myself (track your alone time to make sure you get enough)
-website list
-contact list
-books to read
-reading log
-to-do list
-and a few coloring pages

For the list people I have my Brain Dump and my Thought Purge: A Book of Lists 

This 5x8150 page book is for people who wish they were planner people but really aren't. There's no calendar in here because you won't use it. It's not dated because you won't write in it every day and don't want to throw it away after a year with blank pages left.

This is a book for people who need to write things down and like to make lists and check things off them. All the pages are the same and have places to write your to-do list, random thoughts, to call/email, to research/read, goals, and to buy (for groceries or random stuff on amazon).

Thought Purge: A Book of Lists

If you're the type who knows that those fancy calendars and dated journals are just not your jam, then you've found your soulmate in this book. We won't bore you with unused calendar pages or guilt-trip you into filling out daily entries destined for oblivion. Nope, this book is a different breed.

Consider it your trusty sidekick for jotting down life's essential details without the commitment drama. It's the ultimate wingman for folks who live by lists and take immense pleasure in checking off those little boxes.

Flip through its pages, and you'll find not one, but two different flavors of lists. The even-numbered pages are your playground for all things list-worthy: what to buy, what to research/read, space for random musings, and, of course, a VIP section for those "Aha!" moments that pop into your head at the most unexpected times.

But wait, there's more! The odd-numbered pages are like your personal command center for life's adventures – places to go, people to see (or at least plan to call, email, or text), tasks that need conquering, and those oh-so-important things you absolutely must remember (or else!).

So, if you're ready to embrace a journal that gets you – the non-committal, list-loving, and occasionally scatterbrained superhero that you are – then grab this book, and let the adventures in doodling, listing, and occasionally planning begin!

Thought Purge: A Book of Lists: Cozy Edition

Curl up with this delightful journal, designed especially for those who find solace in the art of making lists and relish the satisfaction of ticking off tasks.

It contains 4 pages of lists a week. On the first page, are appointments, the people you need to get in touch with, and your trusty to-do's – your week's roadmap, if you will.

On the second page you'll find a list for things you need to clean and organize, things you need to research, intertwined with the whimsy of random musings. Here, the mundane transforms into moments of cozy contemplation.

Turn the page and let your creativity bloom as you plan what to create and envision the comforting meals that will grace your table. There is space for lists of things to create, meals to make, and things to buy.

But what sets this journal apart is the fourth page, a haven of coziness in a busy world. Here, your to-do list transforms into a delightful collection of snug activities. Plan your coziest moments, curate your reading list for those snug evenings, and cherish sweet memories you want to hold close to your heart.

So, if your heart skips a beat at the thought of cozying up with your thoughts, dreams, and daily plans, this journal is your inviting companion on that heartwarming journey. Let's snuggle in and embrace the simple joy of lists and life's little comforts.


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