Re-committing to Passion Planner

I am a planner, but I have feared commitment for many, many years now. I flitted from planner to planner, not willing to settle down with any one of them, always finding something lacking in each. Even when I did think I’d found “the one” I would invariably change my mind, and have a different planner for the next year.

Throughout the years, I keep coming back to Passion Planner. I have an on-again, off-again relationship with that planner, since I backed the first Kickstarter. (I think? I’m pretty sure I did. It has been…a long time.)

This year, I started with a Polestar Planner for my business life (and a Witches’ Datebook for my personal). I love them both. I didn’t love them enough to actually use them on a regular basis.

So when I saw a sale on Passion Planner in June where I could get a FREE dated planner when I ordered a certain amount of other stuff in my basket…I quickly bought some stickers and a very pretty yellow Passion Planner for 2020.

So what it’s halfway through the year? I wasn’t using the other planners. When it doesn’t work, pivot.

I’m pivoting back to Passion Planner.

And I’m applying to be an Ambassador. Passion Planner is the one I keep coming back to. I love other planners as well, but Passion Planner is the one I use.

~Katje

DIY Planner: the later months of the year

I really did not post much this year, huh? Now watch me scrambling, trying to make up for it in the last month. Classic Katje!

So early this year I posted about my DIY planner made with an IKEA catalogue and crafting tape. I did not abandon that project! Actually as time went on, I expanded my sources for creating the collage. I cut up some old Barefoot Books catalogues to create more collages, and for December I’m using part of a wildlife calendar. (As of writing this, I still have not done December. Talk about behind.)

I also got washi tape in addition to the dollar store crafting tape I was using. The month collage pages of my planner look pretty awesome.

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