#PlanWithGeorgina : Introduction to Planners
Today's post is something a bit different...
I use my Moleskine Planner only for my personal and blogging life, not for my full time job. I bought the one with monthly view only because my individual day is not very exciting (a 9-5 office job is hardly exciting), but for planning my blog posts and scheduling friends meetings, I find the monthly view is the most useful as the month just lay in front of me.
This is what my February page looks like. I was in Hong Kong for a three week holiday so there were a lot going on.
I used my Whip Deco roller (in Tulips) to mark out my Hong Kong stay, which had liven up the month instantly without too much effort.
Following the 12 month view section, there are lots lined pages for plenty of space to write about. I use these pages to jot down blogs ideas. I write my ideas on these little post-it notes, so that I can move them around in the month that I want to write about them. So I don’t have to keep crossing things out.
And to keep things together, I also have my dashboard at the back – “dashboard” is the page where I line up my sticky notes. I have various sizes in hand for different notes.
I also bought a ton of cute stickers and washi tapes in Hong Kong. If you want to see what I have bought, follow me on the app Snupps (@forksandbrushes) where I post all the individual stickers and tapes that I have, and from which shops I bought them from.
I am just loving my planner and the decoration hobby that comes with it.
If you are in the UK and have the same obsession, I would love to hear from you! I am most active on Instagram (forksandbrushes) and twitter (forksandbrushes).