Brilliant Weekly Scheduler
The *Brilliant Weekly Scheduler* is a very beautiful and unique weekly scheduler! The Brilliant Weekly Scheduler features 60 sheets to help you plan for up to 60 weeks! The Brilliant Weekly Scheduler features weekly schedules on the front and memo area on the back side for you to jot down your notes and other memorable events. It is a dateless planner so you can start planning whenever you want! As a "brilliant" added bonus, the stand is included too! Please check out the photos to learn…
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12 Doodles How To for Bullet Journals - Press Print Party
Step by step how to instructions on 12 clever and fun doodles. Be creative and learn how to doodle efficiently for your Bullet Journal.
I have a new obsession. I know, I know! I flit from one to the other. This time, I hope I'm sticking to it for the next year. I've joined in with a group on Facebook called The Documented Life Project. It is a free group, but you have to ask to be in it. The idea came about when 5 artsy friends spent some time together and admired one of their journals. It is a combination planner, journal and art journal. They decided to make it into a project for everyone to participate in. Thus began the…
How to Create a Weekly Schedule that Helps You Get More Done
Five great tips for creating a weekly schedule that will actually help you get more done each week! Everything from creating a weekly meal plan (and writing it on the schedule) to scheduling in time for crafts and your latest ab workout. These schedule organization tips are fantastic but #5 is my favorite!
My personal variation on the Power Hour. – Modern Mrs Darcy
I love the idea of a "power hour." Schedule 60 minutes each week to tackle those those small, mildly unpleasant tasks that are important but not urgent, and therefore, likely to not get done at all. And I've discovered a funny thing: taking the time out to learn new skills and master new tools is often—not always, but more than I expected—is saving me time in the long run.