I’ll admit it. I love the technology we have today. Specifically, I love my cellular phone. Several years ago we got rid of our home phone, because we all had cell phones (and our land line had a horrible roar that the phone company could never seem to fix). These days I use my phone for most things because it’s convenient and handy. I love being able to check my e-mail, text messages, and check in on social media before I even get out of bed in the morning.
But while it’s super easy to plug dates, locations, and notes about events into my phone’s calendar, I still love physical planners. There’s just something about that physical calendar. Kind of like “real” books. I love my Kindle app and use it quite often, but it’s not the same as holding a book in your hands.
One of the reasons I like to use a planner is aesthetic. I love the designs and decorations. I love being able to “doodle” or make notes. And “to do” lists seem a little less onerous when they’re hand written and surrounded by roses and soft colors instead of a sterile list on my phone.
As soon as I saw the Love Today Planner Kit in the new Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog, I knew it would be one of the first things on my wish list. I was not disappointed. It’s beautiful.
The pages (except for the printed tabs) are blank, so you can add your own dates and start whenever you want. I started mine June 2017, so it will be “active” through May 2018. And there’s also a refill kit that includes everything except the binder, so I can keep it forever, or until my refills run out. I love the Night of Navy and gold design, and the tabbed calendar pages are so beautiful. It coordinates with the Memories & More pocket pages and cards, so I can add pictures of my granddaughter (and kids and other people and pets). There are pages with pockets, sticker sheets, and “sticky notes” that all coordinate.
Watch as Brandi from Stampin’ Up! shows you all the different elements of the planner. Then place your order today!
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