September Mini Planner

I have really been loving my mini daily planners. Well, I have actually been using them as weekly planners. Every Sunday I print out a fresh planner, copy over any postponed meals or unchecked items on my to-do list, and rethink the coming week. I’ve especially appreciated having my goals staring me in the face, to remind me of the things that often require an ongoing commitment to, but sometimes get pushed aside.

After losing one of my mini planners (they are kind of small after all), I prettied-up one of the composition books that are cheap right now because of back-to-school, and added a pocket to slip my planner into. It is just a piece of scrapbook paper adhered with decorative tape. When the planner is not in my pocket I try to keep it in my notebook, which is also a great spot to write down details for the the things already in the mini planner.

Blank month mini planner

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6 Responses to September Mini Planner

  1. Mutti says:

    Oh, I missed seeing the Mini-Planners, but I really did enjoy taking the New Dimension Balls to my sisters. They loved them, too! Thanks so much. I will print out a mini planner right now! I could use it!

  2. Dana says:

    I love your blog and came by to be sure I’d still be able to “follow.” I didn’t see that option, but will check back. I DO follow on FB, but I always like to know when you post 🙂 — Dana

    • Kristin says:

      Dana, I don’t think there is a follow option, like there was on blogger. I do have an RSS feed button you could use to subscribe to inkablinka (which is basically the same as being a “follower”). Click on the orange button to the top right of the home page, and it will give you options to follow with whatever blog reader you are using. Thanks so much for keeping in touch!

  3. Charity says:

    I love these mini planners. They fit perfectly in my wallet. Thanks!

  4. Tammy says:

    I found you site through “We Talk of Christ, We Rejoice in Christ”, love the mini planners – thanks.

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