Aren’t they precious?! I love looking at my Planner Society traveler’s notebook collection. I have 2 pocket size, and 2 B6 size. They are truly works of art.I have them all filled up with different inserts and decor, and I just love looking at them. I am truly a Happy Planner girl at heart, but I can’t. stop. buying. traveler’s. notebooks.My 2 B6 size traveler’s notebooks. It really is the perfect size for a TN. If I wasn’t into my Glam Girl Happy Planner as much as I am, I’d plan in here everyday. So for now, these are project planners that I get out a few times a week. I like to think of them as beautiful books that I have on display.The family… 🙂Are you a TN kind of girl?
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Recently, I purchased a new tn. I have had my eye on the Sophie Traveler’s Notebook from Prima Marketing since I first saw them last fall. #allthehearteyes
I bought the passport size, which is only slightly smaller than a pocket TN. Why do tiny things steal your heart? 🙂The quality of Prima’s TN’s are amazing! And, the ruffles… I die!
I envision this planner as a reference tool to stay by my desk. Well, I want it on my desk to look at it all day too! I want to put lists in here of things I want to buy, a reference guide of things I frequently buy, and other things it would be handy to have at hand. It comes with two notebooks (shown below), but I found some sweet small notebooks at Michaels that look perfect in here! I’ll be sure to share when I have it fully set up!
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Hello! This is a post I’ve been trying to write for a couple weeks now! My 2018 planner lineup is sorted out (for now!), so here’s a look at what I’m using to stay organized and to be creative this year. There are a lot of planners listed below, but keep in mind that not all of them are used every single day. Only two of them are. The others are for memory keeping or stay in my purse. I just have a love of beautiful planners, much like other people have a love of collecting books, movies, or shoes.
I am a Happy Planner Girl. I love trying new and different planners (rings, TN’s, spiral bound), but Happy Planners just simply work for me.
My main planner is the Glam Girl lined vertical Happy Planner. I love the lined weeks. The dividers are so girly, and so beautiful too. She’s my fave!!
As much fun as the Glam Girl planner is, I love to play around with Frankenplanning too. There are just too many gorgeous planners and styles out there to just use one! So, inside my Glam Girl, I have also added the Happy Planner Trendsetter. It’s a monthly planner, so I am still playing around with different things to track in it.
In addition, I found the Daydreamer Happy Planner at Hobby Lobby for an insanely low price a couple weekends ago, so this one is my memory planner for the year. I will add photos from my Sprocket printer in each weekly spread and some embellishments. This planner is sooo gorgeous! I’m not a horizontal layout kind of planner, but for this purpose it will work for me.
My final Happy Planner for the year is my beloved Mini. I started using a Mini last year, and I love the small size. It is too little for all my planning needs (and I’ve tried to make it work!), but it’s great for quotes, gratitude or tracking purposes.
Now for some more planners I will be using!
I have this lovely Kate Spade personal planner, and I have in the past taken this in my purse for quick references. I also had the Mini Recollections planner. I turned it into a Mini Happy Planner, but wasn’t crazy about it. So, I turned the cover into the opening dashboard in this personal planner. I love it!! As for the insides of the Mini Recollections planner, it is in my Mini Happy Planner as an alternative layout for my weekly spreads.
A new addition is this beautiful Planner Society B6 TN that was included in the December kit. I am not good at using TN’s for everyday planning (maybe because I’m left-handed?). I’m going to make monthly inserts using my Planner Society kits and adding photos and memories from each month in it.
The final planner I’ll be using is a Pocket TN. I’m expecting a new Planner Society one at the end of January, and I can really see it as an on-the-go purse planner. I’ve got the inserts ready to go!
Thanks for sticking with me until the end! What does your planner lineup look like?
Last week, I received this beautiful tn and kit in the mail from The Planner Society! I pre-ordered this way back in July, and I can’t believe it’s here. It’s a pocket size traveler’s notebook, and it coordinated with the August kit. I set it up pretty quickly after grabbing it from the mailbox!
Here’s a look at the contents…
This is a quick look at how I set her up. I plan to use this tn in November (my birthday month). I want to document each day and the events of the month, along with photos of course. I think it’ll be a fun way to document the month. A November Daily, if you will. It may become a regular thing, who knows?
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Hello! Just stopping by today to share my new favorite planner! It’s my pocket tn by The Planner Society. I have never owned a planner or a tn this size (about 3.5 x 5.5), so I was anxious to try it out! I made a few tiny notebooks before I got it to test out the size. After using it for a few days, I think I could really get used to it!It’s gorgeous in person, and is really soft. I have mine pretty stuffed, and I used a lot of pretty decorative paperclips in it, which only makes it cuter, in my opinion! 🙂I have four inserts in here (all from The Planner Society), and two spare inserts in a pocket I made so my tn doesn’t get too bulky. I felt like this planner needed a unicorn for some reason… so I found one! 🎀 And, look how cute the inside of the tn is!I 💞 this tn!! And, I have my eye on a Scriver Creek scalloped tn now…Here’s a look at the kit that came separate from the tn, and the cute bag the tn came in! If you didn’t get the chance to purchase one the first time around, try this link, so when they become available again, you don’t miss out!
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Have you tried planning in this size tn before? Did you like it, or would you try one?