I’m a terrible clothes hoarder. Like, I have clothes from when I was 21, that I barely fit in, that I keep because I always think I’ll wear it again. And when I was 21 I was in my Graveyard/Trash Goth phase, which is totally not my current aesthetic wish. (I had many phases of goth, then I just stopped caring as long as I was covered). I want to get back into having a Style, and start caring about how I dress.
I like to track my meals, to hold myself accountable. Like, I’m going to eat garbage food. I try to keep it to a minimum, but I know I’ll do it more often if I’m not tracking my intake.
I don’t diet, though. I just try to eat reasonably healthy. Dieting is so proven to not be helpful. But since I’m not an expert, that’s all I’ll say about that.
I play D&D, Pathfinder, Cyberpunk 2020, and anything White Wolf. And when planning, It’s good to have a sticker for that!
I did ROYGBIV, then some neon colors that coordinate well with Happy Planner stickers, and a few rows of black, because it’s hard to go wrong with black!
I like to schedule times to work on my planner for the next week. It helps me to keep things organized, and helps me remember what I have to do in the following week so I’m not overscheduling myself.
So I use these plan dots. I usually sit down Saturday or Sunday to plan, and I just pop the sticker on the day I’ll most likely have the time to do so.
I made a ton of colors, because there’s nothing worse for me than to not have something that coordinates well with what I’ve already done with stickers. First World Problems, I know, but I prefer to not have jarring color combinations in my Planner! Since I also love downloading tons of fonts, so Each row has a different font. I’ve printed them, and Plan shows up reasonably well on all of the printouts on an HP Inkjet printer. Hopefully it’ll work for you, as well! Continue reading →
I love the Happy Planner sizes. I especially love the Mini, which is why everything is currently done with for the Mini. Also, I find it SUPER SUPER hard to find anything sized for the Mini in a format that doesn’t waste so much space (And I really, really dislike wasting page space when I’m printing anything)
Yes, you can size pretty much any insert to fit the Mini, by shrinking it to a certain percent, and printing carefully. However, when one can get two inserts to a page comfortably, it’s galling for me to have to do that. And since I don’t own any of the inserts I’d like, I have to make my own. And since I don’t own any of the inserts I like, I have to come up with my own style, and figure it out from there.