DIY Traveler’s Notebook

Hi ho, friends. I have been wanting a Traveler’s Notebook ever since I took Christy Tomlinson’s Creative Planner class.  It’s the perfect size for carrying in my commute bag.  I used the notebook that came in this month’s Planner Society box as the template.  I also made a couple of notebooks with tabbed wrappers (not […]

Read More DIY Traveler’s Notebook

October Plan & the Planner Society

Hi ho lovely readers. Two months ago, I subscribed to Christy Tomlinson’s Scarlet Lime Planner Society.  The contents of the two boxes I’ve received so far, do not disappoint.  You get a lot of coordinated goodies: sheets of lovely double-sided paper, stickers, die cuts, a pen, stamps, washi tape, clips, a cute little bag and […]

Read More October Plan & the Planner Society

Creative Planner Review

Hi ho my lovlies! As promised, today’s post is a review of Christy Tomlinson and Cori Streiker’s on-line workshop: The Creative Planner. It’s billed as a 2 week class, but you could stretch this class out several weeks. I binge watched it. It’s packed with everything you could want to know about the planners that […]

Read More Creative Planner Review

Bullet Journal For Work

At work, I use Outlook for calendars and a customized disc bound notebook for recording meeting minutes and tasks.  Over the years, I’ve developed my own system but in my recent exploration of the planner phenomenon, I found the Bullet Journal system and added a couple of useful symbols to my key.  It turns out that […]

Read More Bullet Journal For Work

Bucket List: Learn Altai Khomus

Hi friends. Today’s post is a mash-up of several things on my Bucket List: Khomus progress, hooping progress, and making movies. Waaaaay back in high school, I wanted to go to film school.  By the time I graduated and was ready to head off to college, I couldn’t afford out-of-state tuition, so I studied theater […]

Read More Bucket List: Learn Altai Khomus


Hi ho my lovelies.  I’ve been into planners and organizing for a very long time. When I started my admin assistant career, computers had barely come into offices. Calendars, filing, and office organization was paper-based.  In the late 1990s, I was a sales consultant with Mary Kay and the company offered a sturdy, spiral bound 12 month planner for less […]

Read More Planners

Wardrobe Project

For many years, I’ve had the goal of making my own wardrobe.  This goal has been recently hampered by my bilateral carpal tunnel surgery. It has also been hampered by my lack of discipline to sort out my personal style. That is about to change, thanks to Coletterie (which offers adorbs retro-inspired sewing patterns), I […]

Read More Wardrobe Project