To be honest, my lineup hasn’t really changed much from the beginning of the year, with the exception of the design of the planner and the reduced number of planners I am actually using at this point. With downsizing and moving into an RV, I had to do some major thinking on what was going to be most effective and efficient for what I needed.
Let’s be honest, an RV does not offer much space for a designated craft room, much less storage for a ton of planners ( which I do miss!).
SO, with that being said, here’s the run-down of my updated planner lineup for the remainder of the 2018 year.
Catch-All | Farmhouse Classic Happy Planner
I use the Farmhouse Classic Happy Planner as my daily catch-all planner. In reality, this planner is completely frankenplanned to combine a few planners/planner extension packs together in one single planner. I use the clear and gold dashboards as dividers throughout the planner to section off each category. I really love how this planner is and has been working out for me.
I made the switch to the Farmhouse Classic Happy Planner from the Boho Deep Tones Classic Happy Planner, and I have been IN LOVE! I use the Farmhouse weekly pages to track our travels, activities, and meal plan. Then, I added extra elements such as the wellness extension, project planning pages, a month at a time from my Trendsetter monthly planner for social media planning, and extra filler paper for doodles (I use the new dot grid paper from The Happy Planner) and notes. I also added the new rose gold metal discs to add a little extra class.
This is my go-to planner, and I love everything being all in one place!
Wallet | Buffalo Plaid Traveler’s Notebook
I use my Buffalo Plaid Traveler’s Notebook from Webster’s Pages as my everyday traveling wallet. I did a full post and video on how I set this up that you can find here. I love having this convenient little bundle that I can throw in any bag as we leave for the day, be it to the grocery store or to the national park. I have really enjoyed having my TN with me where I can jot notes down, keep a calendar on hand for on-the-go monthly planning and have all of my necessities together.
This has been a wonderful addition to my lineup!
Work | Everyday Essentials Classic Happy Planner
My work planner was created by using extra planner planner pages from my Everyday Essentials 18 month planner that I was no longer utilizing. Since I work remote, and have various contracts, I needed a place to record daily tasks for each of my contracts. I simply popped a few months and corresponding weekly pages on an extra set of mini discs, added some dashboards as dividers and popped in some extra filler paper for note-taking. Voila! A quick and easy work planner that I can have on hand for conference calls and meetings.
It’s amazing the kinds of combinations you can make with a few extra planner pages, dashboards and some extra discs!
Moon Journal | Boho Deep Tones Mini Happy Planner
I converted my Boho Deep Tones Mini Happy Planner into my Moon Journal where I track moon phases in the monthly view, use the weekly view for intention setting, and added a few dashboards to keep my New Moon and Full Moon workbooks from Spirit Daughter behind. I also added a few extra note pages for taking notes while reading related books that help with my studies along the way. With the dreamcatchers, constellations and ethereal quotes, it was a no-brainer to use this for my Moon Journal!
I love the small size of this planner-turned-journal, and it fits perfectly in my nightstand right where I can find it every morning and evening!
Homeschool | Explore More Student Happy Planner
With the release of the new Student and Teacher Happy Planners, I decided to pick a new student planner up to give it a try. Last year, I used a Big Happy Planner system with my own printables for homeschooling, but I wanted to see if the new student planner would work just as well. School hasn’t quite started, but I am hopeful that this will reduce the need to always print out each month given that sometimes our resources are limited, and that can get a little tricky on the road.
I also fell in love with the dividers and quotes in this student planner since it depicted our lifestyle to a tee! I liked the new layout of the weekly pages, and I opted to swap out the discs for silver metal discs to add some extra shine!
Well, that’s a wrap…for now! If you know me, this will all probably change at some point in time. Did you make any mid-year switches in your planner lineup? Let me know in the comments below!