Are you a paper and pencil type of planner girl? Or maybe you’re more green and go the digital route. Personally, I’m a little bit of both! I like to have parts of my planner on paper and parts of my planner digitally.
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Today, I’m super excited to show you how I make my personal planner, and maybe it’ll inspire you to create your own disc bound planner too. Check out the video below. It’s kind of loooong, but at least it’s thorough! 😉
I’m always trying to revamp my planning. I made my first planner several years ago and have been updating and making it better ever since! Ha. These days I’m going more and more digital. That’s why I wanted my newest update to have a fully digital option! So excited!
In the video I talk about which pages I like to print and which I use digitally. Here’s a quick recap:
- I type everything on the forms and add stickers before I print.
- I like to print all the calendars, checklists, and paperwork forms.
- The digital forms I use are the weekly planning pages, caseload tracker, and add/transfer lists.
Next year, I may go all digital. But for now I can’t bring myself to part with the cute pencil and paper forms. The planner I make is disc bound (my favorite) but the pages also fit nicely in a binder or you could get it all spiral bound. If you shrink the pages to 84%, you can fit them in the Happy Planner as well!
My favorite disc bound products are the ones by TUL. Here are the products I used in this video:
If you need a little more help compiling your planner, you can grab this one from my store. It includes step by step directions and fully editable pages for you to customize it like you want it.
Happy planning! What questions do you have?