Hey everyone! I have another video to share with you all today, and I think you’re going to really like it! I filmed a complete planner system tour, walking you through each planner I use to keep my life organized. I have been using this planning system for quite some time now, and while I’ve shared each individual planner with you separately, I’m really excited to share a comprehensive overview of my system!
I use a total of four planners in my everyday system. You can see a full walkthrough of each planner in the video below. I also shared a picture of each planner, a short description, and a few links to other posts I’ve written about each planner in this post below the video.
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And as promised, I have some more information on each planner for you below!
I use this planner to organize everything in my personal life, from schedules and appointments, to daily routines and tasks. You can see a more in depth tour of this planner here. You can also see a few other posts I’ve written about decorating or reviewing this planner by clicking the pictures below:
I use a letter sized Martha Stewart discbound planner as my blog planner. Everything I need to plan or organize to run Label Me Merrit gets done in this planner. You can see the most recent tour I shared of this planner here. You can also see a few other posts I’ve written about setting up or using this planner by clicking the pictures below:
I use an A5 Martha Stewart binder to organize all that goes into running the Merrit Elizabeth Shop. Everything from product development, to launches, to financial records, it all gets a place in my Etsy planner. You can see a full tour of this planner here.
Finally, the planner I use every single day, without fail, is my junior sized Martha Stewart discbound. This is my planning “hub” where I transfer all my to-dos for each day form each planner onto a single daily insert. This makes it so I don’t have to constantly flip through three planners throughout the day, and also keeps all my to do items right in front of me, so nothing gets forgotten.
You can see the most recent tour I shared of this planner here. You can also see other posts I’ve written about setting up and using this planner by clicking the pictures below:
And that finishes up the complete and full tour of my planner system! I hope you guys enjoyed taking a walk through all my planners as much as I did sharing them with you! As always, if you have any questions, just leave them in the comments and I will get back to you with an answer as soon as I can!