Usually when I start to plan a week in my Erin Condren, I start out with good intentions. I plan out Monday and maybe part of Tuesday and create a to-do list that I rarely get to. But this week I actually planned every single day! No back planning this week. This week was purely plans, and I even got most of my to-do list done. I think part of it has to do with this kit and part of it was moving my planning supplies downstairs. Read about this Week in My Erin Condren down below!
The week started off rough. But by mid-week I was feeling much better, though. I took some time to start reading again this week and even finished two books! When I get into reading I don’t stop. I’ll finish three or four books and then I’ll abruptly stop for a while. Then a few months later I’ll start again. Hopefully this streak lasts longer than that! I’ve been enjoying reading, especially now that I have a new Kindle Fire to play around with. Plus, my Goodreads goal is 15 books. I’m 4 books into that goal, so let’s hope that I can finish it! Last year my goal was 10 and I read 14 books. I think I’ll be able to do it.
The rest of the week turned out pretty well. Maybe it was all of the motivational quotes I put down! This week’s spread is from a Mambi Happy Planner sticker book. That book makes it so easy to create beautiful, colorful and versatile spreads! Plus, who doesn’t love that you can buy Happy Planner products at Michael’s and use a coupon?
One of the highlights of the week was Saturday, My dad, sister and I went to Salem to the PEM museum for two exhibits they were having. One was about high heels and footwear throughout history, and the other was one about wearable art. Both exhibits were amazing. I wish I had worn better shoes.
The TV labels, double dot labels, appointment labels, laundry machines, smaller icons and laptops are from Planner Kate. The “happy mail,” vacuum and balloons are from Happy Cutie Studio. The TV stickers and nail polish bottle are from The Sticker Party (formerly Abundance of Erica.) The walking girl, cameras and “blogging time” girl are from Keena Prints. The Blobbys and stitched half label are from Oh, Hello Stationery Co. The student loan sticker is from Sweet Kawaii Design. The kit is from a Mambi Happy Planner sticker book. The washi tape is from Michael’s and Hobby Lobby.
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And that’s a Week in My Erin Condren! What do you think? While I love coordinated spreads, there’s something fun and whimsical about a rainbow spread. No need to worry about everything matching!