Now that the weather has decided to be agreeable to the season, I thought I would put together a winter planner printable for you! I really do love winter. Second only to fall, it is one of my favorite seasons! There is nothing like snuggling up on the couch with my hubby and our littles, enjoying a nice hot cup of cocoa, and a movie in front of the fireplace. Ahh...yes... And of course it wouldn't be complete without PJ's! This printable is my little modge podge tribute to winter. All you have to do is sign up to get this planner printable and a BONUS straight to your inbox!
What you get:
1- PDF file (Winter Wonder)
1- BONUS PDF file (Winter Washi Tape)
I really hope you enjoy this printable! If you do, please comment and share! And don't forget to tag #memoirsofagoodthing =)
Until next time, blessings to you and yours,
If you caught a glimpse of my "Ode To Autumn" printable post, then this post will probably look familiar to you. I wanted to show you guys how I used it to plan next weeks spread. One of my favorite parts of this printable is the burlap detailing. Burlap just screams fall to me and it ended up being just the thing to finish off this fall tribute. If you didn't get a chance to download this free printable (and the matching washi tape!) you can download it here.
So, today I am so excited to offer you my first ever planner printable! I have been wanting to design a printable of my own for a while now and I finally decided to take a whack at it. It is no secret that I absolutely adore fall...the weather, the colors, the clothes, the food, the smells...let's just say everything...I enjoy everything about fall! So, here it is...My "Ode To Autumn".
But that's not all...I also created printable washi tape to go with it! Yay! I don't know about you, but oftentimes I struggle to find the right washi tape to go with my planner spreads. So, I thought I'd spare you my headache and throw it in there for ya! You're Welcome =)
If you love Autumn as much as I do, you will definitely enjoy planning your next weekly spread with these printable planner pages.
If you do use them, please snap a photo and share it on social media. Don't forget to tag me! #memoirsofagoodthing I would love to see it! =) Also, comment and let me know what you think of them. I always appreciate your feedback <3
Until next time, blessings to you and yours,
P.S. Want to see this printable in an actual spread? Click Below!
I generally don't do monthly spreads for my planner but I decided to give it a try after coming across this November printable! One thing that drew my attention was the fact that it's not the typical fall layout...it could also be because I love the color purple but I really do like the fact that it offers something other than pumpkins, leaves, and acorns. Don't get me wrong, fall is my favorite season and I love all these thing. However, it's nice to have other options you know what I mean?
Fall is by far my favorite time of year! Pumpkin spice lattes (and pie), scarves, and winter boots. Yes! That is my fall in a nutshell. Now that the weather has decided to catch up with the season, I have definitely gotten into the fall décor mood. I decided I wanted to do a fall/autumn theme in my planner this week. Of course, that was solidified after I found these adorable fall themes printables. I actually got them from two different sites, but, as you can see, they matched together perfectly!
The plans of the hard worker lead only to plenty, But all rash haste only to poverty.
I was browsing Pinterest one day when I came across this adorable printable. I knew it would be the perfect planner theme for mom's birthday week. My mom has a seemingly large obsession with dogs. Think Mr. Muggles from Heroes...Ok, maybe not THAT extreme but you get the idea. So, needless-to-say, when I found this free printable, I snatched it up right away.
One thing that having a family has taught me is the importance of being organized. I have always considered myself a pretty organized person but having a family of 6 requires a special kind of organization. You know, the kind that plans for everything yet is flexible enough to drop everything at a moments notice and still accomplish everything on the days agenda. yeah, that kind of organized. It has definitely been adjustment. I have always been the type of person that thrives on routine and has a somewhat difficult time adjusting when things don't go as planned. One thing they never tell you about having kids is that things rarely ever go as planned. So, here I am, 4 kids in and to this day, still adjusting. But I am making progress every day...Yay me!