There’s something about a functional, beautiful, Pinterest-y calendar that makes you instantly want to do it. And that’s what I’m sharing with you today! I wanted something I could put my entire term schedule on, but I could still move dates around as assignments were moved around. And that’s where the sticky note idea came in. Why not make 11 rows of sticky notes, with five columns, and put the assignments on Monday-Friday? And that is how my sticky note calendar came to be.
I know that all this time you’ve all thought I was going to marry a nice British man and have cute British children and live in a beautiful Victorian home and sip tea and gab about with my other married friends. You’ve been wrong. I am going to sit on my computer and Pin all of these things for the rest of my life. That’s right, I’m addicted to Pinterest. I don’t think I’ve ever fully articulated how much I love Pinterest. My mum got me into it and shortly after I joined so d
I recently read Elsie Larson of A Beautiful Mess’s article on how she stays organized and I thought I’d show you my methods too. 1. A Day Planner. I bought a planner right before this school year started and it has saved my life. I put my daily goals, my homework, post ideas, upcoming tests, and other important dates in the pages. I also color-coordinate so I can quickly get to what I want. 2. Pinterest. I love Pinterest because it takes the whole internet and tucks it into n
With the passing of Homecoming Week, I’ve found my schedule a bit freer. And that means being able to goof around all day. Well, not exactly. But I did get some new obsessions. And I felt the need to share them right here 🙂 PINTEREST
I am a pin-addict. This website is the ultimate cork-board idea. Search your favorite items and put them into little boards. I find the most amazing things on there and am a huge fan. I find the best of the best on that website. THE THREE MUSKET