If you have a planner girl, odds are she would enjoy planners other than her day to day agenda. One of my favorite things to plan (other than my day) is my goals and how to achieve them. There are a ton of goal planners around, which means there is something for everyone. A few of my favorites are the Shining Life Planner by Leonie Dawson (which I’ve had for 4 years running now), Daily Greatness journals, and this year I found the Kikki.k goal planner. Each planner has a different style of planning, but they are all excellent and would be a really fun gift, as your planner girl could spend the last week of 2017 planning her 2018.
Planner stickers are all the rage right now. Etsy shops with gorgeous stickers are more than plentiful, and major planner brands have finally joined the party as well. Some of my favorites are the stickers available from Erin Condren. They’ve had really cute sticker books for a few years now, but they’ve branched out even further and basically have a sticker page that makes me want everything I see. They have cute themed sets, including some that are meant to accompany their adorable and awesome new themed petite planners, and transparent dot stickers, which is something I’ve been wanting for a long time to track things on my year at a glance calendars. Whether your choice is Etsy, Erin Condren, or the amazing planner area at your local Michaels, planner stickers are a fun and function gift for planner girls everywhere.
For the planner girl, washi tape is pretty much a given. Whether you’re a total washi fiend or just a planner minimalist, washi tape can be a simple and fun way to jazz up your planner pages. There are washis with themes (I have cupcakes, bread, books, and more), tons of colors, foils and glitters, and everything in between. The best part is washi is found in craft stores all over, so you no longer have to take to the internet to find sun washi tape. Head over to Michaels or Hobby Lobby and you’re sure to find plenty. It makes an amazing stocking stuffer.
My planner forever changed when I got my hands on these erasable pens. I wanted to write in color, but was always afraid of things changing and then having to cross it out and make my planner look less pretty. Maybe that’s crazy, but it’s the truth. Erasable pens allowed me to color code and write pretty things in my planner, but erase it clean if something needed to change. For this planner girl, it was a dream come true. Bonus: there are also erasable markers on the market!! I have them, and yes, they work! Read more