Hello everyone! It seems like it has been a while since I've written one of these posts, where you get to see the inside of my bag; you can see all similar posts here. Anyway, in keeping with the theme of 'Blogmas', I thought I would show you what's inside: The bag: This was a … Continue reading What’s in my bag? Christmas edition.
As I have written time and time again, planning is very important to me; it helps to keep anxious feelings at bay, and to manage my Aspergers. (Basically: I live to a sort of regimented timetable, in that I do not like to be late, and have to be early.If you'd like to read a … Continue reading A planner wishlist for Christmas.
As I had written about rather extensively before, I love to plan. I love having a planner, personalising it, logging details, debilitating over colours, sticking in Washi tape... But the question 'why' was never really answered. As you can see, I've had quite a few planners throughout the year. Personally, this year has seen me taking … Continue reading Why I Love Planning.
Hello, my name is Natalie Benton and I’m the blogger behind Gorgeous and Geeky (Click here to view.). I 'met' Lydia from Mademoiselle Women in June on Twitter, and we quickly decided on writing a collab post. I hummed and hawed for a few weeks about what I wanted to write about and thankfully Lydia … Continue reading Guest Post: My Favourite Planner, by Natalie Benton.
Good morning! I've been looking for a planner recently; not liking the Filofax personal or A5 size, I bought this notebook from Paperchase, promptly adding in a date a page. So far, so good. But I became very annoyed at how messy it became. Yes, this Journal is vaguely 'artsy'-if that is even a word-but … Continue reading The problem with my Bullet Journal.
As somebody with Asperger's syndrome, organisation is very important to me; I have to plan my days, know what everyone else is doing. Added to this various things: column and homework deadlines; a vague revision schedule; interviews; blog posts to write and more. I was in need of a planner. My planner's have variously … Continue reading Inside my bullet journal.
As I've done previously, I've shared a few posts, relating to my Filofax, how I plan, and what is inside. As I write this, it's the last day of February, and my planner has already become well and truly stuffed. About a week ago, there was also a Twitter chat, which deviated towards Filofaxes, … Continue reading A look inside my Filofax.
So, after the last post I had written, I was given a box of planner related decorating things. And since I'm doing the 365 day challenge, I couldn't just delete it-after all, it was scheduled, and ready to go. Consequently, I sat down with the new box, and other things I had collected, for a … Continue reading Filofax Set Up #2
Well, well, here we go again with the planner content (!) Last year, I was a Reader Under The Spotlight, over at Philofaxy. (Click here to view.) But I've also changed my set up again, mainly to take on far more demands, both social and academic. So, for the second post this year, I thought I … Continue reading My Filofax Set-Up for 2017.
*This is a guest post, completely unique to this week, by Ian over at The Filofaxist. Click here to view. Or, to tweet him on Twitter, click here. * My passion for Filofax began as a child even though no one in my family owned one, not that I know of anyway. I somehow ended … Continue reading Guest Post: My Filofax A4 Zipped Metropol By Ian.