Welcome back to The Planned Life!
Weekly, I’ll be showing you my spreads (pre-filled out) and talk about some things I think are important and also do a quick recap of how my week went. If you plan as well, I would love to know your weekly themes and recaps as well so comment at your leisure!
Week of August 3rd through August 9th, 2015
This week was really interesting for me, planning wise. My theme was just red, orange and pink with flowers and puppies (I was dogsitting all week!)I bought this washi tape at Walgreens and was more than excited to try it out. Starting from the left page: I am not a fan of the monthly calendar that’s printed in the upper left hand of the page so I try to block that with whatever I can. My notes section tells me how much water I’ve been drinking, what book I’m reading and any other small details. I decided to add the flower border washi to the days I had off, to make them look extra fun! I have also reinvented my way of decorating to celebrate a birthday and I think it’s much cuter. On this page you can see how I began to use my @llamaletters lessons to help with my lettering and I think it came out well! On the right page, you can see how usually Thursday’s are my cleaning days, and Fridays are lonely because I work all day! I also put my lettering to the test with my homemade weekend banner!
My Favorite and Recap:
You can say this week was pretty frustrating for me despite having a cute spread. I was dogsitting all week which is fun but kind of crazy. My best friend Alexis had her baby this week as well and it was awesome, he is such a cutie! I found myself in a constant work routine and did not really feel myself and my weekend did not really look like a real weekend. The meal planning this week was a disaster, Eddie and I wrote it out on Monday and ended up switching everything around! My favorite part about this spread was the cute weekend section because the puppy sticker used even has a little sweater that matches my washi! Also: The quotes used this week were “Put on some Lipstick and pill yourself together,” by Elizabeth Taylor, “You can never be over dressed or over educated,” by and another ones that is a bit hard to read!
Thanks for reading!