A fan favorite since they released in the sub box, the Monthly + Weekly Admin Inserts (and desk pads) make planning much more simpler and organized on a whole different level. Read more on how to use them!
Coined by David Allen, the Getting Things Done Method is a productivity system meant to provide clarity and ease in your time management. We’ll take a look at what exactly this method includes, and how you can incorporate it into your planning to reach your most productive self!
Part of the fun in using a planner is adding exciting accessories and useful planning tools. This week, we’ll be exploring our favorite planning accessories and how exactly to include them in your planning routine.
All of us pet owners want the best for our dear companions, so we know it’s important to keep track of their needs. One way to keep track of your pet’s care is through planning! Here are some helpful tips and recommendations for keeping your furry, scaly, or feathery friend’s care organized.
June 22, 2022 — Kaylynn Henley
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Get the most out of your planner with our updated “refreshed” insert layouts! This week we’re taking an in-depth look at our planning items with improved layouts along with new and fresh tips on using them.
If there’s one important (and rewarding) aspect of personal planning, it’s getting finances in order. We’re excited to delve into our Financial Insert Bundle along with tips on creating a financial planner so that you’re prepared for success!
Fountain pens are unique writing utensils that are quite different from your everyday rollerball pen. Since fountain pens function differently from rollerballs, getting started can be tricky. That’s why we’ve compiled some helpful tips and tricks for using a fountain pen from Cloth & Paper below!
We at Cloth & Paper have been excited about our new Printables, and we want to ensure that all of our loyal customers have a smooth experience using them. This is why we’ve created a guide on downloading and using our favorite printables!
When I was first introduced to the planning community, I was unsure on how to start using a planner. This was primarily due to feeling that I did not have enough plans to start using it. After exploring different planning styles, I was elated to find that I started using my planner every day—and filling it up! This week we’ve compiled fun and functional ways to use your planner—even with no plans.