3 Planning Secrets You Should Try Next
Looking to upgrade your planner or use tips and tricks to elevate your routine? Take your planning routine to the next level with these three planning secrets Cloth & Paper has curated for you!
Minimalist DIY Dividers
Create your own luxe, minimalist dividers using the MINI ICON STICKERS | LIFESTYLE or PLANNER STICKERS | FOR C&P SPIRAL BOUND PLANNER with the TRANSPARENT PAGE FLAGS. Apply an icon sticker to the end of your page flag, then place it within your planner to indicate that section. This works perfectly as a quick, easy, and sleek divider option.
Combining Accessories for Functionality
Want to add even more functionality to your accessories? Try combining them! With a ruler such as CLEAR RULER JOURNALING CARD or GLASS PLASTIC PAGE MARKER | FOSSIL, store your page flags right on your page marker! The MATCHSTICK and SPOTLIGHT PAGE FLAG SETS are perfect fits for this method. This is great for keeping your page flags and a bookmark for reading, editing, and planning!
Add Reusability to Your Journaling Cards
Wish you could use your journaling cards while also keeping them pristine? Surprise – you can! Reuse planner cards like the MINIMAL TASK CARD SET | GOALS, INBOX & MEMO and EMAIL/CALL MINIMAL TASK CARD SET by placing a transparent sticky note over them. BLANK TAB STICKY NOTE SET in Cotton and the TRANSPARENT STICKY NOTES in Ash are perfect for using this method. (The best pen for writing on transparent material is the UNI PIN MARKING PEN). This way, you can reuse your planning cards, and reset with a fresh start if needed!
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Great tips, thanks so much!
Connie Johnson said:
Transparent sticky notes over journaling cards that are just too pretty to write on is a genius idea!