{Keep It Together – Oct. 2021}: Planners and Harry Potter

Posted October 28, 2021 by shooting in Planning / 10 Comments

Keep It Together is a monthly link up with Rebecca Jo, all about planning and memory keeping. It’s normally the third Thursday of the month but I’m a week late. I have a linky at the bottom of this post though if you have anything you want to share!

Keep It Together: October 2021

Now that November starts on Monday, it’s really time that I start thinking about my planner for next year. I’ve been using a book bound Simplified Planner this year that I’ve really loved. I like the book bound style because there’s no rings to get in the way and the size is nice to carry around, especially for work. However, it is a bit pricey and I don’t know that I really want to spend that much again for a planner. I’m still trying to figure it out…

Does anyone have a favorite planner? What did you use for 2021, and has it been working well for you?

I do have some November blog news though! I’m going to be doing a A Very Harry Potter Christmas, highlighting some fun Harry Potter themed items that would make wonderful holiday gifts this year. There might even be some giveaways, so be sure to keep an eye on my blog next month!

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10 responses to “{Keep It Together – Oct. 2021}: Planners and Harry Potter

  1. Thanks so much for hosting the party! This week I shared some fun Halloween coloring pages, my November journaling prompts, and my new 2022 planner. I hope you have a fabulous day ❤️

  2. I’ve been sticking with an Erin Condren planner BUT…… I actually found an almost identical one when I was walking around Barnes & Noble, so that’s what I’ve picked up. Mine goes from August 2021-September 2022 and it’s perfect. I use a small desktop weekly calendar for blog planning though, my planner is for literally everything else. If I try to combine it all, it’s just TOO much of a mess.

  3. Jen

    I cannot even believe it is November next week! I am so putting my holiday decorations up early!!!

    Good luck on the planner search 🙂

  4. I’ve also been thinking a lot about what planner to use for 2022. It’s hard to decide! This year I used both a bullet journal (for everyday planning) and the PowerSheets Planner for goal setting and planning. I really like it but have been thinking about trying the Full Focus Planner system that would combine both into one–but it’s also so expensive!

  5. Hi Lauren, I love planners. I used to buy paperblanks as their covers are so beautiful. But they are a bit smallish. I began making my own planners by altering books that I no longer wanted. It’s been really fun. It takes a bit of time to get it started but once you get into it, it’s quite therapeutic. Plus it doesn’t cost anything. 🙂 Moleskine have nice ones, too.

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  6. San

    I’ve been using a Fringe Planner for the last two years. They’re spiral bound (which I love, as I like to flip them over), simple layout, but cute covers and really affordable.

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