I went on a bit on a planner sticker frenzy last week. It all started with looking for functional planner stickers, and it ended with me making a large variety of stickers. Stickers save lots of time for me when I’m planning. They also look cute. Double win here!
Without further ado, here is a linked list to stickers I found for free printing. The Pictures are the ones I made. Please use these only for personal use. Enjoy! And remember, if you don’t use a planner, you can still use the stickers for your calendar. I use these full-sheet labels to print them out.
Wendaful has lots of cute flags, weather stickers, pet care stickers, and tons more!
Lily Pullitzer inspired stickers found at Planner Palooza.
SM band stickers
doc and PT
This printable is geared towards those of you who use the Workbox System. Please enjoy. This printable is customizable.
Click here to download: just weekly
Are you tired of hearing about the Workbox System? No, you’re not! I’m not a bit tired about talking of them either.
This video tour shows you what’s now in our file cabinet “workboxes”. I love this file system for the older kids. They love it and chose not to get a rolling cart when given the choice to upgrade.
This is great for apartment and small spaces as well. They key to having them feel motivated in this setup, is to make sure you fill their schedule every time. The will see their progress and get motivated to finish well.
So without further ado, the video tour.
Do you use workboxes? What’s your favorite method?
I have already seen many January challenges on blogs, YouTube and Instagram for a month of cleaning and de-cluttering. If you’re like me, the thought of a daily deep clean in any area is daunting. I decided to make my own challenge list.
I made myself a monthly, instead of daily, challenge. Each month I want to focus on a section or topic of cleaning. Here’s my list. I have also made an Instagram/Twitter handle for any of you who want some motivation and want a place to share your masterpieces.
Use #yearofclean2015 and join me for a peaceful organizational challenge. I will post updates each month here, as well as videos on my YouTube channel.
Share this challenge with a friend. Are you ready?
I get asked often what workboxes are. I can’t say enough good about our system! I found Sue Patrick’s system through one of my favorite homeschool blogs Confessions of a Homeschooler. Without further ramblings, here is how I’ve set up Olivia (2nd Grade) and Josie’s (1st grade) boxes. They Have rolling cart and Isabel and Andre use a file cabinet. I will be posting all about their boxes soon.
Enjoy! And spread the word on workboxes with every homeschooler you know. Life. Changing.
This is video two. There will be three videos in this series. Thanks for tuning in. I hope you’re encouraged. The last video in this series should be up by the end of next week.
Check out my YouTube channel for a three-part series on relieving stress.
Part 1 Get organized
Part 2 Deal with Demands
Part 3 Do you Devotions
PART ONE IS HERE: