December Highlights from the #PlanWithMeChallenge

One of the best things about this challenge is the wisdom I glean from the rest of you and how you do your work and live your life. If you didn’t catch some of these, check them out now!

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Steff offers a simple way to get packing organized @sosteffso
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A simple and powerful way to incorporate self-care into a Daily layout // @greytheoryshop
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OBSESSED with this retrospective look at 2015 – the rating system is really interesting. // @thefridaystudio
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This forward planning layout might solve any cons you experience with the Bullet Journal // @graduationgoals
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Kim offers the lessons she’s learned // @tinyrayofsunshine
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A super simple and powerfully effective layout – she is getting shit done, people // @hernameismayla
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A stunningly simple way to track multiple schedules with just a handful of colors! // @boho.berry
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I love how Natalie used page flags to move her plans around a very relaxed week. Slash, being on-call doesn’t really mean you’re off. 😉 // @natalieundis
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Allycia has an awesome monthly set up with a tracker and challenge lists – I refer to these pages all the time too 🙂 // @hopedreamjournal
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Rosanna has a super functional and minimal bullet journal, using post-its for running errands and other on the go tasks // @fourdotspaper
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Sarah has a W02P set up with just enough room for something extra // @mymessybujo
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Wan plans simply and beautifully in her Happy Planner – some flair and a lot of function // @wansplansandexplorations
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Todd Nelson on our Facebook page has this really robust monthly view AND habit tracker. It took me a second to see it… and it is GENIUS. Tasks up top and a tiny bit of room for events on the right.

Maybe this will shake up some of your creativity before the new year (if it’s overwhelming just turn back, don’t keep looking!).  Did you see something you’re going to add to your planning system? I know it helped me refine my January system.  Let me know your tweaks in the comments!




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