It’s that time of year when all the planner people celebrate! Time to setup another planner for the new year! I have been a planner person for as long as I can remember. I grew up using planners and lists and all things stationary. I still use a paper planner, even in this digital age. I can’t imagine myself ever going completely digital.
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After using many, many planners over the years, I believe I have finally found planner peace. I have used a B6 Stalogy for all of 2020, and could not be happier. It is a perfect fit for my brain and my life. If you aren’t familiar with a Stalogy, it is essentially a blank bound notebook with 365 pages. It comes in a few different sizes – A6, B6 and A5. I love the B6 size – right in the middle. I can throw it in my purse if needed, but there is plenty of space for me.
I know we all love peeking into other planners, so I filmed a quick video of my Stalogy setup for 2021. Keep in mind I am a homeschool mom of 8, and I have this blog and my Red Aspen and Beautycounter businesses. I use my Stalogy for everything – monthly, weekly, and daily planning, habit tracking, journaling, notes, lists, and anything else I want. I do have a separate A5 planner for my business and a pocket planner that I use as a wallet. But my Stalogy is my go-to planner.
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Hope you find some inspiration! Let me know in the comments of the video if you are in a stalogy!
Some Resources Mentioned:
SterlingInk – (yearly inserts, vellum, washi, sticky notes) @Sterling Ink
SmPlans – (weekly insert) @Sierra Poulson
The Planner Society– (vellum, washi, stickers)
KaidensMomPlans – (stickers)- CODE: Terryn20
@Little Miss Alaska – habit inspo
90 Day Chronological Bible Plan
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RobbinSeptember 16, 2021 at 9:23 pm
I bought my first Stalogy b6. How do you add vellum and pages please..
TERRYNSeptember 17, 2021 at 8:08 am
Hi! You can use regular tape to tape them in along the seam. Or a permanent glue stick works well.