What's your favorite planner sticker book?
The quest for cute and girly stickers for jazzing up my planner is never ending. Recently on a whim I caved and picked up the new Recollections Planner Queen Sticker book from Michael's ($7.99 or $3.99 with a 50% off Coupon). Check out my review of the sticker book below.
For further accountability and to infuse more fun, I've incorporated a modified checklist into my monthly vision board.
To switch up the 30 day challenge, I've divided the $500 over the weeks of the month, and have also taken a lump sum savings payment to force myself to adjust 'spend available.' Another common hack commonly shared online is to start with the largest amount and work your way down to $1.
I have been doing the challenge for the last 2 months and have saved $1K extra without too much hassle.
Along the way, I've gained more fiscal awareness and established new habits.
What are your tips and tricks for making saving fun?
I learned the importance of using a planner back in high school, where we were graded on tracking our homework and time management. Our high school diaries were nothing special. Functional at best and standard issue navy blue and NO stickers. As I progressed through my school career onto university, planning, physical lists and project outlines became even more crucial. I vividly remember my excitement at the start of every academic year for the issuance of The University of Melbourne student diary and semester outlines (#plannernerd) so I could get started making plans and lists - study, social, budget, work and fitness.
Today, not much has changed, except that now I'm equipped with a Ban.do planner, a drawer full of washi, stickers and coloured pens.
Check out my gallary of Band.do planner layouts.
How do you keep track of your 'To Do' lists and responsibilities?
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