Plan With Me {September 2016}

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Welcome to my "Plan With Me" series! This month's theme is my first Autumn inspired layout. I switched up my normal style of planning and also used a new set of stickers that I purchased from Piper Paper Company. I will be reviewing the stickers I used throughout my post, if you are curious to know what I thought. I will list all products used and they will be linked to where you can purchase them. Keep reading if you want to see how I planned out my week!



I am using the Good To Go rose gold Erin Condren LifePlanner in the vertical layout. I'm loving all the personalized products and organizational accessories I've found at Erincondren.com! Check it out for yourself and you'll receive $10 off your first purchase, simply by clicking here.




This is my plain week ahead view. With every planning session I begin by laying out all my stickers and my journal that contains my menu plan and random reminders that I have jotted down throughout the week.





These are the materials I decided to use for this week's layout. This includes products from Piper Paper Company, The Happy Planner, Pawspaper, Hobby Lobby, and Erin Condren



I began by covering the label portion of the boxes with copper washi tape. I purchased this as a set from Hobby Lobby and overall I do like it but be warned, it sheds glitter every where. My desk was covered in copper dust once I was done.



After covering the label boxes, I then covered up the dates with these "Pumpkin Spice Date Cover Stickers" from Piper Paper Company. I love the overall design of these stickers and how perfectly they tie in for an Autumn layout. I was also able to easily adjust them and they did not become less sticky after reapplying. This was my first time using date cover stickers and I really love the look it gives to the layout.



I always use the far left of the page to put down my weekly goals and usually some form of inspirational thought. I broke it down a bit differently this week and again used some stickers from Piper Paper Company. The top is a sticker from the "Pumpkin Spice Functional Sticker Set" and it is a quote that says Pumpkin spice and Everything nice. It fit the box perfectly and I loved the overall coloring. For that section I have my overall goals, work goals, and little things I need to do around the home. At the bottom is an inspirational thought from the Happy Planner sticker book.



Once I had completed my goals, I then went and filled in my daily notes. Each day is broken down differently depending on what I need to have done that day. I used a set of arrow sticky tabs from the Dollar Tree to kind of emphasize an itemized list. At the bottom of each box is where I put down what we are having for dinner each night.



The other side looks similar to the first except for where the weekend is. I do not cook on the weekends so I covered that section with the same washi tape I used earlier and inserted another inspirational thought on top. I used the same arrow sticky tab for the weekend, just in a different color.



Here is my completed theme! I truly loved working with the new stickers from Piper Paper Company and am in love with her designs and how she packages them. I will definitely be adding more as I find them to be the perfect fit for my style of planning for this season. I highly recommend checking her Etsy shop out by clicking here, and check out her Instagram where she posts giveaways and discount codes quite often.


I hope you enjoyed seeing how I planned my week. If you missed my last Plan With Me, click here to see how I used a cute pink and yellow theme.


In the comments below, let me know your favorite Etsy shop is.


As always any requests, questions, or comments are greatly appreciated. Talk to you soon!

















Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with any companies mentioned in this post. The Erin Condren link used is my referral link. I will receive store credit only if you make a purchase using the link provided.

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