Journaling in my Happy Planner

Good Morning Daisy family!  Wendy here today to share a personal look at my Happy Planner.  You might have seen me decorate my Happy Planner, but I thought I’d take you for a closer look at its actual job in my planner family.  I’ve included a YouTube video at the end which walks you through all the planners I have used this month and a giveaway!

I started using a Happy Planner after scoffing at the whole planner move; I couldn’t figure out why anyone would waste time to decorate a planner that was to help you stay on track!  All of a sudden, I didn’t have time to scrapbook and I needed to get creative and so I began decorating my Happy Planner and I was hooked, that was back in April of 2016!

Each month I decorate my Happy Planner and then I keep my HP beside my bed and I use it to document my thoughts, hopes/dreams, everyday moments, gratitude, whatever is striking my heart at that time.  I love that I have 2 years of my thoughts recorded and it has really served to help me process many of my life’s events.

Here are some of my March pages all prepped and ready for the pen!  This one was pages from the Standard TN that I pasted into my HP…

This was a super fun page as I actually ran my HP pages through my printer to print the Cocoa Daisy printables (A5) onto the page!

So what does it look like when the page meets the pen?  On this page I added in a 4×6 card as further inspiration.

This month I actually added another step to my memory keeping with the HP pocket protectors (both the classical and mini fit).

Thanks for joining me today; I hope you have enjoyed this up close and personal look in my planner!  Now on to my March video and giveaway, hope to see you there!


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  1. daisydell44

    Commenting love your channel…I get so much inspiration from you You-tube video!

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  2. Simone Schermann

    Wendy, I absolutely love this! Thank you for sharing!

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