Tag Archives: Traveler’s Notebook

Clouds as a Design Motif in Your Memory Keeping

Clouds as a Design Motif in Your Memory Keeping

Hello, friends! Clouds can symbolize many things and are a wonderful embellishment to the stories you want to tell. For some, clouds represent change and transition, For others, clouds represent hope and gratitude (looking for the silver linings). While others may...
Start Today with Some Pattern Play!

Start Today with Some Pattern Play!

Hello, Friends! Patterns are all around us, especially on our memory keeping pages. When we think of patterns, we often think of pre-designed patterns, like the ones found on the papers, stickers, and washi from our monthly kits. But if we remember that a pattern is...
Adding Texture to Your Planner

Adding Texture to Your Planner

I love adding texture and dimension to my planner. Planning is a creative process for me. Finding ways to make it look layered and visually appealing is an important aspect of my planning. Every month, there are so many items in the kits that allow me to make my...
Using Personal Sized Dashboards in my TN

Using Personal Sized Dashboards in my TN

Hello everyone! June is here and so is the beautiful Serengeti kit! It’s always so nice to see how everyone sets their planners up using the kits. They always look so unique and I gain different ideas to use each month. For June, I am using two planners –...
Planning during lock-down

Planning during lock-down

Hello, I hope you are all OK. For my blog post this month, I will talk to you about my planning during the lock down. Even if things are going crazy different than usual, I still planning and believe it helps to my mental sanity. But I made some (little) adjusments in...
All my trackers for March

All my trackers for March

Hello Daisies ! In this post, I wanted to talk to you about trackers. If you follow me on instagram, you already know I am a big fan of trackers. I use a lot of them !! But how I make them depends on what I want to track, and how I want to track it.   I think my...
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