This post is sponsored by Erin Condren.
Aside from cheerleading, my extracurriculars in high school were at a minimum; I never felt the need to track my schedule. College was a completely different story. I began having an always changing class schedule and two positions in my sorority, while also juggling volunteer hours, working out every day and a part time job. This was about the time I realized I needed a planner to get everything in my life organized before I failed out of BGSU and moved back to Toledo to work at Vito’s Pizza (seriously how good does cheesy bread sound right now?).
I tried out the Lilly Pulitzer planner during my #sororitygirl phase but their structure couldn’t keep up with my schedule, to-dos and doodles. That’s when I was introduced to the Erin Condren LifePlanner™ by a coworker of mine who was an education major (Hi Courtney!). Being a graphic design major I was very particular about what my planner looked like because I had to look at the damn thing about 100 times a day. Even five years ago when Erin Condren was just starting to get popular, all of their designs were fresh, fun and customizable. And that still rings true today, tenfold.
Back in school, I would have different pens and highlighters, and today Erin Condren takes care of all of that for me. If you want to include it in your planner, they’ve got it. From stickers, to post its, to page tags and markers. You can even customize notebooks and get interchangeable planner covers (we aren’t in BGSU anymore, Toto).
Although my life now consists of a full-time job, freelancing, blogging, traveling and being on an associates board- Erin Condren still is the best solution for organizing and inspiring my life. While I certainly don’t have much of a plan for the next 5 or 10 years, I’m glad to know the next 5 or 10 weeks are all set in my planner.
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How do you stay organized? Do you have a specific brand of planner you’re loyal to?