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I started out as PlannerCreative on Instagram- simply decorating my planner and taking a picture of it every week. My two main types of journaling are Bullet Journaling and memory planning with the Happy Planner.  People often ask what it is I’m trying to do with it and the answer still is unclear- it’s just something I enjoy doing, and it’s something I do every Sunday when I sit down and plan my week and reflect on my goals. I was asked to illustrate an event invitation and program for my day job and if anything, that has given it some direction towards illustration. So I’ve just been continuing on that path to see what happens. But for now I’ll just call it Poodling- planning and doodling.

A Week in my planner: Vertical Categories & Weekly Headlines

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Memory keeping and journaling is one way I spend my time off screen during the week. I find it soothing to exercise my brain in a creative way that is functional and expressive. Here are some things I tried in my planner and journal this week. Memory Keeping & Journaling Currently Pinning & Other Inspiration I was very inspired this week! I did a lot of browsing on the train and wanted to log the […]

A Week in my Planner: Brain Dump Lists & Work Reflections

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This week I wanted to try a few new things with my planner to help with my work and creative productivity. I use the Happy Planner which is a disc bound planner allowing you to move or add sections to personalize it to your needs. In the planner world (yes, there totally is one) this is called “frankenplanning” when you take multiple planners to create one; the term coined from Frankenstein’s story where his mad […]

A logo for Sweet T Piehouse

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The Back Story I had the pleasure of designing a logo for Sweet T Piehouse. A lovely colleague of mine started this passion project while in school, baking and serving orders out of her kitchen in Daly City. What started out with an array of baked southern treats, has now refined into a pie brand focusing on creating southern classics while incorporating her California roots and international travels. The name Sweet T has multiple meanings: […]