Setting up an archival planner is a wonderful way to preserve older important planner pages and cherish special planner memories.
To create your archival planner, you'll need an old planner cover and a set of extra discs. Let's get started...
Using an "over-flow" planner is a brilliant way to keep your extra planner items organized and easily accessible. I've owned a planner company for the last decade and you can bet I have one of everything we sell, which means I have to keep it all organized. This is why I came up with the concept of an over-flow planner.
An over-flow planner is a place to keep extra planner items you may not need in your EDC (Every Day Carry) but you aren't quite ready to part with. These may be things like extra dashboards, future calendar pages, extra covers, etc. In over-flow planner, things don't have to be pretty, they just have to be organized.
Meal planning doesn't look the way it used to. Pre-2020, meal planning was as simple as making a list of what you wanted to eat + a list of what you need to buy, then going shopping. Here is a quick list of creative ways to stay organized for your weekly meal prep based on the type of shopping you do.