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me & my BIG ideas Create 365 The Happy Planner, Hello Life, Jul 2016 - Dec 2017
An expandable, disc-bound Planner systemIt combines your love for creativity with your need for organizationEach 18 month Planner features a unique layout with monthly and weekly viewsFilled with creative and inspirational artwork to help make you a Happy PlannerThis planner dates include July 2016 - December 2017
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3 Reddit comments about me & my BIG ideas Create 365 The Happy Planner, Hello Life, Jul 2016 - Dec 2017:

u/HeartofMarshmallow · 3 pointsr/xxketo

Organize harder! More compartments! More containers! Put a compartment into a container!

(This is something that I said to my mom when she was drooling over a Container Store catalog one day.) :D

/u/jahinfrance, there are a few good planners out there that aren't just "To Do Lists" and dates. I haven't used this one, but I've heard good things from others. Not sure what motivates you, but there are a bunch of different types of the same concept. (Not sure if this particular brand is too cheesy for your tastes, but I like that they have different inserts for different goals.)

u/juleess · 1 pointr/PlannerAddicts

This is the planner I use, happy planner. they are pretty decorative and can be cluttered for some. I know staples has something that are much more similar in looks to yours pictured. That planner I linked is the monthly then weekly spreads, I buy a separate daily docket from the same brand that I stick in for days I feel I need the whole day planned, it's this one- here.

u/VexingVendibles · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I'm a big advocate of planners and to do lists and goals. So I have a notebook dedicated to random thoughts/to do lists. I also have a Create 365 planner for my schedule for work, appointments, dates, birthdays, daily to do lists, goals for the week, goals for the month, etc. It helps keep my days from being incredibly overwhelming and let's me know the last time I did certain things. Not just work related, but in my personal life, too.

I recommend the app UFYH(Unfuck your Habitat) or the tumblr site. Those are more for like... Household organization/cleaning/etc. It's been inspiring and has a lot of good ideas for keeping yourself from looking at it and going "IT'S TOO MUCH!"

I like this in my kitchen and on my desk. I like everything having a certain place, y'know. Keeps things from getting too lost all the time. ;)

When it comes to your self esteem and self confidence, I recommend taking up a hobby! Learning something new can make you feel better about yourself, keep yourself entertained, and if you ever want to turn your brain off to what's going on, just go ahead and start looking in to something new. Develop a new skill.

Also, journaling. Even if you're just writing a sentence regarding something positive or small that made you happy with life or yourself, think about remembering it. Or the app Happier! I love that app.

And in regards to making you happy, here's a man proposing to his wife after a cochlear implant. I thought this was way too sweet to not share.

Edited to add :: /r/personalfinance /r/planner and /r/EatCheapAndHealthy are great reddits to hang out in for advice and tips