Organizing Life with Erin Condren Planners {Save $10}


If you purchase your first Erin Condren planner through my referral link anytime in January, you will not only save $10 but I will invite you into a private FB page where we will set up our planners together and walk through 30 days to good planner habits! You won't want to miss this.

Here's how it works. When you purchase your planner through my link, Erin Condren will notify me of your purchase. Then I will send you an email with the link to our private Facebook group. That easy!

And you can join us all through January. The course will be up through February with the lessons catch-up is easy.

Since some are asking...if you already have your EC planner but would like more information about my course, just email me at info at milk allergy mom dot com. I'd be happy to fill you in.

For more info on the awesome 2017 EC Life Planner, go here:

Thanks so much!

Hey Ladies! Are you having a hard time thinking of something FUN to buy yourself? Need a new hobby? Need to get your life in order? Well, I managed to accomplish all this with one simple thing...

an Erin Condren Life Planner.  

I admit, I used to scoff at those who loved their little paper planners. Winging life was more my style.  

But in recent years, I decided to give a paper planner a try because I did sense the need to get more organized. And I wasn't doing well at all with the electronic Google calendar my hubby uses.

Now eighteen months into my new life as a planner girl, I can proudly say that I've stuck with it everyday. And my life truly IS much more organized. My blogging, home school, and personal life have all flourished as a result.

Not only does the planner keep me organized, but it's also a crafty outlet for me. I started going overboard with stickers and stamps and washi tape and markers on my planner, and that was fun. But I have since scaled back with just a few things that work best for me: washi tape, a black pen, list sheets, and the provided Erin Condren labels and stickers. And post-it notes, can't forget the post-it notes!  

Even if my planner isn't super over-the-top cutesy, it's still sweet looking and will serve as a special keepsake years down the road.    

I recommend the 12-month planner if you are purchasing at the start of a year.    

Or purchasing the 18-month planner is nice when you decide in the summer to start a planner, like I did at first.  

Below are a few helpful articles and even some videos if you want me to really talk you into getting your first Erin Condren planner. You're welcome. ;)  

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