I’ve already linked to some planning resources I use in previous posts, but I wanted to take a moment to share a more comprehensive list of my favorite blogs and YouTube channels. So here we go, in no particular order…
Tiny Ray of Sunshine Kim’s blog is by far one of the best bullet journal resources (aside from the original site, of course). I go back to her setup posts over and over when I need inspiration.
Pretty Prints and Paper Jessica and Kim (Tiny Ray of Sunshine) team up to host some planning-related Instagram challenges, but Jessica also has some pretty inspirational posts about how she sets up her planner.
Quo Vadis Blog Obviously this blog is a proponent of Quo Vadis products, but there are a lot of general planning posts that are great too. I particularly enjoy the weekly Time Management Monday and Writing Wednesday articles.
Scattered Squirrel I discovered Scattered Squirrel in searching for printables (which there are a ton), but I’ve found a lot of useful tips here. There is currently a series on “reclaiming your life” that I’m into right now.
My Life All in One Place This one has a ton of great printables that are free to download and use.
Domestik Engineering (videos) These are wonderful detailed videos of a bullet journal/planner system in a composition notebook. I’ve experimented with some of the ideas, and while they didn’t work for me, I still find her system interesting and watch every new video posted.
Silly Mimi (videos) Sometimes I like to know I’m not the only one out there with planner restlessness, and this channel showcases a lot of planner experimentation. There are also some neat DIY tutorials, like this one on altering a composition book.
Carie Harling (videos) Carie is so organized! Her system isn’t for me, but I’m always in awe when I watch one of her setup videos and see how she keeps everything together with her family.
That’s all for now. Check back Sunday for my October recap post!