I’m incredibly excited because the Hobonichi Series for 2018 will be out in less than a week! Apart from Weeks Mega (a thicker version of their Weeks series), they have a new series of covers.
(Note: I’ve been telling myself that I’ll need a plastic cover for my 2018 Hobonichi Cousin, but after finding out about this, I’m really conflicted. LOL.)
These couple of months don’t see any changes with my planner layout, but I attempted a 30-day journaling activity by Boho Berry – it was pretty fun, though I decided that I wanted a simpler layout to just get things done.
Regardless, here are some fun shots from the #BohoBerryChallenge I did in July.
As much as I like this current layout, I’ll be changing my daily layouts to something more streamlined and simple for the rest of the year. Stay tuned to have a look!
Convention season is upon us! If you have a list of events you’re raring to go to, good for you. If you’re going to be behind a booth during one of the coming conventions, here’s something I’ve put together:
Some of us use iPads linked to Excel forms or sheets. However, for those who don’t want to lug tech around, this simple printable helps as an offline method to check stock (without having to go through extra formatting on top of all the other tasks you have to settle before heading to the convention hall).
I hope this helps anyone who’s looking at a more streamlined way to track their products during events. To download this printable, click here.
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