Hi! Welcome to the EnvizArt Planner Blog! Thanks for joining me!
WHAT YOU’LL FIND HERE
Previews of planner printables that are available in the Resource Library
Tutorials to help you use printable and digital planners
A QUICK INTRO
The Bullet Journal, by Ryder Carroll, was a revelation and turning point for how I perceived the practicality in using planners. Initially, I thought of planners as rigid systems that didn’t quite fit my life. It introduced me to the idea that I could create a planner that evolved and adapted with me. (Why this didn’t occur to me sooner, I have no idea. The best ideas are born from such simple concepts!)
I used a bujo for a while but didn’t have the patience to create pages every day, week, month, etc. and felt disheartened whenever I missed periods of time. So, as a graphic designer, I decided to create my own templates. It’s so fun and fulfilling to create functional planner systems. Figuring out how to combine lists, schedules, and other elements is like a big puzzle (and I love puzzles!). These printable and digital planners have made it so much easier to organize my life. Hopefully they can help you do the same.
If you’d like to learn more about EnvizArt Planners, check out my About page.
Or, check out my Etsy store, where I sell planner printables and digital journals and planners for tablets.
BEFORE YOU GO
This “Lock In” To-Do List is a sample of what will be available in the Resource Library that is launching in October 2019.
SIGN UP HERE FOR ACCESS TO THE RESOURCE LIBRARY AS SOON AS IT LAUNCHES!
The To-Do List comes with 3 “Notes” options:
To receive the “Lock In” To-Do List, click on your preferred format’s paper size to open the file in a new tab. Print and/or save the file. It is formatted to print 2 “Lock In” To-Do lists side by side on either letter (for half letter) or A4 (for A5). Each option comes with 2 letter (8.5″ x11″) or A4 pages. Page 1 includes a crop line for easy trimming, while page 2 does not.
I hope you enjoy using it as much as I do!
For best results, download the PDF to your computer before printing.
Printables from the EnvizArt Planners Blog are for personal use only.
(The download link in this post will only be available thru October 2019. After that, it’ll be moved to the free Resource Library.)
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