My 2023 Planner - Smaller And Perfect!


I'm so excited to start my new 2023 planner! I started it - and finished it - several weeks ago, so it's been like money burning a hole in my pocket. Yep, I'm that kind of excited about planners, and my planner in particular.


My 2022 planner was huge - just larger than 8.5x11 inches. It didn't fit in my purse well, and it added weight to my computer bag. I loved it, but it was a little unwieldy. The binder of my new one is 6x7.5 inches, so it will actually fit in my purse. A huge plus.


I'm definitely ready to leave a little sparkle all over the new year!


All the parts and pages come from Hobby Lobby's agenda52 line, so they all coordinate. I'm able to get the entire year in one book, which is also phenomenal. Each month starts with a page with notes, holidays, special occasions and birthdays. I can transfer our church birthday/anniversary calendars here so I'll be up to date. All I needed for embellishments were a few small January-themed stickers.


The rest of the month-themed stickers are on the month spread. I use these pages to plan my blog posts, so having lots of room to write is perfect for me. I like that there are a few flowers already printed on the page, and all I have to do is throw a few stickers around like confetti!


In my larger 2022 planner, I found that I didn't use all the boxes. There were three spaces for daily activities, the date and a to-do list, but I rarely used all of them. With these new pages, I can combine everything over one box each day and be able to see it all at a glance. There are still spaces for a few larger images, so it's absolutely perfect for my needs.


This will be the last planner layout I share for a while. It's been fun doing it every week for a year, but I'm ready to share some new craft ideas in 2023. Check back often for some tutorials, fun projects and lots of inspiration for all your favorite craft mediums. 

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