Planner Girls Collective: Latest Stationery PurchasesĀ 

This week’s instalment of PGC is to show you all our lovely latest stationery purchases.

Here goes nothing šŸ™‚

The first one I’ll share is the beautiful Filofax Notebook. I purchased this for just under Ā£9 on eBay.

Secondly we have an array of stickers fromĀ Chochoandmimi, Ā GingerCatCo, LGD Designs, MischiefManagedCo. Unfortunately I don’t have a photo of the Chochoandmimi stickers prior to using them.

Mini Happy Planner and Cover

These gorgeous Stabilo pastel highlighters.

And finally this gorgeous Rose Gold fountain pen fromĀ eBayĀ and some beautiful ink to go with it fromĀ Cultpens

Don’t forget to visit these beautiful ladies for their purchases šŸ™‚

Rebecca Project LifeĀ 


Planner Montannah

An Ocean Glimmer

Kerry-May Makes

A Beautiful PlanĀ 

A Life Lived In WordsĀ 

The Vintage PlannerĀ 

Ska Loving Geek

My Chaotically Eclectic LifeĀ 

Pennygate Crafts


Royal Planner

Ugly Bug Plans

Plan With Hannah

Thanks for reading

The Stationery Geekette x


Filofax Notebook Review

Hey Everyone, 

About a week ago I was talking to a friend about how much she loved the Filofax notebook range. Out of curiosity I went and ordered myself one. My blog notebook hasn’t been working for me as it’s quite rigid to use so I thought it was a perfect opportunity to invest in something I can use time and time again. I ordered from eBay for less than Ā£9.

When it arrived despite all the good reviews I had heard I wasn’t expecting it to be as nice as it is. I ordered the butterfly design which is really pretty. The covers are extremely sturdy and well wearing and the pages can be removed and added in the same way you use a disc planner like the Happy Planner.

It came with dividers, not particularly my colour or that matched the notebook but again great quality and the first one has an in-built pocket which I have decorated. 

The best bit however is the paper quality, it is amazing. Thick and smooth it’s really nice to write on, it just highlights futher how lacking Filofax planner inserts are. The notebook also comes with full lined inserts and a sample pack of 4 sheets of graph and plain paper.

Filofax have just released a new pastels range as well which are gorgeous and the dividers match. Currently these are only available on the official site and are around Ā£12.99 each.

Below you can see some pictures of mine. I’m loving using it and would highly recommend them, they would be great for bullet journaling also.

Thanks for reading. 

The Stationery Geekette x 


My College Planner and Set-Up

As some of you may remember I posted about a month ago about how I was due to start college again in September and as struggling with what options were available.

Well now I have gone back and I have sorted my planner situation out.

Let’s have a look at what I opted for…

The Planner: Pause Large by Kikki-K

I received this planner in a swap and initially  had no idea what I was going to do with it. I wasn’t sure if I’d like it as my experience with Kikki-K planners has been a little hit and miss. My favourite is a Kikki-K but I have found most of there others planners are quite bulky without even adding the inserts.
However once I added all my bits and pieces to it, it turned out to be pretty perfect. It won’t fit much in there in the way of actual lesson work but I don’t intend on adding anythign like that other than Key Notes sheets. This is primarily as a diary and schedule keeper.

To compliment this I purchased a ARC disbound A5 notebook. This is perfect as they have both have the same colour scheme and I can add the A5 sheet into my planner if it is something that is important.

I really like this set up, it’s pretty, simple and effective.
Do you study? If so what are you using? I’d love to hear from you šŸ™‚

Thanks for reading.

The Stationery Geekette x

20 Uses For Your Planner

Quite often in different Facebook groups and among friends I have been asked or seen the question asked “What do you do with your planner?”

There are so many different uses for a planner, it doesn’t have the be the traditional way. One of the best things about planners are their customisability. You can make it whatever you need it to be.

Below you will find a list of the most common 20 uses of a planner.

  1. Diary and/or Calender
  2. Lists – To-Do, Shopping etc
  3. Gratitude Journal
  4. Faith Journal
  5. Art Journal
  6. Project Planner
  7. Blog Planner
  8. Food Diary
  9. Meal Planner
  10. Health and Fitness Tracker
  11. Finances
  12. Contacts
  13. Penpal Tracker
  14. Journal
  15. Household Planner -Children, Chores, Finances, Appointments etc
  16. Study Planner
  17. Work Planner
  18. Pets and Animal Planner
  19. Reading Planner
  20. Christmas Planner

Whatever you use your planner for just remember it is yours, no-one else’s. So make it what you want it to be. Mix it up, Make it shine! šŸ˜€

The Stationery Geekette x