Planner Girls Collective: Best of February

Hey:) it has been a while since I’ve taken part in the Planner Girls Collective but today I’m back with my Best of February. I’ll be linking you two posts from each of the girls taking part and from myself. These are posts which we consider to be our favourites from our own blogs this month.

Let’s start with my own.

My favourite posts this month are;

Lucy Halls Social Media Planner this was a guest post written by the lovely Jennifer Gilmour.

Next I have My Everyday Planner Set-up and Overview which was a fun post to write and has loads of pretty pictures.

Now we are going to go over to Kerry-May at

The first post which was picked was Grey Scale Animal Watercolour. The giraffe is just so gorgeous.

The next post is a fantastic one Self Care and Mood Tracking Ideas in Your Bullet Journal. There are some really good ideas on this post.

Next we have Kelly from

The first post selected here is Power Words this is a great post for a little self empowerment.

The second post is Crafting With Mrs Brim which is an art journal style post and extremely inspiring.

Don’t forget to pop over to the other girls and pay their amazing blogs a visit.

Thanks for reading.

Emma-Louise x


Planner Girls Collective: 2018 Goals 

Hello 2018!

Today’s Planner Girls Collective is focusing on our 2018 goals.

2017 was a big year for me. I took on so much and really advanced myself in ways I hadn’t predicted. It was also a difficult year as my health took a nose dive and I was diagnosed with a condition which will continue to effect me. This been said I have thought really hard about what I want to achieve in 2018 and where I want my focus to lay.

My words and focus of the year are Balance and Health.

My goals as you can see below are quite broad but encompass all aspects of my life.

I hope that 2018 will be the year for me to settle into my life with all the changes that came in 2017.

I wish all my viewers, friends and family have an amazing 2018.

Feel free to share with us what your aspirations are for the new year and don’t forget to visit the other ladies in the PGC.

Kerry-May Makes




Plan With Hannah

Thanks for reading

The Stationery Geekette x

Planner Girls Collective: Favourite Halloween/Autumn Stickers

Hey everyone. I’m not taking part in this week’s post as I have already covered my sticker selection in a previous post which you can find here. However, I wanted to still link you through to all the other ladies taking part. 

Plan With Hannah
Kerry-May Makes
The Vintage Planner
The Chaotic Paper Geek
Thanks for reading.

TheStationery Geekette x

Planner Girls Collective: Meal Planning

It’s been a little while since I have taken part in the Planner Girls Collective post, purely due to illness mostly. 

This week we are looking at meal planning. Since I am back at Slimming World, meal prep is massively Important for me to due. 

I get paid on Tuesday’s so for me meal planning is always something I do every Monday. First of all I go through my recipe books and websites looking for meals that I quite fancy. Lately I’m trying to add one new dish a week to my range to stop myself getting bored. 

I think write down the ingredients I need. I plan for every day up to the following Tuesday. I then go through lunch ideas and do the same, adding a few things for my OH and children that are bits I can’t eat. 

Please excuse my writing lol.

I then go through all the snacks I want in. I write each evening meal in my and have a list of everything in my edc travelers notebook.

Do you meal pls? If so how do you do It? 

Please don’t forget to pop along to all the other girls taking part.

My Chaotically Eclectic Life

Thanks for reading 

The Stationery Geekette x

Planner Girls Collective: Scrapbooking Tips

Planner Girls Collective

Hey everyone,

Today’s PGC post is Scrapbooking Tips.

There is only one tip for me to really share as I don’t really scrapbook, more so I journal.

My tip would be ‘to see everything through scrapbookers eyes’ by this I mean to see everything as potential decoration. This could be leaflets that you can use, magazines you can cut up, leaves, newspapers, tickets, tags, pretty much anything that can be stuck down.

I have used a plethora of items in my journaling, leaves from my local Priory, twigs, cut out letters from newspaper articles etc.

They really do enhance the joy I get from journaling. They make it such fun to figure out uses for them.

If you have any scrapbook tips I would love to hear them, feel free to pop them in the comments below.

To see the tips the other ladies have, please visit their blogs below.

Kerry-May Makes

Ugly Bug Plans

Thanks for reading.

The Stationery Geekette x

Planner Girls Collective: My Planning Style


Today on Planner Girls Collective we are looking at Planner style. This is for those who don’t know, how we use our planners. Some people really like to go full on with stickers and washi, others are minimal and then some like me prefer a bit of everything.

For me primarily my planner pages need to be functional. I do love washi and stickers but for the most part, they are a secondary thing.

I always set up my pages with a small amount of decor, as you can see from the picture below of this week, there isn’t much there. A splash of colour, odd sticker placed but mostly blank.


However, My pages do not stay this blank. At the end of each day, I go through and fill the day up with all the bits I have missed and more decor. I have tried to get a bit more adventurous with my writing styles but as it stands I am pretty happy with my Planning Style now.


To see how all our other lovely ladies plan, please visit their links below.

Joanna’s Planner

Plan With Hannah

Ugly Bug Plans

My Chaotically Eclectic Life

Ska Lovin’ Geek

The Vintage Planner

Thanks for Reading.

The Stationery Geekette x

Planner Girls Collective: Spring Bucket List

Hey Everyone. 

Today’s Planner Girls Collective post is a look at our Spring Bucket List. 

If I’m honest I don’t have a bucket list persay, however I do have a list of sorts.

This spring is a massive spring clean for me. Since we moved from a 4 bed, 2 bath house to a small 2 up, 2 down last April we’ve been in a constant state of declutter and sort. 

We are now so close to having everything done so my ‘bucket’ list revolves around spring cleaning.

1) Sort out the shed. It’s currently full to the roof with stuff to go to the scrap yard. We want it cleared, painted and sorted. 

2) Sort out the bedroom boxes. There are still about 8 boxes in our bedroom that need sorting through, repacking, labeling and put in the attic.

3) Sort out the desk area. We currently use the desk and surrounding area as a coat and bag dump. I needs sorting and reorganising.

4) Get a coat and shoe rack. Pretty self explanatory. 

5) Sort my craft supplies. Currently all my scrapbook and craft stuff is just altogether. I want to go through and categorise everything, store it properly and label it.

So that’s the bulk of my list. I do want to work on my novel as well which I will be during NaNo month in April.

Do you have a Spring Bucket List? 

Please visit the ladies below to see what their plans are over this Spring season.

The Vintage Planner 

Ugly Bug Plans

A Life Lived In Words

My Chaotically Eclectic Life 

The Stationery Geekette x 

Planner Girls Collective: Top Gifts for Crafty Mumma’s

Hey Everyone.

Since Mother’s Day is fastly approching we thought that a Top Gifts for Crafty Mumma’s would be highly appropriate.

So let’s tuck into my Top 10 List.

  1. Cosmo Cricket Art Books – These are brilliant and an excellent price £2.50 for the pair. Available from Hobbycraft.
  2. Derwent Double Ended Watercolour Pencils – A lot less messy and easier to transport that watercolour paints.
  3. Subcription Boxes – I particularly love Mrs Brimbles LittleRainbowMoon , Royal Planner
  4. Washi Tape – One of my favourite stores for washi tape is Collecting Life.
  5. Tags – Yes, I mean gift tags. They made seem like an odd choice but I love to use them in my journals. You can find a wide selection here on Etsy.

To see the other ladies lists that are taking part please click the links below.

Kerry May Makes

Ugly Bug Plans

My Chaotically Eclectic Life

The Vintage Planner

Thanks for reading.

The Stationery Geekette x

Planner Girls Collective: Inspirational Quotes

Hey Everyone,

This week we are all looking at the quotes which give us inspiration and motivation. Whether they come from book, film, song or elsewhere.

I am a huge fan of quotes. I have them jotted about all over the place, I even have a tattoo quote down my arm.

My favourite quote is

“Life is a moment, there is no hereafter. So make it burn always with the hardest flame” ~ Oscar Wilde

This quote reminds me that no matter what we must live life to the fullest.
Other quotes which I find inspiring are:

I’d love to know your favourite quotes.

Don’t forget to drop by the other ladies taking part:)

Rebecca Project Life 
Planner Montannah 
An Ocean Glimmer 
My Chaotically Eclectic Life 
A Beautiful Plan 
Pennygate Crafts 
Vintage Planner 
Ugly Bug Plans 
Thanks for reading.

The Stationery Geekette x