Planner Tips – Back to School! |#DIY

Hi, gals!

Happy Friday! I hope everyone had a good week. I just submitted my last assignment for the summer (!!!) and now I’m snacking on some popcorn and drinking some tea, listening to some old Taylor Swift. I have a break from school for 10 days and I’ll be turning 21 on Thursday. It’s going to be a good week!

I’m glad you stopped by because for today’s post, I’m sharing a little #DIY secret to help you guys become better at using a planner for the Fall semester. I know I can’t be the only person who has full intentions on using my planner every day during the semester but some how, I’ll have a few days slip up on me and I’ll forget to write my assignments down before I leave that class. If you’re like me, then keep on scrolling and see what I have found to help me!

What you’ll need:

Excel

Printer

Scissors

Planner

Clear Tape

It’s very simple. I’d like to call this “pre-labeling” spots for each class for the semester ahead of time. I opened up an Excel spread sheet and typed out all my class for the upcoming semester. I used the fill-handle to make multiple copies of each on the spreadsheet. I sorted them all by different colors and then printed them out with the grid lines showing so it would be easier to cut. I then cut them out on the lines and separated them into piles by class. Then, I lined up every class name to the day I would be having it and taped them down with crystal clear tape to make sure I’d be able to see the labels clearly.

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Well loves, that’s all for today’s post. My thankfulness for your support is endless. Don’t forget to leave links to your blogs and instas, as I would love to check them out and follow you all and connect more. As always, feel free to shoot me a message with blog requests, to chat, or share a simple comment, I am more than happy to talk to you lovelies! Sending lots of love and positive thoughts to you guys now and always. Love Y’all lots. See you soon. Xoxo.

Stay chic,

Lexi 🌻🌻

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