Ten Adorable Products to Stay Organized + Focused

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Another beginning to another year, my friends! I love a fresh start, and January is always a great time to reflect on the past year as well as look forward to the one we are just starting. I always use this time to plan ahead and get organized! It makes life easier to set goals and accomplish them when you have a clear vision and game plan of what you want. With that being said, my organization efforts can get a little crazy sometimes! Planners, binders, post-its, and lists galore! I am completely old school when it comes to keeping a schedule, I like to actually cross things off of lists, pen and paper style. I am also a complete sucker for any kind of cute notepad or notebook that I think will motivate me to use it more often, and surprisingly, that actually works for me.

One main resolution I am trying out this year is to stay focused on what truly makes me happy. I stocked up on loads of self improvement books, have a super motivating list of podcasts I have been listening to, and even bought a happiness journal to write down my favorite part of each day. My word of this year is positivity, so I am doing everything I can to keep a positive attitude. 

I figured since January is the time that everyone is looking to get ahead of the game, I would share some awesome organizational tools that I think are will help keep you organized and focused on your goals of 2016!


Ten Adorable Products to Keep You Organized and Focused

Ready for cuteness?!


Day Designer. 2016 Planner

Day Designer Planner

Rifle Paper. Wall Calendar

Wall Calendar


Lara Casey Power Sheets

Lara Casey Powersheets


Anthropologie. Grocery List 

Grocery List and Meal Planning


Rifle Paper Co. Recipe Box

Recipe Box

Rifle Paper Co. Passport Notebooks 

 Passport Pocket Notebook


Great Things Notepad

 Anthropologie. Happiness Planner

Happiness Planner

Anthropologie. Five Year Memory Journal

 Five Year Memory Journal

Anthropologie. 52 List Project

The 52 List Project




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    1. Yay! Thanks so much for the follow and sweet comments! It’s definitely easier to stay organized with all of this cuteness!

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