Category Planners

FREE College Planner August 2020-December 2020 Printable Flip-Through

college planner
As August approaches, so does the back to school season. I know these are uncertain times but something that helps me stay grounded is planning to whatever extent I can and keeping track of important dates and assignments. For that reason, I created The FREE College Planner Printable. I wanted to give you a full planner printable for you to use throughout this upcoming semester. The great thing about this planner is that it has everything you could possibly need whether you are taking classes online or on campus.

July 2020 Planner and Journal Lineup

planner and journal lineup
At the beginning of the year, I made my 2020 Planner and Journal Lineup. Things have changed quite a bit ever since with me trying out new journals and repurposing others. There were also some journals that I left for the time being because they won’t be relevant for the remainder of the year but still will be reached for at some point eventually. That’s why I decided to make this updated July 2020 Planner and Journal Lineup.

Monthly Planning Routine

If you’d like to know how my monthly planning routine looks like, as well as get a printable that holds some of the things that could be useful to do the same, keep on reading. I wanted to make this little short series of planning routines so that I could take you through all of them and we can all share how we plan on a yearly, quarterly, monthly, weekly, and daily basis.

Korean Language Learning Notebooks

In one of my previous posts, I mentioned how much I love language learning. These past few years I’ve been studying Korean. I made a post on How I Started Learning Korean and Recommendations for Language Learning with a list of all the free tools and resources online that I use to study and learn Korean. Aside from the digital tools, I use three Korean language learning notebooks to track my progress and study in a way that’s functional and fun at the same time. Without further ado, let’s head into the notebooks I use for Korean language learning.