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Posted February 18, 2017
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Hey there!

Do you own a planner but don’t know what to do with it? Or are you considering getting one but don’t think you can sustain it for 365 days? We’ve got five easy tips on how to pick the right one for you and keep using it till year’s end.

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Choose a planner that’s handy and versatile. That way, you can take it wherever you go and write, doodle, or even color its pages.

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Always make sure your writing tools are close by. Better yet, bring a journal set in your bag! Remember, you don’t always need to stick to classic black or blue pens. You can assign different colors or types of pens for different tasks and projects.

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Decorate your pages with Hey Kessy washi tape rolls and kooky stickers that match your every mood. They’ll surely amp up plain-looking spreads!

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To protect your planner from daily wear and tear, place a durable, water-resistant cover over it. More importantly, put your planner in a consistent space you can easily spot so that you can update appointments as soon as they unfold.

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Consult your planner daily and at fixed times (morning, noon, and night) so you can track your progress. Aside from placing important dates on a daily/weekly/monthly basis, fill your planner with happy memories like snapshots taken from your last vacation to make it even more special!

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You can buy cool planner materials at the Hey Kessy shop at UP Town Center or online. Share what you’ve created using Hey Kessy products by tagging us on Facebook and Instagram! You can also use our hashtags #HeyKessyDIYin5 and #LetsBeMakers so we can see your artsy works.

Stay crafty!


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