Long time blog readers probably know I have my own Teachers Pay Teachers store. It started as me making things I wanted to use in my classroom and that's still the main purpose, but the ideas for what I want to use in my classroom have just mushroomed. I just walk around with my head full of ideas and it's this big jumbly cloud of ideas and I needed to organize them.
Enter the Get to Work Book.
It's a planner (surprise) designed to help crafters and business owners organize projects so that things actually get done. It's amazing.
Even though it doesn't start until July 1, this won't be the decorated planner you've seen on this blog in the past (although I won't stop doing that). This is a functional planner to help me organize my store and ideas for stocking that store and also to keep track of school stuff and lesson planning. It's a great match for that purpose.
As soon as I got it, I started putting ideas on paper. I have 4 pages filled with to do lists. Here's a little peek at that:
And did I mention that you can buy matching washi?
If you want to read more about this planner, check out their website. This is not an affliate link and I make no money off this, just wanted to share a new planner that I've added to my life.