Good afternoon planners,
Welcome to the last post in the Createyou86 Spring Into Planning Blog Series featuring Megan from Just Moogley. We are sad that this series is ending, but we will have a brand new blog series starting May 1, 2015 which will be a brand new approach to blogging for Createyou86.
Today's post is about our planning motivation here at Createyou86. Our planning motivation is all about organization! There were times in my life when i refused to use anything other than my brain to remember things that i needed, weather it be grocery lists, to-do lists, or even homework when i was younger. Well guess what?
Your brain is not for storage! Your brain is for thinking!
I love organization, and i have loved it since a very early age. Even though my room was sometimes a mess, i would always take time, and organize it when i thought it got out of hand. Now when we have two businesses to run, blog series' to plan out, reviews to post, and photochallenges to take part in, I need to be organized. My organization has even rubbed off on Createyou86s' other half (he doesn't like to admit it, but he loves his Createyou86 Fauxdori, and he is so proud when he actually puts it to use.) He keeps passwords, notes about Createyou86 meetings, and some other personal information in it as well.
I love my Createyou86 Fauxdori, my personal domino Filofax, and my Personal Planner. All of these planners as i have discussed previously hold a different specific use which keeps a specific part of life organized. My motivation for planning is to not leave anything behind. There have been too many times in life where i have forgotten a date, time, activity, or even birthday's, and as of March 2014 I have made a conscious effort to not do that anymore. I understand that accidents happen, but i pride myself on being very punctual. I like people knowing that i will be somewhere when i say i will be, unless there are extenuating circumstances. There is nothing more to thank for this than being organized. I can thank the organization, and planning communities for this, and for keeping my planning inspired. There are so many beautiful photos, and planner people who are so giving, and ready to give advice to new planners which makes it easy to assimilate into the planning community.
We hope you enjoyed the Createyou86 Spring Into Planning Blog Series, and that it provided you with a ton of planning inspiration. We also hope that you enjoyed this post. If you did be sure to share it with someone who you think would benefit from it. You can also check out Megan's planning motivations by clicking on her photo below.
What is your motivation for planning? Does it differ from ours? Let us know in the comments below!
Be sure to check back for a new series beginning May 1, 2015!
We would also love for you to continue to follow along with our #CY86Spring Photochallenge on Instagram.