Welcome to the ninth post in the Whimsical Holiday Planning Blog Series here at Createyou86. I can't believe that this series is almost over. This has been so fun for me. Today's post is all about my Filofax Finsbury Pocket, and how I use it.
The first Filofax I ever bought was Purple Patent Pocket Filofax. The patent pocket got me through some very important times in my life, and it was accompanied by my Red Filofax Domino which was the second planner I ever purchased. In this season of life we are working on building credit to buy a house, and paying down debts, and I wanted something small, but still functional, and I was lucky enough to get the last Finsbury in the green color on Amazon. Below is a gallery of what is inside the planner to help reduce debt, and keep track of purchases made in order to build credit.
On the flyleaf in the front I have home made post-it notes (purple) where I can write random notes about things that have been purchased, or companies I need to contact. The first section is a debt repayment plan, the middle sections are the note papers that come with the Filofax which I use to put tracking numbers, and account information in, and the last section is comprised of contacts pages. These contact pages are strictly for companies we were using to build credit. All of these pages are from @SewMuchCrafting on Etsy. While this planner isn't used all of the time it is useful to have this type of information separated from my EDC (everyday carry), and readily available when I need it. I don't have to go searching through planners because it has its own place on my shelf. Be sure to come back tomorrow for the last post in the Whimsical Holiday Planner Series! I can't believe it is almost over.
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