Hello and happy Thursday. I’ve been thinking a lot about this post series and I’m pleasantly surprised that you seem to like it so far. Of course, your opinion matters to me and even though I always want to write about stuff I like, I also think of my readers. Well, I’ve come to the conclusion that I should exploit this series a bit more and I can do that by making it a weekly thing rather than a monthly thing.
We finished the happy thoughts of 2017, which means that now we must venture into 2018, but that year I started writing only one happy thought each day as opposed to five. That is a change I had to consider because that means I won’t have as much “content,” which obviously sucks given that five seconds ago I said I’d decided to make this type of post a weekly thing. I have decided to give you one happy thought a week, instead of five condensed in a single blog once a month. The posts will be shorter, but I think seeing them more often will make up for the lack of length. After this introduction, let’s get started, shall we?
January 2nd, 2018
Getting organized using my new planners makes me feel happy and at ease.
I’m a planner, so I get super excited when I get agendas and calendars for Christmas, and I really can’t wait for it to be January so that I can use them. Besides my teaching planner, which I often keep at school, I have a life planner, and this one sometimes is not one but two: I like monthly and weekly planners. There’s also something nice about writing special dates in a new calendar, don’t you think? Even if you’re just marking your parents’ birthdays, which you won’t forget for the life of you. Honestly, as much as I love the holidays, I love even more that time after they’re over, before coming back to work, when I can brainstorm ideas and get ready for the school year to be over.
Are you a planner? Let me know in the comments below.
Love, Miss Camila