Renewing a childhood passion

I maintained an impressive sticker collection as a kid; it was a silly hobby that I sort of (not really) discarded as I got older. But a friend recently turned me onto the world of planner stickers, and I am hooked!

I went back to using a paper organizer about 10 years ago; my brain synthesizes information and plans better that way. I also enjoy decorating the inside of my book; I made the front page a digital collage this year, but Mama and I loved using stickers and bookmarks in our planner collages.

These beautiful planner stickers arrived in our mailbox today. They colorfully track daily water intake, but there are stickers for EVERYTHING. Seriously. Google “planner stickers” and you will be shocked. I especially loved that the envelope proclaimed “Your Happy Mail Is Here!” because that’s exactly how I felt! I found them on Etsy, and they’re just as gorgeous in person! This satisfies both my love of stickers and my love for checking off lists!

Today’s #OneGoodThing was renewing my childhood passion for stickers with awesome “adult” stickers! Thanks to Jenny for reviving my sticker obsession!

Day 13 of 365. And Day 744 in a row (here’s the first 366 & the following 365)!

1 year ago today: Blow-dry by Mama

2 years ago today: A Giggle on the Telly

4 years ago today: A Smile With Every Sip

What was your #OneGoodThing today? Please share in the comments!

 

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