My weeks are now filled with nothing but work, school, and homework. Oh the joys of college in your thirties! Trying to keep my three classes organized isn’t always the easiest task. Add in your daily life of preparing meals, laundry, cleaning… it gets a little chaotic! Since I know that I’m not the only one who has a lot to juggle I thought I would go ahead and share how I do my best to stay on top of everything. My KIT Planner. KIT stands for Keeping It Together. And it definitely keeps this girl together!
I absolutely LOVE this thing! Not only is one of my dearest (and most organized and productive) friends behind it but it’s the best planner I’ve used. And trust me, there’s been quite a few over the years. So many people use their phones now a days to keep their schedules and such but I’ve always been a pen and paper kind of gal. That just won’t change. I like to write it down, see it all in front of me at once, and be able to cross it off when it’s been done. This allows me to feel accomplished and when I feel accomplished I want to do even more! Plus, they have interchangeable covers so you can change your planner with your mood. How fun is that?!
KIT has more than one style of planner. They have a weekly that is great for seeing all of your week laid out at one time. Personally, I use their daily format because with school it just makes it easier for me to have a planner that shows me one day at a time and allows enough space to write out all my assignments along with space for any other life activities I have going on. There’s a time slot section for daily appointments, the Big 3, wellness, and gratitude. That’s right, gratitude. Because this planner isn’t just about checking things off your list. KIT life’s philosophy is do more, be more, give more. And the girls behind the planner have a supportive network to help you do just that. If you’re looking for ways to stay organized and make the most of your day, head on over to KIT Life and check them out. You can also check them out on instagram using the handle @kitlifeplanners or by clicking here
Hope this helps anyone needing a little something extra in the organization department. I know it does for me!