I will admit something freely to you, friends. I am a chronic over-organizer. I have a digital calendar, a monthly calendar hanging in the kitchen cabinet, and a daily notebook full of to do lists and reminders and appointments. If something is not written down, it will not get done. I do not miss appointments, forget play dates, or double book myself (well, okay, I don’t mean to) simply because I keep track. I have been this way my whole life. But it is something I think works to my advantage. See, I married someone who does not keep track. (His email inbox is enough to give me hives.) I am on a constant search for the perfect planner. See, the digital calendar is great and all but I need something tangible. Something I can turn pages with.
Sarah Pinto is a find that I have been so excited to share with you. I am of the mindset that I am not the only person who gets overwhelmingly excited about good organization. I know that I am not the only one of us who becomes giddy at the site of a well designed planner. Sarah Pinto is a mother of two young ones with a busy schedule and life to keep track of. She noticed that she wasn’t able to find a simple and stylish planner that she could take with her to help her busy life stay organized, so she designed one herself. And her take charge attitude has supplied the rest of us with exactly the tools we need. These planners are perfectly suited to the modern person who wants a more tangible, visual way to stay organized. Like me. And, I’m assuming, like the rest of you.