After being crazy inspired by Jackie over at Organized Potato for so long I finally decided it was time to officially jump into the world of sticker kits. It has always been something that I have wanted to do, but I honestly had no idea what I was doing. After a ton of trial and error I am super excited to offer you all this Mermaid Scales planner printable! I’m also super excited to launch this freebie as part of the Planner Babes brand!
If there’s one product I was dreaming of existing for The Happy Planner it is absolutely and one hundred percent notebooks. I am a serious notebook aficionado and I might have an issue with hoarding them. The back to school season is my happy time and the amount of brand new notebooks I collect each season is a little astronomical. New binder for the year? CHECK! Tons of loose leaf paper? DOUBLE CHECK! Piles and piles of adorable notebooks? Triple, quadruple and quintuple check! Imagine my elation at the first social media sighting of the new Happy Notes line by The Happy Planner.
I can truthfully and honestly say that the hunt for these notebooks began almost immediately. Unfortunately, the amount of Joann Fabrics that carry The Happy Planner in store in New Jersey is practically non-existant. During the release of The Happy Planner Girl only FOUR Joann stores carried the line. Four. Quatro. Quatre. Know how close any of those stores were? Nearly two hours away from where I live. The horror. The worst part of the entire situation? One of those five stores closed, meaning that only four exist. Despite all of this and the lack of stores actually carrying the product, I am totally excited for this brand new line!
disclaimer: I received the PenGems Airbrush collection from PenGems as a gift. This post will contain affiliate links where I receive a small kickback if you purchase through my link. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
I think a lot of people are going to be super excited about this PenGems collection. Every release is special, but I think the nature of this one will cause a buzz. This collection takes some amazing PenGems classics and adds the perfect touch. This set of four pens features Neverland, Heartbreaker, Caribbean Blue, and Antoinette with a twist!
Disclaimer – This book was sent to me to review in exchange for exposure. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
If you’re a millennial in this day and age you have to read The Millennial’s Guide to Changing the World by Alison Sher. This book offers a true and raw view of the world that we, as millennials, have to deal with each and every day. Throughout all of the humorous monologue, Alison Sher speaks one major truth – we are all in this together. You will cry from hysterical laughter and repeat the words, “That is 100% me” over and over and over again.
Alison Sher takes the time to explain situations not only through personal stories but through stories of other millennials. With a vast digital landscape where everyone tries to pretend that everything is okay, it’s refreshing to see that we’re all just trying to figure it all out. We are the generation where things are not done in the traditional fashion and we’re paving the way for future generations to come. Most of all, we’re taking the time to pave the way for ourselves. This book helps to guide us in living with purpose and changing the world.
The Millennial’s Guide to Changing the World touches on a variety of topics such as relationships, our working lives, and so much more. The best part of it all is that these stories are real, raw, and extremely relatable. Instead of fictitious tales of our generation, we can find similarities to each and every story.
While this book is geared to millennials, it can honestly span generations. Not only does it give our generation a voice, but older generations can begin to understand the wide-spread issues we endure and younger generations can learn from our mistakes. We have got a whole lot of living to do and we all have to do it together.
There is a reason that The Millennial’s Guide to Changing the World hit #1 on Amazon. You will not want to put this book down!
I spent a lot of time debating on whether or not I wanted to make this post. This post was also meant to go up earlier, but it’s okay. I think I lost track of time trying to figure out whether this post would actually go up. I’ve had many discussions with some of my friends on the topic and at the end of them all, I realized something. Even though I know I would have been a great fit, I am totally okay with the fact I didn’t make The Happy Planner Squad. It sounds crazy, but I have some really good reasons why.