It’s almost a brand new year (can you believe it?) and for many that means a new planner with fresh pages for jotting down plans, goals, to-do’s etc. I’ll be getting a 2012 refill for my pink leather Kate Spade organizer (pricey but one of those purchases I don’t at all regret because I use it everyday and even after a few years it still looks great). If I didn’t have a planner already, I’d be considering one of these stylish picks:
1- laurel denise planner, 2- tudor city large debra, 3- jonathan adler 17 month agenda, 4-bijou soho diary, 5- cavallini leather daily planner, 6- dozie bowtie pocket planner, 7- sarah pinto stripe weekly planner, 8- moleskine assorted month daily planner, 9-russell and hazel mini binder, 10- faux snakeskin vintage daily planner
Do you get a new planner each year, refill one you already own with new pages, or prefer to organize your life digitally?
Wishin’ I had a chandelier so I could hang Christmas ornaments from it. I love the look:
Have any of you ever tried this before?
The framed photo below was taken four years ago today. Looking at it makes me smile remembering how special the day was
I’m taking the afternoon off to spend out and and about with my hubby in celebration of our wedding anniversary.
Til’ tomorrow my dears!
During rainy season it’s nice to have a handy place to keep umbrellas. A few entryways that have stylishly integrated a umbrella storage:
porcelain umbrella stand
love the little dividers in this one -would probably make a good DIY project
owl umbrella stand
boot umbrella stand
clear umbrella stand
image credits: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Last weekend we put up and decorated our Christmas tree and, now that we’ve done part of our holiday shopping, I’m hoping to get the gifts wrapped so the tree doesn’t look so lonely. I still have a few more things to shop for but I think I’ll wait to do that on a weekday. Super crowded malls tend to put me in a bad mood. Anyone else?
Have a wonderful weekend!
A beautiful ottoman is a great for integrating toy storage into a living room without disrupting the overall decor of the space. Look for something that’s kid-height (like the Visconti ottoman shown below) so that kids can easily access and put away their toys.
photo via bhg
Today I’m over on La Dolce Vita sharing a few ideas on how to organize handbags. Click on over to read the post!