Now that I have found planner peace, I decided that I need to move all of my planner supplies into one, easily accessible spot. Previously, they occupied spaces that were close to one another. If I wanted stickers or stamps, I accessed a couple of drawers in my storage system. If I wanted washi tape, I grabbed it from my rolling cart that houses my Silhouette.
Previously, they occupied spaces that were close to one another. If I wanted stickers or stamps, I accessed a couple of drawers in my wall storage system. If I wanted washi tape, I grabbed it from my rolling cart that houses my Silhouette.
My system, although organized, wasn’t exactly streamlined to work efficiently.
I moved all of my planner supplies to a shelving unit that sits next to my desk. It is within arm’s reach and perfectly houses my planner supplies. All of my planners, stickers, sticky notes, washi tape, pens, and planner extras now occupy space there.
On the top shelf, I store my planners and sticker books. They are stored in a clear, acrylic file box that sits vertically on a shelf. The sticker albums also occupy this space.
Washi tape was transferred into two acrylic, 3-drawer containers. I talked about it here. They are easy to see and, now, even easier to access. One container is on the top shelf, and the other occupies space on the bottom shelf.
On the bottom shelf, other stickers and planner extras are stored in a card file box that I moved to the shelving unit along with the storage container for the stickers that have been cut already.
The sticky notes that I use while I’m planning are in a notecard box. I talked about that here. It sits on top of one of the washi tape storage boxes. On the other washi tape box, I have another notecard box that holds smaller scrap pieces and tags.
Many of the pens that I use sit on top of my desk. For those that aren’t used as frequently, I chose another clear, acrylic file box to store them. I also have two canisters sitting next to the file box for markers.
I’m pleased with how my new system is working out. It is definitely easier when everything is in one place.
Until next time,