When I tell you I LOVE my planner from Mystics Little Gifts I really do. So much so that I’ll be using it again this year for 2020 for all things personal.

It’s a A6 rings in the color Pink Sand and I got it for my birthday in 2018. This planner is not only the perfect size but the craftsmanship is superb and the shade pink sand is the perfect shade of pink.

The planner features two secretarial pockets. One on the back of the front cover and the other on the inside of the back cover. I decorated the front pocket with heart paper and pink glitter paper from Michaels. Also TheHoneyBShop business card, a carpe diem magnetic clip from Michaels and lastly my beloved So Chic Doll which is not available on my website.All the divider are from Cloth & Paper and I used clear label paper to make the divider sections labels. The first divider features a collage of all my favorite pictures which I made using Canva and I secured it to the divider using double stick tape and a rose gold heart clip from TheHoneyBShop. All the cute lil’ dangles are charms that are available on my website. They are not just pretty to look at but functional too.

In this next area I have some pink velum with a rose gold bow and a 2020 dashboard from Cloth & Paper. This section is where I keep my yearly, monthly and weekly calendars. Along my goals for this year and word for the year.

I then have my 2020 Word of the Year Insert which is available here on my blog. It has an area for my word of the year, definition of the word, affirmation and my top goals

This next set of inserts I ended up recreating them since I didn’t want to waste paper re-scaling them to A6 size. The were originally from The Planner Spot you can purchase the update versions in her shop. They’re called Year Goals + Bucket List. If you would like to me add a blog post featuring the version I created which is similar to her original ones. Feel free to let me know.

The first insert is for your Top Goals for the year. You list each goal and then it’s broken down into daily, weekly and monthly.

The next insert is Monthly Tasks. This is for tasks that you do monthly.

Then the following insert is for your Weekly Tasks. For all those tasks that must be done weekly.

And finally, your daily schedule. It’s pretty self explanatory.

I separated my calendar section using a dashboard I got with a order from ShopVillaBeauTIFFul. It’s so beautiful that I had to add it to my planner and it goes perfectly with my color theme and it reads “What is done in LOVE is done well.” Sidenote: the pen in the pen loop is from ShopVillaBeautTIFFul too in Bellini Crystal VBPen which is discontinued.

I then have a monthly overview for January which is from Cloth & Paper which features a section for birthdays, important dates, weekly habits and a running to do list.

Then the monthly calendar also from Cloth & Paper.

I then added this journaling card from Cloth & Paper which came with a order and I decided to use it to section off my weekly inserts. It reads simply, “simplicity.”

I got the Cloth & Paper Dated Yearly Vertical Inserts for 2020 for my birthday in November. They’re nice but I ended up switching right back to my Wendaful weekly inserts because I need the Notes section in my weekly layout for a running to do list, shopping list and etc. On the Cloth & Paper inserts that section isn’t there and instead there is a monthly calendar which I ended up covering with stickers. It came out cute but I didn’t love it.

The next section features my Notes section. I decorated this sections divider with paper and quote I found on Pinterest and my Naughty Gal Doll which is a holiday doll which was available at Satin Doll & Co.

I then took a page from thiswellplannedlife on Instagram and included this cute clothing tag from Missguided to my planner. It’s such a pretty tag in the right shade of pink and rose gold it would be a waste to put it in the trash. So I added it to my planner as decoration.

I then created a Notes insert using Canva . Pretty simple .Features a header in dusty rose and white reading “Notes” and then a little line at the bottom as decoration.

I did the same with my To- Do List insert using Canva. The only difference with this insert is it has bullet points and lines .

Finally in this section I have lined paper which I got ages ago from Target Dollar Spot. Don’t sleep on this paper if you come across it.. It’s really good and can be cut down to any size may you need.

The next section is my personal section. I decorated this divider using again a beautiful background I found on Pinterest and printed out on cardstock. A quote also found on Pinterest by Maya Angelou features highlights the beautiful floral background

Right behind that divider I have this cute Reminder journaling card which is available in the Satin Doll & Co. Facebook Group. Behind that is yet another dashboard that was included in my Cloth & Paper order.

I ended up keep my dashboard from my previous layout from last year which features this fun background and Satin Doll & Co.’s Fall Doll. After this dashboard I have inserts for my passwords which aren’t shown.

After the password inserts I have the insert from Wendaful to keep a list of items I want to buy. You can get them here. These have been a staple in every ring bound planner I’ve used over the years.

Wendaful also has a Wish list insert which comes with the To Buy list. A great combo to have in any planner. I also have a Online Order Tracker which is also available on Wendaful’s website. Additionally, I have a gift list (not shown) which I can reference all year around and not just the holidays. It was a printable that was available on the The Planner Spot website but not anymore. After that I have my Doctor Visits insert from Peanuts Planner Co.

Lastly, this section features a Social Media insert I created on Canva to track the numbers of my social media accounts for my business. This is the only insert in my entire planner that is for my business out of everything. Everything else related to my planner can be found in my business planner.

The third to last divider in my planner is my Wellness section. I’m determined to get healthy this year and the best way to hold myself accountable is by creating a section dedicated to my health. This divider features a cute background that I found on Pinterest and printed on cardstock and it reads “Self-Care isn’t Selfish”.

Right after that divider I have my Routines Insert which is available here on my blog here. It features a section to jot down your morning and evening routines. As you can see mine is blank. I haven’t had a chance to write mine down. Bad me.

To keep myself on the straight and narrow path when it comes to my health I created this sheet to remind myself why to love my body and all the things I can and can’t do or have. It’s great reminder when you need a lil’ pick me up or just a refresher.

The insert I’m using to keep track of health and fitness is this one by Wendaful called Weekly Fitness Planner. Here I can track daily what I eat, exercise and so on. Last week, I started off good and by midweek it went down hill. It was good to see on paper where I went wrong and how I can fix it. Definitely a staple in any wellness planner/ section.

My second to last divider featuring my Family section which features a cool black and white print and quote that reads “SHINE like the whole universe is yours”. You won’t see anything in section because it’s just lined paper featuring important family related information.

We finally come to our last divider which is for all my random lists. This divider features a cool abstract background that I found on Pinterest with a great quote that reads “Positive Thinking Positive Outcome”.

I kept the original dashboard that was in this section that features this cool rock background with this quote that reads “Focus on your goals” accompanied by Satin Doll & Co. Shakin Not Stirred Doll .

This section features inserts from AnniePlansPrintables The Undated Day on a Page or Project HappieScrappie Collaboration Printable Insert. Great for list keeping in my opinion

So this completes my VERY long blog post on my A6 Rings planner that I use for personal use. If any of the inserts that I created for myself you would me to feature in a later blog post, feel free to let me know.

I hope this was very helpful. What planner(s) are you using for 2020 for your personal life?