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Happy August and Link-Up!

I thought today I would share my Erin Condren items that I've gotten for the upcoming school year and give you a chance to share yours!



I have become quite addicted, and this year I've purchased a new Teacher Planner, after beating the heck out of mine from last year, the Lunchbox, some Notepads, and Labels!

Last year, I chose the Owl Planner and Calendar, and my whole room ended up themed around Owls.



Here's what my planner looked like by the end of the year.



Not so pretty.


Loved the calendar, but the new two page calendar is so much better!


My favorite thing about it is the lesson planning pages!

To be honest, I got a little sick of them, so I went for the plaid this time.
So shiny and new!

I opted to put in the picture on the inside cover this time, so happy with it!

Laminated tabs in this edition

2 Page calendar and the stickers actually fit now! :)

Labels to put on my stuff...

And some notepads


My BFF Jess gave me a gift card to EC for my birthday, so I splurged and ordered a lunchbox.





Can you tell I love that picture? :)


Of course, I couldn't have a fancy new planner without some other accessories... So I busted out the Silhouette Cameo and made a clipboard and water bottle, and then splurged at the Coach outlet for something to put it all in, as well as a new lanyard. I'm really in to greens of all shades this year!





Do you use Erin Condren? What do you think of their products for teachers?


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Comments

  1. I wish I had the ambition to be that organized. I love it all! My fav? The lunchbox.

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  2. love - thanks for sharing! just pinned to our pinterest board of fame, check it out! pinterest/erincondren enjoy!

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  3. I love my Erin Condren teacher planner and Life Planner. I know this post is a little old, but how do you like your silhouette? I teach high school and I love reading your blog and relating things to my HS SS classroom!

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