50 diy daily planner ideas

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1.Mini Habit Tracker

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I love these mini habit trackers. You can make them look like little calendars or mandalas. You can fill them in with different colors the goal being each one gets filled in daily till they are completed. You’ll be proud once they are completely filled in.

2.Minimalist Habit Tracker

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For those who don’t have a lot of creativity or just need a simple layout to track their progress this minimalist approach is clean and easy to do. Just highlight or color in the dates of the accomplished habit daily.

3.Clean Habit Tracker

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I love the look of this clean habit tracker. Easy to duplicate but effective in building those healthy habits. Each habit having a it’s own box allows for easy tracking in a neat and tidy way.

4.Planner Habit Tracker

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I love how this habit tracker allows for you to block out days that you may not be able to accomplish a certain habit. Travel, appointments, and other life events can often through your habit building for a loop. Using a habit tracker in this way allows you to not feel overwhelmed on busy days but keep you on track when your schedule returns to normal.

5.Cool Design Habit Tracker

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Turning your habit tracker into a fun design idea is extremely pleasing to the eyes. Not only does the rainbow of colors create a finished product that is beautiful you can see where you need to work on things as well. Turn habit tracking into a fun hobby like this and you will find success.

6.Simple Habit Tracker

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le habit tracker is an efficient way to track your habits daily. An easy to duplicate and non complicated approach to habit tracking is great for busy or minimalist people.

7.Around a Square Habit Tracker

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While it would take a bit of time to set up this habit tracker is an effective one. As you fill in the squares throughout the month you can see what your mood was like while doing them. This could help you to decide which habits are worth it and which ones you might want to ditch in the future. The goal is to build healthy habits that also help improve your mood and well being.

8.Mini Habit Tracker

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I love these mini habit trackers. You can make them look like little calendars or mandalas. You can fill them in with different colors the goal being each one gets filled in daily till they are completed. You’ll be proud once they are completely filled in.

9.Minimalist Habit Tracker

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For those who don’t have a lot of creativity or just need a simple layout to track their progress this minimalist approach is clean and easy to do. Just highlight or color in the dates of the accomplished habit daily.

10.Clean Habit Tracker

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I love the look of this clean habit tracker. Easy to duplicate but effective in building those healthy habits. Each habit having a it’s own box allows for easy tracking in a neat and tidy way.

11.Planner Habit Tracker

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I love how this habit tracker allows for you to block out days that you may not be able to accomplish a certain habit. Travel, appointments, and other life events can often through your habit building for a loop. Using a habit tracker in this way allows you to not feel overwhelmed on busy days but keep you on track when your schedule returns to normal.

12.Cool Design Habit Tracker

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Turning your habit tracker into a fun design idea is extremely pleasing to the eyes. Not only does the rainbow of colors create a finished product that is beautiful you can see where you need to work on things as well. Turn habit tracking into a fun hobby like this and you will find success.

13.Simple Habit Tracker

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This simple habit tracker is an efficient way to track your habits daily. An easy to duplicate and non complicated approach to habit tracking is great for busy or minimalist people.

14.Around a Square Habit Tracker

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While it would take a bit of time to set up this habit tracker is an effective one. As you fill in the squares throughout the month you can see what your mood was like while doing them. This could help you to decide which habits are worth it and which ones you might want to ditch in the future. The goal is to build healthy habits that also help improve your mood and well being.

15.A Girl and a Glue Gun

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recommends recycling your old jar lids by giving them a bright coat of paint and sticking a magnet of the back of them! This is such a good project to help you organize little metal objects like sewing pins, paperclips, and bobby pins! The little items will stick right on–and they’ll stay there so you don’t lose them!

16.Martha Stewart

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recommends labeling your glass jars with etched glass labels. This is a pretty easy technique (just follow her tutorial), and it allows you to still see what’s inside your jars! No more accidentally using the salt instead of the sugar!

17.IKEA Hackers

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suggests using IKEA’s remote control caddy as a carseat caddy in your car! This is a great way to organize little toys and snack for the kids in an easy-to-reach spot. I can’t believe I never thought of this one before!

18.The 3 R’s Blog

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recommends recycling old corks by turning them into a beautifully eclectic cork board! (Bet you didn’t even realize that’s how cork boards got their name!) Cork boards are a great way to organize notes and memos you’ve got laying around!

19.Family Handyman

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posted a tutorial that will get your garage in tiptop shape. By installing sliding bars on the ceiling of the garage, you can store large plastic boxes with holiday decorations or mementos out of the way. This is a great idea if you have stuff to store that you don’t need to get out very often. And it’s a great use of space!

20. Modern Parents Messy Kids.

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Create a daily checklist like this one from Put it in a cute binder and you’ll be organized every day of the week! Scheduling can be tricky, but if you take the time to plan ahead and stay disciplined, you’ll be able to keep your whole life more organized.

21.Desgin*Sponge

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posted a kitchen makeover featuring this genius knife rack! It’s a magnetic strip, drilled into the wall that keeps the knives right where they need to be. Just make sure that you put this in a spot far away from where little hands can reach!

22.Sewing Barefoot

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posted a tutorial for making this awesome storage box which could help declutter your bookshelves! It may look like a stack of books, but pull it out from the shelf, and you’ve got a secret storage shelf! I’d love to see an entire bookcase full of these! How sneaky!

23.LandeeSeeLandeeDo

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organized her electronic cords with washi tape. The colorful tape can be labeled with a sharpie and then attached to the cords you’ve got lying around. I guarantee that this will make your life so much easier. No more looking for the phone charger!

24.Better Homes & Gardens

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suggests organizing your batteries in a tool box! The adjustable dividers make it possible for any size battery to fit neatly and easily. And you’ll never have trouble finding the battery you need again! (Just make sure you remember where you put the box!)

25.Tatertots and Jello

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posted a tutorial for making these cute grocery bag dispensers out of recycled clorox wipe dispensers. If you know me, you know how much I love recycling–so this project wins points on so many levels! You’re reusing bags and bottles! Gotta love that!

26.Better Homes & Gardens

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posted the directions for making this lovely bowl out of a vintage globe! This is a great way to up-cycle a damaged globe and also a great item to help you organize all that stuff you’ve got laying around! I firmly believe that if the container is pretty, you’re more likely to fill it with things. So craft on!

27.Alaska: Designing Divas Wedding and Event Planners

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Connie Tracy and Andrea Engbretsen are intent on creating memorable experiences and events that are reflective of the couple, the brand, or the occasion at hand. Born from a love of entertaining, do-gooding, and a great network, their company has flourished and made them a staple of the Anchorage wedding and event scene. See their work here.

28.Arizona: Rock Paper Scissors Events

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Ara Farnam and team consider themselves event designers, bringing the aesthetic of interior design to each event, one tabletop, rental, and arrangement at a time. Although not technically “planners,” the team at Rock Paper Scissors Events focuses on the details that will personalize your day rather than the planning from A to Z, making their services more affordable and easy to work with. Their creativity holds no bounds as they carry their creative genius to whichever venue they may end up at.

29.Arkansas: Ashley Ann’s Events

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Ashley Henderson began her career as an event designer before people in her life, both professionally and personally, urged her to pursue event planning full on and so, Ashley Ann’s Events was born. Known for her unique outlook and whimsical flair, she specializes in affairs of all sizes, from weddings and balls to galas and corporate shindigs. Her unexpected accents and details are what make her one of the most sought-after planners in the South.

30Florida: Posh Parties and Paper

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Heather Lowenthal has taken her role as a planner and made a mini empire from it. Her service list reads more fun than tedious. With tasks including theme creation, fashion trends, and etiquette, she makes the world of events and weddings an enjoyable experience before the actual soirée even begins. With three types of packages named — we love this — The Glam, The Glitz, and The Glitter, we can assure you that she is bringing a certain panache to every event she curates.

31.Connecticut: Jubilee Events

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Specializing in eclectic events, from farm dinners to tented affairs, Jubilee Events, made up of a trio of women, is well-versed in the art of the party. Although they’re based in the New England area, they have created events everywhere from Connecticut to Massachusetts and even across the pond in Paris, Spain, and Costa Rica.

32.Delaware: Make My Day Event Planning

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With a solid team of five women who boast more than 14 years of combined experience in the industry, it’s safe to say these ladies have a strong hold on their field. Creating bashes ranging from corporate affairs to weddings, they pride themselves on bringing the vision of each and every client to life.

33.Georgia: Susan Graham Signature Events

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With more than 10 years in the business, Susan Graham knows what she’s doing. Handling each event in a series of milestones, she works with clients from one big piece of the puzzle to the next. Aside from creating dramatic affairs, Graham and her award-winning team not only provide week-of exclusivity to your event, but they provide with you consultations leading up to the event and handle all issues, both major and minor, to ensure a memorable occasion.

34.Hawaii: Season of Life Events

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You’d think planning Hawaiian weddings would be a dream come true, but that is only if you know what you’re doing. Season of Life Events‘ various types of coordination, from full-service packages for destination couples to day-of wedding coordination, help you execute your vision for whatever type of event you want to have.

35.Idaho: Taylor’d Events

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With a background in creating floral arrangements and coordinating high-profile Beverly Hills events, Taylor Sturges brings big-city professionalism to Sun Valley, Idaho. With services ranging from single floral arrangements to holiday décor to full-service event planning, Sturges has executed some of the biggest-name events in Idaho since opening her business in 2003.

36.Illinois: Bliss Weddings and Events

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Bliss Weddings & Events will help you plan every detail of your event — and that’s not all. With their whimsical and fun attitude, the dream team of three women — Katie, Kara, and Renny — has garnered praise from some of the biggest bridal publications in the country.

37.Indiana: April Foster Events

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April Foster was a mental health specialist in the National Guard before entering into the world of event planning, which has given her a unique knack for combating the stresses of curating events and dealing with difficult situations that might arise.

38.Iowa: Nona Via

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It’s simple as this: Nona Via will help you coordinate, execute, and budget for your big day or bash. Whether it means day-of coordination or help creating a theme, this team knows how to bring dream parties to life.

39.New York: Glitter + Rye

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Nothing says New York like champagne, confetti, and a palm full of glitter. That’s exactly what Glitter+ Rye is — a party cracker of an event planning company. The company prides itself on its mix of vintage finds and fresh-faced artistry, and uses the inspiration of happy couples to make each event or wedding come alive with a certain pizzazz.

40.Kentucky: Viva Bella Events

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Viva Bella is all about making memorable moments. They pride themselves on sensational professionalism and thorough imagination, and that has made them one of The Knot’s top companies to work with in the state three years in a row.

41.Georgia: Susan Graham Signature Events

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With more than 10 years in the business, Susan Graham knows what she’s doing. Handling each event in a series of milestones, she works with clients from one big piece of the puzzle to the next. Aside from creating dramatic affairs, Graham and her award-winning team not only provide week-of exclusivity to your event, but they provide with you consultations leading up to the event and handle all issues, both major and minor, to ensure a memorable occasion.

42.Maine: Sweetest Thing

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Here’s the thing about these ladies: they know their state and they love it, so when you choose Sweetest Thing, you’re not only getting fabulous planners who believe in the power of a stiletto and the practicality of a flat, you’re getting dream makers — two women who really know what they’re doing and want to make you happy.

43.Maryland: Romance of Flowers

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Romance of Flowers draws their event inspiration from blossoms — each soirée starts with the flowers and the ideas grow from there, one bloom at a time.

45.Minnesota: Urbane Montage

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With a flair for the dramatic, Faith O. Folayan and company think of creating magnificent events as bringing art to life. With attention to minute details, from the groom’s face when he catches sight of his bride to the favors, Urbane Montage remains a beloved Twin Cities brand.

46.Mississippi: Shanna Lumpkin Events

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Shanna Lumpkin Events was born from a bridal boutique named A Southern Affair, and has now flourished into a household name in Mississippi. Lumpkin creates detail-oriented events and has been featured on WE’s The Wedding Planner as well as a number of bridal publications.

47.Missouri: Simply and Forever Events

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Simply and Forever is not only favored when it comes to putting on decadent weddings, but they’re also there for other big events in your life like holidays, bat mitzvahs, and anniversaries. From building inspiration boards to executing the most important details on your special day, Simply and Forever has planning down to a science.

48.Montana: Anita Pagliaro Event Planning

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An import from New York City, Pagliaro brought her style, her knack for design, and her cutting-edge flair to Montana, where she now heads her own business creating stunning environments for entertaining and hosting. She uses indigenous and local materials to set the scene for an unforgettable experience — so much so that after seeing these “environments” at events, couples often ask for her aesthetic advice when designing and decorating their homes.

49.Nebraska: Lovestru.ck Social Event Planning

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Candace Kalasky knows there’s much more to events and weddings than coordinating where everyone should be at any given moment during the big bash, which is focuses not only on the art of planning, but on designing as well. Embracing her quirky side, she brings color and a certain sparkle to each soirée, from birthdays to weddings.

50.Nevada: Felicia Events

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With more than 20 years under her belt in the world of entertaining, Felicia Gantar puts her knowledge to use for every event, looking at each one as a blank canvas and a new opportunity to bring something special to the table. “Inspiration starts with each client,” her website says.