I really really love making printables damn. Check out this and this if you want to round out this set I’ve been working on.
I think that this is rather big for an everyday kind of thing, so I’ve also made a sheet that features two of this image so you can print out half sheets – or do what I’ve done – put one of the doubled sheets in a plastic sleeve and use a dry erase marker to plan the current day and next day!
If this works for you or if you have any comments, let me know below!
I had a lot of fun making this menu planner so I decided to try out another popular form I see on Pintrest – the password keeper!
I stayed consistent with the same font and minimal ink design so they work as a set!
If you plan on using it or have any comments, let me know!
I’m having trouble falling asleep, so I made a weekly menu/shopping list printable!
I’ve seen a lot on Pintrest that look so pretty but would take too much ink, or are too busy. I tried to focus on using minimal ink and a simple design – I’m pretty happy with how this turned out! Definitely gonna print some out in the morning to start using!
If anyone plans to use it, let me know in the comments! Also this is the font I used for the title!
In a happy marriage of my new love for sewing and new interest in reducing my demand for plastic – I took a shot at making some reusable bags for bulk shopping!
I had these old shirts from quidditch tournaments in my undergrad that I don’t wear anymore, but I love them! I didn’t want to donate them, but it felt like they were hanging in my closet for no reason. So I repurposed the material into drawstring bags!
Continue reading Living with Less Plastic: Produce Bags
Something I’ve mentioned before is that I’m becoming more conscious of my consumer habits, and I’m trying to produce less waste and decrease my personal demand for plastic. One way I’ve started is by replacing my deodorant and toothbrush with more sustainable options.
Continue reading Living with Less Plastic: Deodorant & Toothbrush