This is one of my favorite Bible verses. I always have this verse somewhere with me. I have it in my wallet, it’s always in my briefcase and it hangs on my office wall. Although I know fairy tales are not for me, I always believe something amazing is about to happen.
This print is 8″x8″ so it can be printed on a standard printer with standard 8.5″x11″ paper. I always get my frames at Target. This could fit in an 8″x10″ frame, but I always like square. The file is a PDF file for simplicity.
Sometimes finding my bag in the airport baggage claim can be a challenge. I have a generic black Samsonite suitcase (which is awesome) and evidently everybody else on the planet does too. So, I designed a few different options for a tag so I can spot my bag as soon as it pops up.
I print these on Avery business cards and slide them into the tags I bought from Amazon. Links for both are provided below. The tags themselves are a PDF file for simplicity. I suggest opening it in Acrobat instead of your browser. Acrobat gives you more print options. To ensure they print perfectly on the business cards, make sure your print at 100%.
Recently I have gone crazy over chevron and monograms. I may be a little late to the game, but I’m here. I had trouble finding just the right background for my iPhone, so I decided to just make my own. Then I decided to give them to you.
These are all fully customizable it you know how to use Photoshop. The files in the downloads are .psd files with the ability to change the letters of the monogram (or anything else, if you choose). There are no fonts, everything is rasterized. I just gave you all the letters and then rasterized them. All you have to do is turn on the layers you need and possibly reposition here and there. Enjoy!
I can’t believe it’s 2015 already! I do not think I am alone in wondering how 2014 went by so quickly. Hope you can use this calendar. Enjoy!
Hugs are great. I came across this quote a few weeks back and had to share it. I made it into a wallpaper to remind me of how great the future will be. Please download it from the link below, but please don’t take off my logo. Enjoy!
Here is the most popular page in my binder. I refer to it many times a week. I use it to keep track of what I should be doing, and I use it as a brainstorming tool. It is a great way to keep my thoughts relatively organized and it’s also a great place to jot thinks down as I read my other favorite blogs. Sometimes it helps me get creative simply by just writing something down. I rarely get everything done on the list, but it is always gives me good ideas if I get stuck. I also encourage my clients to use these too. Print it, use it, share it, but please don’t remove my logo. Enjoy!
Here is one of the most-used pages I have in my binder. I use it every time I call a Doctor’s office, have a question about a bill, credit card companies—anybody I call. It is so handy if I call back to be able to tell them when I called and who I talked to. My short-term memory has gotten horrible as I have gotten older an this is a great way to keep track of everyone I talk to on the phone. While e-mail is my favorite mode of communication, sometime only a phone call will do. It’s always good to have a way to “cover your butt” form when questioning any kind of bill, etc. This is a great Print it, use it, share it, but please don’t remove my logo. Enjoy!
This is a page I use for each bill I have. I label them for each monthly bill. For example: Electricity, Water/Gas, Cell Phone, TV, or anything else that you might pay every month such as Rent, Trash, etc. I don’t use these for any kind of monthly payments, I have a different page for them. Credit Cards and Car Payments go somewhere else. I will have that page available for download soon. The element I like the most about my bill page is at the bottom of each page is the day of the month it is due. Most bills are due around the same day every month. I have been known to misplace a bill or two, and being able to refer to this page to see when a bill is due has saved me a few times. Hope this page helps your get organized. And please download it, use it, share it, but please don’t take off my logo.
We all have alot of sites we visit that require a username and password. I actually have way too many. I didn’t realize how many I had until I bought my last new laptop. And it’s good to have to put in with your important papers in the event that you are unable to access your computer. It seemed like every day I was trying to remember what email address I had used with each particular site so I could recover my password. It was then that I decided to make a hard copy for my binder. And here it is for you to download. Print it, use it, share it, but please don’t remove my logo. Enjoy!
Next on the list is a calendar. It includes from September 2013 til December 2014. I have tried to include all the major holidays, but may have missed a few. Each month is two pages. I take a 3-hole punch and punch holes on the right side of the first page of the month and punch holes on the left side of the second page to create a two -page spread for every month. The next few days I will be posting the rest of the bare essentials for your binder and then next week I will get into the specialized forms that I use. Next time to go to office supply store pick up some dividers that can be labeled (A package of 8 is what I use.)
As always, feel free to use it, share it, print it. But please don’t alter it or take off my logo. Enjoy!