A couple weekends ago, I attended an Erin Condren event at Dylan’s Candy Bar in Chicago with some of my blogger besties. Before my invite came for the event, I (surprisingly) hadn’t heard of Erin Condren. The brand is known for their LifePlanner™ and also has tons of other products to inspire organization and creativity. And, everything is SO cute and girly. The planners are customizable and I’m obsessed with how mine turned out.
I’ve always preferred to plan my week on physical paper, so I was very excited to try out these products. Not only does my EC planner make it easy to organize my time, but it also makes it fun! Keep reading for details on the event and my custom designed LifePlanner™.
I’ve been really into palm leaf print lately, so I chose the Palms cover. I had a hard time choosing between that and Marble. I customized the colors of the print to pink and white, and chose a rose gold coil. I added my initials for an extra personal touch. The covers are actually interchangeable, so if I get tired of this design, I can order a new one. There are so many cover designs to choose from, or you can design your own from scratch.
My planner has an hourly layout, so I can get really specific when planning out my week. There’s a monthly calendar as well so I can fill in upcoming events and birthdays. I took a short quiz when designing my planner to choose what went inside.
Want to design your own? Use the code GETSOCIAL15 for 15% off your purchase through 7/31/17.
EC’s products are so beautiful that they fuel my productivity, and also my creativity. Scheduling is more fun when you can do it with colorful pens and cute stickers. Plus, I love how my planner and supplies brighten up my desk.
My favorite part about EC products – the cute quotes!
Sweet treats and drinks accompanied all of the adorable office supplies that were set up at Dylan’s Candy Bar. This signature drink included candy raspberries, naturally.
Don’t forget to use the code GETSOCIAL15 for 15% off your purchase through 7/31/17.
*This post is sponsored by Erin Condren, but all opinions are my own.