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  1. I like your creativity! I might try just ONE of these ideas for the month! I love to set up the systems but then I don’t have the follow-through to keep it up. 🙁
    Will ask the Lord for help!
    Thanks for the inspiration!

  2. Love your honesty and desire for accountability. Also appreciate your willingness to try a little different approach, all the while pursuing your relationship with our Heavenly Father. Thank you for sharing and for encouraging me to be productive and accountable.

  3. I have been using post it notes to write down stuff I need to remember to do and as I create a entry for that particular month I can put it on the notes page for that particular month

  4. This post made my day. I look forward to your bujo posts. Totally relate to everything and as usual, you inspired me greatly with your spreads. Brilliant menu ideas (I’ve been trying to come up with a formula— I like yours! Stealing it) and I loved your little mini habit trackers. I like that they’re separate so you can really see which ones you’re doing well on and which you’re avoiding. Also, your new blog is bee—uuuuuu-tiful!!!!!! Love this new season of Ordinary Kari, that title captures you perfectly; although to me, you are anything but ordinary.

  5. I’m really looking forward to seeing your bj posts. I sort of menu plan like you–salad Mon., Tacos Tues, etc.–but I like your broader categories better. I especially like your cook once eat twice on Saturday. I keep my scripture memory work in a separate notebook (though I always write the verse on my planner’s daily page each day), but I think adding a section to my planner will make it easier for meditation. I really like your sticky notes with the meditation info. Thanks for the inspiration!

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