An Ode to Erin

Hello, good readers! I hope that your weekend has been amazing and restful and all things good. 

I am here to tell you about my good friend Erin Condren. She makes these planners (and a LOT of other things) that are just #1, and I had planned to tell you all about it in a series of pictures and witty remarks, but then decided that would take a long time (as anyone who has been roped into a planner conversation with me knows, I truly enjoy talking about my planner to people.), and instead, recorded a video. 

Oh, boy. Okay. So that is a whole thing for me. As I have discussed here, and other places, the sound of my own voice is truly too much for me. We won't get into it since you're reading this, I assume we're friends, so you know what you're getting into when you listen to it. 

Also, I was outside, and my sweet neighbor-dogs got into a bit of a tizzy. So, we can all enjoy that together. 

Anyway, let's get to it. If you are a paper planner person, I think Erin Condren is for you. If you are not a paper planner person, I'm pretty sure you'll be watching this in total confusion as to why a person would care so much. I get it. But really, having a home for all the things to remember is really helpful for me, and I think it might be for you, too.

Okay, so, if you're interested in ordering from Erin Condren, but never have, you can follow this link and get $10 off your first order (full disclosure, I also get $10 off a future order. Thanks, pals.) If you made it through all the minutes of that video, please let me applaud you, and thank you for your patience. Truly, in the most awkward video ending of all time, you were rewarded for your time. 

And lastly, since I won't be using the perpetual calendar that I got with this year's planner, I want to give it away! Send me an email at cardigansandprose@gmail.com if you're interested in it!