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jill bliss

When it comes to lists and planners, I have a bit of an obsession. While most people have converted to the ease of online calendars, I still keep track of my schedule on paper. I am pretty picky about size and page layout and have used the same brand year after year for my personal schedule. For my work planner though, I can’t wait to start using the Jill Bliss Forest Coral Datebook I bought for 2009.

I am not a first-time buyer from Jill Bliss. I think her illustrations are simply lovely and I love that her planners are printed with vegetable-based inks on recycled paper. So, if you haven’t picked out your planner for next year, or still need to pick up some last minute Christmas gifts, head on over to Jill Bliss for some great ideas.


It’s hard to believe it has been that long since I graduated from high school. My brave friend Logan decided to head up the committee for our reunion, so I volunteered to do what I do best: design and develop the web site, orchestrate the email invitation and set up the online ticket purchases.

By doing away with traditional paper invitations, not only are we going to save on costs, but we are dramatically reducing paper waste, which always makes me happy!