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How I Use My Traveler’s Notebook and Hobonichi As A Writer

February 20, 2018 by Sarra Cannon

Planning And Organization

Want a peek inside a writer’s planning system? Today, I flip through my Chic Sparrow Traveler’s Notebook and my Hobonichi Cousin planner to show you how I organize my notes and my writing time.

 

 

Products mentioned in this video:

Stencils
Miracle Morning Book
Hobonichi Techo Cousin (Planner)
A5 Notebooks at Amazon
Zebra Mildliners
Monthly Tabs

Tomoe River Paper A5 Notebooks from Goulet Pens

Planner Icons on Etsy For Stickers from Erin Bradley Designs on Etsy

 

***Some of the links above are affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase.

 

How do you like to organize your notes and plans? Saturday, I’ll be posting a new video showing you how I create a super portable plot notes booklet using index cards.

 

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Sarra Cannon

Hi, I'm Sarra!

I have been self-publishing my books since 2010, and in that time, I've sold well over half a million copies of my books. I'm not a superstar or a huge bestseller, but I have built an amazing career that brings me great joy. Here at Heart Breathings, I hope to help you find that same level of success. Let's do this.

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