Free Printable Bible Planner Stickers

I use these stickers to track whatever passage of the Bible I’m currently reading or to designate devotional time in my planner. If you download them, I’d love to see how you use them in your planner too!

To download the stickers, enter your email address below, and you will receive an email with the link/file attached.

If you have any problems with the download, please contact me.

Free Printable: Planner Stickers Starter

Free Printable Planner Stickers

I’m so excited to be able to share this free printable with you all! I specifically created it for a Bullet Journal Facebook group that I’m a member of, composed mostly of beginners. We took a poll and after everyone’s feedback of what they would like to use in their bullet journals or planners, this freebie starter sheet was born.

The sticker sheet includes:

  • 6 Weather Icons
  • 5 Flowers
  • 10 Checklists
  • 2 Washi Strips
  • 22 Colorful Functional Icons
  • 7 Misc (including a butterfly, happy mail, coffee, and birthday stickers)

I hope you like it! If you decide to use it, I’d love to see (you can tag me on Instagram, leave a message on my Facebook page, or leave a comment below).

Free Printable_ Planner Stickers

To download the freebie, enter your email below and I’ll send you the link to the file!


How to Use

Since this is a downloadable file, click on the link above to access the download. Once you’ve saved it:

  1. Print the file on a color printer using sticker paper.
  2. Cut out carefully with scissors or a Gyro Cutter or other cutting tool.
  3. Peel the sticker off the backing and decorate your planner or bullet journal!

Free Printable: Mini Food Icon Planner Stickers

I love adding little stickers of the food I’m eating in my bullet journal as a decoration and/or a visual. Especially when I’m eating junk food 🙂

So I created this free printable so you can decorate your planner or bullet journal and keep track of what you you’re eating too.

I’ve included a list from top left to right of what each icon is. Some are pretty small and may be a little hard to tell without zooming in.

  1. Bagel (with a missing bite)
  2. Bagel
  3. Pretzel
  4. Baguette
  5. Cookie
  6. Sandwich
  7. Ice cream cone
  8. Cotton candy
  9. Lollipop
  10. Cake
  11. Macaron
  12. Soup
  13. Waffles
  14. Smoothies (6)
  15. Milk
  16. Chinese food
  17. Baked potato
  18. Macarons (2)
  19. Water bottle
  20. Chips and salsa
  21. Steak with side salad
  22. Salmon with side of sauce
  23. Cucpake
  24. Spaghetti
  25. Bacon
  26. Donut
  27. Salad
  28. Cheeseburger
  29. Hot dog
  30. Croissant
  31. Salsa
  32. Watermelon
  33. Guacamole/Avodado
  34. Cup of tea with bag
  35. Bacon and eggs
  36. Pancakes
  37. Fruit salad
  38. Cereal
  39. Fruit smoothie
  40. Taco
  41. Coffee
  42. Iced strawberries
  43. Pizza
  44. Popcorn
  45. French fries
  46. Soda
  47. Cheeseburger
  48. Lasagna
  49. Mac and cheese
  50. Chocolate (2)
  51. Popsicle
  52. Donut
  53. Chicken wings
  54. Noodles
  55. Lemon
  56. Banana
  57. Taco
  58. Chicken drumstick
  59. Sub
  60. Strawberry
  61. Apple
  62. Ice cream
  63. Chicken and a side
  64. Orange
  65. Bucket of chicken
  66. Bread and butter/jam
  67. Spaghetti
  68. Salmon
  69. Cake slice
  70. Steak
  71. Coren
  72. Kiwi
  73. Wrap/burrito
  74. Olive
  75. Mushroom
  76. Grapes
  77. Tomato
  78. Broccoli
  79. Cheesecake
  80. Lettuce
  81. Chips
  82. Fruit box
  83. Fruit squeeze packet
  84. Carrot
  85. Cherry
  86. Onion
  87. Pineapple
  88. Granola bar
  89. Candy
  90. Egg
  91. Soda
  92. Lollipop
  93. Cheese
  94. Chicken
  95. Sushi
  96. Banana split ice cream
  97. Pie

Then it repeats!

This is a full sheet high-quality PDF that you can print on sticker paper and cut out with scissors or a Gryo Cut tool (what I use).

Click here to download »

If you have any feedback or would like these in a larger size, please leave a comment below!

How to Use Your Planner to Reach Your Goals (and free printable)

It’s a new year, which means a lot of people (myself included) want to focus on new goals – or maybe the same ones as the previous year – and resolutions.

Since I’m a planner girl, I love incorporating paper/written tools to help me accomplish my goals. My planner also helps to keep them in front of my mind because it’s always next to me and I flip through it on a daily basis.

I want to share with you how I’ve been using my planner to help me reach my goals and build better habits.

Set The Right Goal

First, you have to start out with the right goal, a S.M.A.R.T. goal! If you’re not familiar with the acronym, it stands for:

S – Specific
M – Measureable
A – Achievable/Action Step
R – Relevant
T – Time Bound

Let’s use health and fitness as an example, which is a very popular goal/resolution. You could make your goal “I want to loose 30 lbs”. But, that is not an effective goal. There’s no action to it, no deadline, and it might not even be relevant.

Let’s say that you want to loose 30 lbs because that is the weight that you would be healthy at, etc… Losing weight is a process. You have to eat healthier, exercise, drink more water, get enough sleep, to name a few.A S.M.A.R.T. goal based on your overall goal (to lose 30 lbs) might be:

Eat a healthy breakfast every morning for the next 30 days.

This goal is specific, you are going to eat a healthy breakfast and are focusing on that.

This goal is also measurable. If you ate a poptart or donut for breakfast, you did not eat a healthy breakfast.

This goal is achievable – Losing 30 lbs is not an action step, but eating a healthy breakfast is.

This goal is relevant – If you want to lose weight and it’s important to you, this goal supports that and will help you get there.

This goal is time bound – It takes 21 days to build a habit, so by the end of the 30 days, you should have a healthy habit built, and at the end of the 30 days you can look back and see if you’ve had a healthy breakfast every morning in the past month.

I try to always set goals that include action steps, this way I can track them in my planner.

Daily Goal Tracking Insert

Once you have a SMART goal or resolution to work with, it’s time to add some fun planner inserts and trackers! I created an insert to track my daily action steps for each month. I’ve shared the link so you can download it below. Also, here’s a sample of what it looks like when it’s filled out. The action step goes in the left column, and I shade in each box for the corresponding date once I’ve completed it.

Monthly Goal/Habit Tracker - Example Filled

Monthly Habit/Action Steps Tracker (A5, Blank) Printable »

If you’d like me to upload it in any other sizes, just leave a comment below!

Daily Check In

In my experience, it’s not enough to just track my goal action steps on a daily basis. I find it extremely helpful to have “recap” of my day and a written assessment of what went right, what went wrong, and how I can do better tomorrow. I just hole punch a blank piece of paper, add the date at the top, and write down my daily check in notes. I usually don’t need a whole page, so one page might include 3-4 days worth of entries. Make sure to track all 3, not just what went wrong, or just what went right. It’s important to celebrate small victories too!

I’d love to hear about how you use your planner to help you reach your goals and build better habits. If you have any feedback, comment below!

Freebie Friday: A Few of My Favorite Inserts/Printables

Debt Repayment Planner Insert/Printable

Bill Pay Checklist

Bill Pay Checklist Planner Insert/Printable This insert is customizable. You can enter all of your own bills and then print it out for a handy checklist for your planner!

52 – Week Money Saving Challenge

52 - Week Money Saving Challenge Planner Insert/Printable I love the colors used in this printable, makes me excited to see it and keep track of our savings!

School Menu Planner

School Lunch Planner Insert I’ve seen hundreds of meal planners, but when I found this school lunch planner, I couldn’t wait to print it! While you’re on her site, check out all of her other amazing and FREE printables for your girly planner!

Debt Repayment

Debt Repayment Planner Insert/Printable I love seeing all of my credit card’s payment info on one page. With this printable, I can keep track of what the balance owed is, when it will be paid in full, and remind me of when I made my last payment. Way to feel accomplished!

Free Printable: Goal Tracking Sheet (Half Page Size)

Free Printable: Goal Tracking Sheet

I loved Michael Hyatt’s goal template that he shared on Evernote. But, when I’m planning out my goals, I prefer to write them down on paper and then decorate it! So I created a printable version of his template that would fit in my A5/Half Size paper planner.

If you like to keep track of your goals on paper, you can download the free printable below, but read the instructions on how to use it on the Evernote blog (link above).


Download the Free Goal Tracking Printable »

Free Printable: Blank To Do List with Hearts

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Free Printable: Blank To Do List with Hearts