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  1. Absolutely stunning! An inspiration for sure. I do a. bullet journal that think is too extensive and won’t allow me to focus. Your weekly planner seems more logical to me.

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      One of the wonderful aspects of keeping a planner like this is the ability to adapt it to your needs. Maybe you can slim yours down some so it works better for you Jane!

  2. Janet Ford says:

    So inspirational.. both in the bulletin planner /journal way but in the just pick up a brush some pigment n play way! Thank you!

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      Watercolor is such a fun medium to play with Janet! If you haven’t, you should give it a try.

  3. I appreciate that you miss whole sets of days and everything isn’t filled out and done. It gives me hope that you can create something so beautiful that is also not perfect. I really struggle with continuing once I’ve lost the first momentum. I have probably 40 journals with the first page or two done and then I forget and run out of steam and then it’s entirely ruined.

    Thank you for sharing something that is not perfect 🙂

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      We all have points where we stall or don’t complete pages/ journals, Stephanie. Keep at it and you will begin to make it part of your routine!

  4. Adreanna Lindley says:

    What a GORGEOUS piece of work! I am so thankful that I ran across your blog that day!! You inspire me every day and I thank you for your dedication to your work! Now I’ve got to start planning for one of these….

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      Thank you so much Adreanna! That means so much to me. You should absolutely dive in and create one too.

  5. Wow, they’re beautiful and it looks like it took a long time for each page. How long to you spend painting everyday? Your work is beautiful.

    1. Thank you so much, Nan! In the first month of my watercolor planner, I was creating a lot of more in-depth art that took 1-2 hours to complete. Once I switched to weeklies, though, that turned into 1-2 hours per week setting up the page. The monthly layouts all vary in how long they took. For example, March took me a whopping 4 hours to finish, while several others only took around 1-2 hours (or sometimes less!). Basically, it depends on my mood for each day!

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      Thank you so very much Diane!

  6. Wow! Such a pleasure to peek inside the planner. There was such an evolution of style going on there, it was amazing! I loved how the planner developed from individual days to when you began thinking of the week as a whole. Each page was a visual delight as you turned the pages. Thanks for continuing to be my inspiration.

    1. Little Coffee Fox Team says:

      Thanks so much for your kind words Kathy – they mean a lot! It’s always fun to go back through and look at all the transformation that’s taken place.

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