Today we have an inspiring success story from Tiffany of Tiffany Kelly Photography:
"My goal was to get organized, use a weekly planner, track my social media plans, and stay on top of my marketing goals. I love that one product is allowing me to do all that and more.
I love that the Big Picture Planner is totally customizable. I was able to only print the pages that would best suit my personal needs and goals and customize the section covers with my own pretty photos (love this option!). I was able to edit the actual pages as well. So for example, on the monthly goal pages I added in goals that I know I will have every month, so they are already printed for me. Then, I still have blank lines to write in goals that will change every month. I sent the pages off to print at mgxcopy.com and waited for it to be delivered to my house. So easy! I bought a pretty binder and Target and put it all together in a few minutes.
The flexibility of this planner is just amazing!! It is such a wonderful feeling to be organized and have everything right at my fingertips!"
Thanks for sharing, Tiffany! We love your approach and are so happy for your success. Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~
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