Rave reviews continue to pour in for The Big Picture Planner! Katrina of Katrina James - Photographer shares, "It was a really lovely experience for me, a symbolic starting of a conscience choice to get my stuff together. I took a trip to the stationary store and bought all my supplies, then spent an evening editing and printing out the parts I needed. I felt a real sense of accomplishment when it was done and couldn't wait to start using it the very next day. Using my images and swapping out some of the quotes, switching some of the sections about gave me real ownership of the planner, it's not just a generic product. It is also a work in progress as I figure out which parts work or me. And I loved that I could start at anytime of the year. After finishing a small business management course it became very clear that the best path to success was filled with organization, I knew The Big Picture studio planner would be the thing to help me do it, and in style. I have been involved in photography for 13 years and getting organized and writing down exactly what it is that I want to achieve and then taking steps towards that has been the most impactful on my business. It takes everything out of my head and puts it somewhere I can see it. I couldn't recommend this product enough. It looks fantastic and I can edit it to match my style. For me, having things around me that I like and want to use makes all the difference. I travel a lot so am doing my work wherever I happen to be and this planner has become my bible keeping everything together." Thanks for sharing, Katrina! Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~ Have you created anything lately from Design Aglow products? Feel free to send us images here. If we feature it on the blog you’ll get a $75 shopping spree at Design Aglow!
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