Organize your life with dry erase board weekly planners

Organize your life with dry erase board weekly planners

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Need to get your life and/or business organized in a visual way? Want something pretty you can be proud to display? We’ve got you.

We are huge fans of visual reminders…..and getting everything in order just feels so good. #makeithappen

Introducing our easy-to-use Weekly Planners including two fresh, customizable designs to get your life in order asap.

Customize and change up anything you like, including text, colors and backgrounds. Print on a white metal float mount and hang your stylish creation anywhere you like…..it’s gorg and hard working!

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