Hey, Y’all! My name is Lee and I a Southern girl, living in South Carolina with some of my favorite people. They would be my husband of almost ten years, Jonathan; my two-year-old daughter, Samantha; my teenage foster son; and my sweet momma. All of them live here. In this house. It’s a little chaotic at times.
Like most of you, I wear a lot of hats: wife, mom, caregiver to an aging mother with dementia, full-time social worker, entrepreneur, volunteer, community leader, church techie, friend, sister… I could keep going. Couldn’t you?
What’s The Story Behind LoveLee Day Planners?
With so many hats (and shoes) I’ve been using apps, planners, pens, and to-do lists for as long as I can remember to keep it all together. I’ve tried (and loved) so many planners. However, I recently reached a stage in my life where nothing seemed to fit my needs. I reached out to one planner creator on Etsy to see if they could customize a downloadable they had. When the shop owner said that wasn’t an option at the time, LoveLee Day Planners was born.
I sought to create a downloaded planner (with physical planners coming soon) that you can customize to meet your needs. It is my prayer that you will be able to organize your life – on paper – and it will help you juggle all of your roles.
I Want to Spend More Time With You!
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See you, ladies, soon.