Mermaid Ladyship Logbook And Merrymaid Diary Planners: Law Of Attraction And Time Management With Louis Vuitton

My dear friends,

I have poured some earl grey tea, and discovered a biscuit that is called a "cowboy cookie." I can't quite place my finger on all of the ingredients, but it surely tastes delightful.

To stay focused these days seems to be a very popular priority in the world at present, and a challenge for most. Do you agree? 

If you have read "my about page", you know I have studied and practised time management for over 35 years. When my Beloved Gardener and I find our forever home, we plan to have a quaint mercantile shop that will be stocked with my planner systems and diaries. Along with The Carter Settlement, when small gatherings and workshops take place, I am planning to accommodate each person with the planning apparatus' for self-management/loa. But most importantly my planners {I'm still working on the official names of each} will be a lifestyle tool. It will focus mainly on being a well-rounded woman/mermaid and less direction on "to-do" lists and the like. 
I am so tickled to share what I have been working on for a little over a year. I was not entirely consistent with my paintings, as the entire planner system is quite a detailed time management fundamental. I am also planning to create a small course on my youtube channel platform as a way to teach how my system will solve time management wrestling. The modules will be very informative and teach precisely how to be an organised woman.

I began using a little planner from Franklin Covey in the '90s.  I love the planner system and concept from Stephen Covey so much, however, in the last few years, several issues began bubbling up with the planners. I was no longer able to have all of the necessary things I desired to stay organised. I had notebooks, loose-leaf paper, and spirals all over the cottage. It was driving me mad! I was desperate to figure out a solution for housing my journal/diary for sketches, a calendar, a focus wheel notebook and I was feeling less organised by the end of each day.

There are so many lovely planners, planning pages and calendars out in the universe, but never one that was an all-encompassing system that focused on the four human endowments along with the teachings of the Law of Attraction {Abraham Hicks Teachings}. I wanted all of those items in my planner and all in one place. I am the first to believe having a to-do list, and a calendar/ journal is not a complete way to be a well-rounded human/mermaid. {wink, wink}

So as I began manifesting my great desires, I swam across the latest news article at Louis Vuitton, and their collaboration with Grace Coddington piqued my creative imagination. I have many planners/agendas. I love all of them dearly. However, I have wanted to work with Louis Vuitton since I was in my thirties. It's been a dream of mine to collaborate with them. I love everything the company stands for, and I love their products. Have you ever read the book, The biography of Louis Vuitton? One of my dreams is to visit the manufacturer in Europe. That would be such a dream come true.  What a timeless company.

All of my agenda sets will be the size of a medium ring Louis Vuitton Agenda. I will eventually have different page sizes for LV agendas only, but for now, I am making them for the size that best suits me, and that is a medium with wide-ruled pages.
 My olive Franklin Covey planner in the pocket size.
This is a photo of my mockup of a few of the pages I started a few years ago, although, now I have since thrown them in the rubbage pile, and began from scratch. 

This is my tiny moleskin monogram notebook with a gold pencil.
Thes are just a few images of my personal Louis Vuitton items. I have been collecting since my teens. I honestly have the belief that we can accumulate over the years, even buying some things that are gently-loved and have a beautiful collection in just a few years. Louis Vuitton never goes out of style. A truly timeless product, indeed!

 My wallet was a birthday gift about 15 years ago. It's still ever so beautiful to me.
My tiny cosmetic bag. I actually keep all of my writing accoutrements in this pouch. I keep a drafting pencil, post-it notes, highlighters, pens, writing instruments and flags.
 My handbag. I call it my Mary Poppins bag. It's the largest size in the speedy/monogram.
Another zippered toiletry pouch. I have always used mine for makeup. It's the perfect size for makeup.
My chequebook cover in monogram. I tend to like the monogram, and that is truly all I have ever bought from the start.

I surely hope you are as anticipatory of this grandeous idea. I know I sure am! I wanted to create a bit of a bumble~ fizzing~buzz, to get you excited!

Do you love the Victorian, old-fashioned style, mermaids, organising time management, and the law of attraction all rolled into one delightful place?

I shall write again soon, and don't forget to sign up for my newsletter. It's to the right on the sidebar, or you may have encountered the pop-up. It's called "The Current."

Most affably yours til' my next swim, Raquelxxx


  1. How lovely...

    The items....

    And the photos....


    1. Thank you dear friend. It took me a few days to respond back as I have been under the weather. Uoure so sweet. Thank you for swimming by.


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