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Pilot G2 Pens have been my long-time favorite. Whether I’m making to-do lists, scheduling events on my calendar, or taking notes for my online classes. I’m getting close to graduation, but no quite there yet, so this fall my kids and I will be starting school together again. I wanted a way to keep my pens organized and accessible, and a way to organize my class assignments each week, so I’ve got a printable, and a cute pen cup DIY.
You can find the Pilot G2 10-packs (with bonus FriXion pen) in colored or black ink at Walmart, in the back to school section. Look for 4-packs of pens too.
My favorite feature is the smooth writing gel ink that makes it the #1 selling pen brand in America. I’m not the only one who loves this premium brand! In addition to the option of colors, including metallics, there are 4 different point sizes, so you can customize the pen to exactly the look you like for your writing.
Here are the easy steps for making a gold pen holder.
- Wrap a piece of washi tape around a small glass jar
- Cover with gold spray paint
- Remove tape when paint is dry
Now I can easily keep my pens right where I need them for scheduling my week and taking notes.
I also wanted to share this printable I made for keeping track of my assignments each week. My classes are all online, but they are still very structured. I have due dates during the week for quizzes, discussion board posts, tasks, and assignments to turn in. Plus there are usually long-running projects that I need to pay attention to. I had been just handwriting out lists like this at the beginning of the week, but realized a printable would be a smarty way to do it.
This page lets me fill in my assignments each week for each class. If something like this would be useful for you, or a student in your life, please download it and print out some copies!
How do you like to keep your weeks organized? Phone app? Printables? Planner? I’d love to hear about it!
Check out how to make a No-Sew, Zipper-Free pouch in this post: