design calendar


Thank you so much for all the nice feedback, tagged photos, and stories. The people from the studyblr community have become such a huge part of my life this year and I’m so glad that I’ve gotten to know more of you. I’m proud of the person you’ve become and I wish you all happiness and success. I’ll continue to root for all of you this 2017!

As my token of gratitude, here are the last set of printables I’m releasing this year!

Year at a Glance
black and white / colored

Monthly Calendars
Yes! It’s the whole set and you now have bigger spaces to write in everything you need! You can also choose from two options: week starts on a sunday / week starts on a monday

A tagged snapshot of your computer, phone, or study space using these freebies would be very much appreciated. (Use #thearialligraphyproject or #arialligraphy!) 😊

I’ll see you all on January 5th for the third post under the Plan and Play series!


I'm designing an AU calendar for 2017

There you have the previews :3


-SOON- Available on Tem Shop

Geno, Error and Fresh by @loverofpiggies

US!Sans by @popcornpr1nce

UF!Sans -

Temmie by Temmie Chang

UndyneTale Sans by @g0966

Ganz by @golzy

Dream!Sans by @jokublog

Ink by @comyet


Cross by @jakei95 (me)


How would it feel to accomplish every single goal you set out to make in 2016? 

You don’t need to be perfect of have superpowers to be successful. You just need the right tools! Like the super pretty Spark Planner, which aims to be your ultimate get-’er-done companion for 2016. Its smartly designed pages help you set your big goals (”Never stop writing!”), break them down into baby steps, and then celebrate all that you accomplish, as you go. You can also set 30-day challenges and monthly goals, and respond to weekly journaling prompts that will help you process your work to-date and plan how to keep moving forward. And that’s just the beginning!

How did Kate Matsudaira manage to put together the perfect goal-accomplishing calendar? It all comes down to her personal experience:

In my career, I have worked with some of the smartest, most successful people in the world. From my time as a software engineer at big companies like Microsoft and Amazon to my time as a Chief Technology Officer at successful startups like Moz and Decide, to sitting on boards of international organizations, I have seen one thing time and time again: the most successful people in the world are always organized and put together.

Now, The Spark Planner is her way of making “organized” a possibility for everybody