Whether you’re using your planner for personal or professional life, we all have our own unique way of using them. You might be a minimalist and simply use the sections of a Planner as they come, or you may be a more creative type, embellishing and adding decorative items to really express your creativity. Or perhaps you’re a colour-code wizard who has everything organised by colour so you’ll never miss a thing? With so many types of Planners and planner personalities out there, we thought it best to share a few different ways – and common tips – to help you decide what might work for you as we start this second half of the year – 2020 Pt. 2.
As World Pride Month draws to a close, we’ve been reminiscing the momentous events of late 2017 and early 2018, when Australia’s LGBTQI+ community were finally given the legal right to marry.
As our social feeds this month were coloured by rainbows celebrating pride, love and equality (as well as rainbows shared as symbols of love and care in windows all over the world as we manage or way through a global pandemic), our guests and team members reminded us of the joy, positivity and support we took to the world stage with kikki.K’s LGBTQI+ diversity and inclusion campaign of January 2018, More Love.
Don’t give up on the year that challenged you. We still have so much opportunity ahead, and we’re here to help you.
There’s no denying that the first half of 2020 has had its challenges for so many of us – and some of these aren’t even over for us all just yet. Roadblocks, curve-balls, perhaps even absolute chaos and in some cases, heartache and despair.
Here at kikki.K, we’re big believers in learning and growing from even the most challenging of moments – and that’s the path we’re choosing as we head into the second half of the year. We encourage you to as well.
To our kikki.K community,
We wanted to start this post by reiterating that we never have and never will condone any form of racism or racial hate, whether in Australia where we are based, our spiritual home of Sweden or any other country around the world. We wholeheartedly believe in equality in all its forms and deeply and profoundly believe that Black Lives Matter.