Falling into my Autumn Routine with Lists


TCan we talk about routines for a minute? As much as I love summer, especially the amazing Michigan summer we’ve had this year, I am so ready for fall. One of my favorite traditions is falling into my autumn routine with lists. For me, September is the beginning of the new year. It’s like back to school all over again. Fall means a normal routine. Fall means J goes back to school and I have extended scheduled work time. I thrive under a solid routine, and I’m ready to start thriving again.

Falling into Autumn Routine with Lists rukristin

One of my favorite ways to get back into a fall routine is with the 30 Days of Lists journaling challenge.

About 30 Days of Lists

30 Days of Lists is a listing-based journaling challenge with an incredibly supportive community of awesome ladies. They make falling into my autumn routine with lists so much fun. Two of my favorite awesome ladies, Amy and Kam, created this challenge more than five years ago. 30 Days of Lists is gearing up for it’s September 2015 edition and I’m super pumped to be joining in on the fun once again.

For this September’s edition, Amy & Kam tapped me to put together an exclusive 30 Days of Lists kit. For this kit I wanted to go with something fun and funky. The album is simple and easy to work with. The pages are easy to decorate, stamp, and embellish.

Whether you decide to only use the products in the kit, or you choose to supplement with your stash or some of your favorite other listing supplies, using a kit will ensure you will create a perfectly coordinating book.

The album/notebook for this kit is a Heidi Swapp mixed-paper Daybook. The book has 30+ pages, page protectors, and pockets for each one of your thirty lists. Along with the notebook, I’ve included some fun embellishments to add in throughout your album. Working with a kit makes falling into my autumn routine with lists a breeze.

Included with the kit:

  • A clip set with lightbulb shaped paper clips, binder clips, and decorative metal fasteners.
  • Clear Stamp Set: rukristin/30 Days of Lists Exclusive Set (25 individual stamps)
  • Washi Tape: Two Rolls of Mixed Patterned Washi Tape (6 patterns total)
  • 8 – 4×4 Journaling Cards (2 sets of 4 patterns)
  • 4 – 3×3 Mixed Patterned Paper Squares (Heidi Swapp September Skies Collection)
  • Embellishments: Resist Die Cuts (68 pieces)

The exclusive stamp set is my favorite piece in the kit. It was designed specifically for the September edition of 30 Days of Lists. This brand new stamp set has 25 individual stamps, including a full numeral set, for all your listing needs.

This stamp set is reusable! Reuse this stamp set over and over in your planners, in your scrapbook pages, and anywhere else you love to stamp.

You can get started right now by registering for 30 Days of Lists at rukristin.com/30lists (affiliate).

Purchase the rukristin/30Lists kit: http://rukristin.com/shop/kits/373-30-days-of-lists-september-2015-kit.html

Purchase the exclusive stamp set individually:  http://rukristin.com/shop/rukristin-basics/374-rukristin-30-days-of-lists-clear-stamp-set.html

Follow along on Instagram as well! I’ll be using the hashtag #30lists and sharing my lists throughout the month!