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a twenty-something kawaii lifestyle blogger, and creator of Mooeyandfriends, based in the United States. On my blog, I share rambles of my daily life, advice, DIY, crochet patterns, stationery-related posts.

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How I Use Micro Happy Notes ♥ Blogtober

How I Use Micro Happy Notes
I purchased this Micro Happy Notes a couple months ago it was an impulse buy but it was on sale and I thought it was really cute so I had to get it! After a few months, I realized that I wasn't using it to the fullest so I decided to change's its purpose. Now I've been using it every day since changing its purpose.

How I Use Micro Happy Notes
To-Do List
My favorite thing to do with the Micro Happy Notes is to make to-do lists. I place various stickers, write in my tasks and then separate the tasks with lines. Since it's almost Halloween I used Halloween stickers by Sprinkled Pug. They're perfect for the Micro Happy Notes!

My favorite thing about the Happy Notes is because you can easily take it out and put it back into the notebook. When I successfully complete a to-do list I tape it into my Hobonichi.

How I Use Micro Happy Notes
Goals
Another thing I use my Micro Happy Notes for is for my daily, weekly, or monthly goals. I write down all my goals down the center of the pages and decorate with stickers or washi tape.

How I Use Micro Happy Notes
Do you have a Micro Happy Notes?

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  1. You rmicro happy notes is so cute and the cover reminds me of this one novel that I have in my iBooks which is Where'd You Go Bernadette but your happy notes is much cuter of course.

    I did plan to buy Happy Notes before but it's quite expensive here so I find a cheaper alternatives that work just as good but I can't deny that happy notes is easier to use and to customise.

    P/s: I love those cute halloween stickers!

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    1. Oh! I've been wanting to read Where'd You Go Bernadette! Is it any good? ♥

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