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FREE 2017 PLANNER: DOWNLOAD PDF PRINTABLES

2017 free planner

It’s that time of the year again! Yay! I bet almost everyone is already starting to think about 2017, am I right?

One year ago, on the 7th of October, I opened packmahome to the public 😀 One year… On one hand it feels like an eternity, on the other hand it seems time flew by again so fast. I’m very happy and proud with everything I’ve accomplished with my blog, though I also feel there’s so much yet to be done! Keep reading…

TRAVEL MUCH FREE PRINTABLE WALL ART

TRAVEL MUCH MOCKUP

I love to travel. When I’m not traveling I love to think about traveling. If I can’t travel, I like to write about it. And design pretty free printables on Canva for my readers 🙂 I’m obsessed, I know. But I’m happy this way, so just let me dream of my next trip and design a bit more, ok?  Keep reading…

13 USEFUL TIPS ON HOW TO TRAVEL LIKE A LOCAL

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There are several ways of traveling and each individual has their own. I prefer to travel as a local, immersing as much as I can in the culture of the place I visit. I thought it would be nice to let you know the way we like to travel and how we organize our trips. Keep reading…

SUMMER BUCKET LIST + FREE PRINTABLE

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Are you thinking about Summer already? I know I am 🙂

By the end of this month we will fly to Portugal and spend more than one month there. Even though Joaquim will be working from there, it will feel like Summer vacations anyway. One, because of the good weather, two because we’ll spend most of our time in Algarve AKA the beach, three because we’ll have our parents to look out for Olivia occasionally, leaving us with some “couple time”, four because we won’t have to cook everyday, and five because in Portugal it always feels like the time goes by slower, giving us that vacation sensation. Keep reading…

ETERNAL DAILY PLANNER FREE PRINTABLE

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Lately I’ve been struggling to maintain my motivation and productivity levels high on a daily basis, thus what I do at these times is to read a lot about planning, productivity, time management, motivation, etc etc And I create my own planner(s). And then I make them free for you as printables 😀 Keep reading…

FREE PRINTABLE DIY PROJECT PLANNER

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Now that we have the essentials here in our new apartment, I can start thinking about the details, meaning… I have so many ideas to customize the furniture we bought and to personalize our house and make it our home! So many that I really need to plan all those projects. That’s why I made myself a DIY Project Planner, of course! And a free printable just for you 🙂 Keep reading…

THE FIRST THING TO DO AFTER MOVING TO A NEW RENTAL+ FREE PRINTABLE INVENTORY

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Since the time we became independent grownups paying our own bills, we’ve lived already in 7 different apartments! Some were in better condition than others but all of them were completely furnished and equipped. In most of the houses we occupied we had the luck of having nice and trustworthy landlords with whom we could talk and ask for some improvements or freedom to do some small bits of decoration. Keep reading…

HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN NOTEPAD + TO DO LIST FREE PRINTABLE

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I’m a list maker kind of person, you know? Everything I need to do and accomplish must be in a list, otherwise I tend to forget it and then of course I don’t do what needed to be done. But I’m also very disorganized as I tend to write my ideas and to do’s on every single paper I find around the house.

This year, one of my biggest goals is to be more focused and organized in that sense. Now I’m using a planner (download it for free here) and I made my own to do list notepad that I carry everywhere I go. Keep reading…

MINI TRAVEL GUIDE: WHAT TO EAT, SEE AND DO IN BERLIN

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I thought it would be nice to start this series with Berlin, my favorite city in the world (so far) and give you a personal insight about what to eat, see and do in this awesome city. I lived there for five intense and wonderful months. I learned a bit of German, made friends for life, had some cultural clashes and, more important than anything else, I got pregnant of my first child! Keep reading…