Eryn Rochelle
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Free Download: Think Positive Floral Digital Planner


I've had my iPad Pro for about 2 years now. As a graphic designer, the iPad has been a great tool to really enhance my workflow. As you all know, I love my planner. I mainly use the Classic Happy Planner, but I also use other planners for various tracking. My love for planning has gone digital. I love that I can use my Apple Pencil to take my handwriting digital. It gives me the best of both worlds. 

I'm currently using the CoodNotes app for iOS for my digital planning. There are several great templates in GoodNotes, but I wanted something that worked well for planning. I'd like to work on adding more content like this to the downloads section of the site, so let me know what you all think about this. Have you all gotten into digital planning yet? Let me know in the comments! 

Available Sizes & Colors:

This Digital Planner was designed to fit all sizes of the iPad as well as other tablets and mobile devices. 

Common Planner Sizes:

  • Big Happy Planner Pages: 8.5 inches wide by 11 inches tall
  • Classic Happy Planner Pages: 7 inches wide by 9.25 inches tall
  • Mini Happy Planner Pages: 4.5 inches wide by 7 inches tall
  • A4 Planner Pages: 8.3 inches wide by 11.7 inches tall
  • A5 Planner Pages: 5.8 inches wide by 8.3 inches tall
  • You can use this digital planner in any similarly sized planners. Optionally, you can resize the inserts in the print settings on your computer to fit your planner. 

As always, your feedback is greatly appreciated! Let me know how you all like the new inserts, and tell me what I should create next. 

How To Use This Printable

This printable is created for personal use only. You may not sell, distribute or use this printable for any monetary or commercial gains. If you need commercial rights to this printable, please contact me via the form located at

My printables are designed to be printed full bleed. This means printed all the way to the edge of the page. Most home printers can be configured for edge to edge printing in the settings menu on your computer. I use the HP OfficeJet Pro for my full bleed color printables and a Brother Laser Printer for my black and white printables. If your printer is not capable of printing to the edge, you can just trim the excess paper to give it a borderless look. Here's an inexpensive paper trimmer if you don't want to use regular scissors. You can print this file as many times as you would like. 

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