It's time for a 'Happy Lawyer' spring clean SALE!!! ✨🛀
The Happy Lawyer Planners are here!
Who doesn’t need a bit of colour on their office desk or wall? Well my new ‘Happy Lawyer’ 2019 Stationary Sets are here and are sure to bring a smile to any lawyer’s face! My side-kick and all round designing genius Sarah Follent worked her magic again AND for something special, the artwork this year is a creation of a local Brisbane artist, Anna Manolatos whose wall murals will be well known to any Brisbanites. You can learn more about Anna below and jump across to her website to see more of her beautiful designs.
Did some say a 'Happy Lawyer' Spring Clean? ✨🛀
Buy 1 get 1 when you use the code 'springclean' at the checkout! ✨
*Planner packs are already marked down.
100 page A4 daily note pad.
7am-7pm time slots to help you map and better plan your day!
“Eat That Frog!” For planning your daily top 3 goals.
“Dive in the Pond!” Note space to map your to-do list.
“And For Tomorrow!” Note space for all those extra to-do’s.
100 page A4 note weekly note pad.
Daily note space to map your to-do list for the week ahead.
AND just in case you were after steak knives with that, don’t despair we have “Planner Packs” to spruce up your office wall, desk (or kitchen!) too!
Solo PlannerUse the code 'springclean' at the checkout!
Duo Pack #1
2019 Daily Planner
2019 Weekly Planner
2019 Daily and Weekly Planner
A copy of my book "Happy Lawyer Happy Life."
A 'one of a kind' London Rayward design's 'Happy Lawyer' wall poster
About the Artist- Sirmano
Sirmano is the alias of Anna, a Brisbane artist and illustrator who has been creating playful illustrations working with paint, wood and mixed media since her hands could pick up a pencil. She creates characters which are strong, independent beings who occupy a space which is rich in colour and mystery.
Since graduating design from Queensland College of Art in 2005, she has studied illustration at the Alberta College of Art and Design, Canada, taken part in an artist residency on Barcelona, exhibited her work nationally and internationally and contributed to street art festivals across Queensland. Sirmano’s creative practice has drawn influence from her love of travel, different cultures and her heritage. She has a keen eye for colour which is a big part of her work, it evokes a feeling and is what keeps her creating.