If you have been reading my blog for a while you know that I do not use planners. I really, really want to use them and like them, but after a week or two the planner usually gets shoved in a drawer never to be seen again. They are never a good size to carry, they tend to get in the way, or I can’t find a pen to write in them. I have never found a planner practical for me. We get school work done, as it gets done and I keep my appointments on the calendar on my phone. I just don’t have a need for a planner…usually.
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The Weekly Planner
Then those very busy weeks show up. Those weeks you don’t know how you are going to get everything done. You know the weeks, everyone has an appointment or two, portfolios are due, and it’s December so every organization you belong is having a party or banquet. These are the weeks when I use these amazing planner pages.
The Daily Planner
They are great pages for when you want to be able to see everything you need to get done for the whole week on one page. You can set your most important goals for the week and never miss returning a phone call or email. There is a coordinating daily planning page too, to make sure you accomplish all your goals for the day.
Sometimes, just the act of writing out what needs to be done makes it seem like less of a task. When you don’t write down all your tasks, it takes up so much head space to remember it all. Plus, if you are like me at all, it’s really satisfying to check off those little boxes. The Daily Planner is great, your whole day at a glance. You can keep track of everything from how much water you drink during the day to what’s for dinner.
Enjoy these planner pages and have a great week!