Our friend Kate Marshall is curious to know what people do with their anno planners — and she isn’t the only one! But because habits evolve over time, we figured we’d pose the question again. Here’s Kate’s take:
So I have this Hebdo planner that I’ve been using (in the purple Texas cover if you must know). I must have flipped through the “Anno-Planning” pages a hundred times before but this was the first time I really paid attention to them. And I wondered: what do people use them for?
If you’re not familiar with the Anno pages, they’re a section in every Quo Vadis planner, that shows the year on a two-page spread. The boxes are fairly small (or maybe my handwriting is just really big), so I’ve mostly limited myself to writing in my paydays (via green dollar-sign symbols) and recurring bills (via red dollar-sign symbols, of course).
Karen mentioned that she uses hers as a sort of yearly calendar. I’m curious about how others use the Anno-Planning pages, though: as a full-on calendar? To record events after the fact? To give your thumbs a break as you flip past the Anno pages to get to the “real” planner? To lay out your plans for world domination? (Ooh, I may have said too much.)
Talk amongst yourselves