Top 10 posts for November 2017

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Here are our most-read posts this month!

10: We have lots of planners with paper that has specifically been designed to be used with fountain pens. You can see all of them in Planners With Fountain Pen Friendly Paper!

9: In Organizing Your Week Like A Jigsaw Puzzle I show examples of how I fit my tasks around my work and scheduled events.

8: Separate Planners for Work vs Personal Life? helps you decide whether to combine everything in one, or divide and conquer. It gets you to think about issues like security, confidentiality, and work/ life balance.

7: Picking Your Perfect Planner Part 1: Weekly Planners is an older post with great advice on helping you to choose the best size and format of weekly planner for your needs.

6: Portable Planning shows details of our most popular pocket size planners, so you can always update your plans and know what’s going on wherever you are, no batteries or internet required!

5: Cave Surveying With Ray Duffy is a very cool guest post showing how Ray used waterproof Chartwell Watershed notebooks to record his data while surveying the longest cave system in Britain! The post has great photos and details of how he and his team accomplished this over the course of 30 years.

4: If journaling is feeling like a chore, Is It Time To Take A Break From Journaling helps you decide if you would benefit on backing off from journaling for awhile. It also has some ideas on how to simplify journaling if you don’t want to stop entirely.

3: How To Use A Planner: A Guide For New Users is one of our all-time most popular posts. It has great advice for anyone using a paper planner.

2: Our Daily Journaling Prompts are always in the top 10 each month, and the Daily Journaling Prompts for November were no exception! You can find the DJPs for the following month on the last Wednesday of each month.

1: The most read post this month is Finding Your Perfect Planner. Perfect timing to get your planner before the new year!

Look for the Top 10 posts of the month on the last Thursday of each month.

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