Time management Monday: How to manage to-do lists for work and personal

Recently I met up with a friend who has just started a big new job. She will be working on multiple projects at once and asked for some advice on how to handle it all. Her first question was how to manage meeting notes for multiple projects, which I answered in this post. Her next […]

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Sandra Bartholomew’s published book of her comics!

You might remember Sandra Bartholomew and her comics she draws in her Quo Vadis Scholar weekly planner (which we featured here). She has turned these comics into a book! BEGIN AGAIN – Quo Vadis (Where are you going?) is available now from blurb.com. The book is a unique take on comics; the daily sketches become […]

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How To Set Achievable Goals

Some people have already given up on their New Year’s Resolutions. But not you! You are going to achieve your goals this year. Here’s how. The trick is, goals have to be measurable. And, they have to have action steps. First let’s back up a minute, because before you can determine what your goals should […]

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Determining your Priorities for the upcoming year

Happy New Year everyone! You are almost ready to set your goals for the upcoming year! Last Monday’s post was all about helping you review this past year. If you haven’t already, go look at that post to evaluate your year. Once you have done that, you’ll be ready to figure out your priorities for […]

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Time management Monday: Managing your schedule and daily tasks in your planner

Problem: most weekly planners either have days with a timed schedule, or open space for lists and notes. But what if you want space for your daily schedule AND daily tasks? Solution! The Trinote weekly planner has timed daily columns AND space every day for your to-do lists and notes! I have to admit, the […]

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How Penny’s use of her Life Noted planner has evolved

Penny did an excellent post showing how her use of her Life Noted planner has evolved over the months! She loves the month pages and how all 7 days have equal size spaces on the weekly pages. At first she used her Life Noted planner the same way she previously used her Principal planner, but […]

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Bullet Journaling in your Planner Part 4: Collections and Threading

Welcome back to our series on Bullet Journaling in your Planner! In Part 1 I showed you how to do your Daily Log, in Part 2 I showed you how to do your Monthly Log and Future Log, and in Part 3 I showed you how to do your Month Reviews and Migration. In today’s […]

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Bullet Journaling in your Planner Part 3: Month Reviews and Migration

Welcome back to our series on Bullet Journaling in your Planner! In Part 1 I showed you how to do your Daily Log, and in Part 2 I showed you how to do your Monthly Log and Future Log. Today in Part 3 I’ll show you how to use your planner for Month Reviews and […]

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