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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Bullet Journaling in your Planner Part 2: Monthly Log and Future Log

Welcome to the second post in our new series demonstrating how to use the bullet journal method in your planner! In the first post I showed you how to do your Daily Log. Other elements of the Bullet Journal method are the Monthly Log and the Future Log. When bullet journaling in an undated notebook, […]

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Time management Monday: Notes + planning in one book

Wouldn’t it be great to be able to plan ahead for the whole year, and take notes, all in one book? Yes! And, you can! Week + notes planners allow you to plan your entire schedule, and take notes all in the same book. The Space 24 week + notes planner gives you a large […]

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Time management Monday: Erase or cross out changes in your schedule?

I normally erase or use correction fluid to cover up schedule entries that need to be changed. But Robert recently had an excellent comment on our What To Write In Your Planner post: Nice intro to using planners! Two additional items I learned hearing Harold Taylor speak in….1996: — Don’t keep two different calendars. — […]

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Time management Monday: Creating daily actions and tasks from your monthly goals

We all know setting goals is very important. But the only way you will achieve your goals is if you translate those goals into daily actions and tasks. September’s Month Theme was Looking Ahead, which encouraged you to visualize what your life will be like when you have achieved your goals. This motivational exercise gets […]

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TheRamblingPlanner’s color coding in her Life Noted planner!

Check out Katie TheRamblingPlanner‘s photo on Instagram showing her pens and color coding in her Life Noted planner! Unfortunately I can’t post the photo itself here because you have to perform some sort of HTML magic to copy photos from IG to post elsewhere. You can see a photo of the Life Noted weekly pages […]

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Time management Monday: Planners for busy people

Recently a reader contacted me to ask for planner recommendations. She is a very busy person and needs to have a planner with days timed to the hour for her busy schedule. I was happy to give her recommendations, and she chose a planner that will work great for her! Quo Vadis planners are the […]

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Time management Monday: Planner size and carrying your planner with you

Ideally, you should be able to take your planner with you everywhere you go so you can update your schedule wherever you are. Planner portability depends on what size planner you use, and what you use to carry it. For example, if you don’t carry a bag, you’ll want a pocket size planner. If you […]

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Time management Monday: The importance of Goals Journaling

On your journey toward reaching your goals, it can be easy to forget how far you’ve come. Goals tracking is very useful and I highly recommend it; however goals journaling is different. In goals journaling you write details of your progress, how you feel (physically and/ or mentally), and you remind yourself of your plan […]

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