How Jen bullet journals in her Hebdo planner

Jen at Bohovita did an excellent post showing how she bullet journals in her Hebdo weekly planner! She has several photos showing what worked for her and what didn’t, and how she used the weekly layout for her Daily Log. She lists the things she liked about using the Hebdo for bullet journaling, what she […]

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Time management Monday: How author Kelly Harmon uses her Quo Vadis Plan & Note planner

Author Kelly Harmon won a Plan & Note weekly planner in our giveaway earlier this year. She did an excellent post with her thorough review and photos showing how she is using her planner! Some things she especially liked about the Plan & Note planner: the “touchability” of the cover; the smooth, ink-proof paper; the […]

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Time management Monday: What my first Quo Vadis planner taught me about organizing my time

Years ago the first Quo Vadis planner I ever used was a Septanote, which is the academic year version of the Trinote weekly planner. These planners both have the Quo Vadis Agenda Planning Dairy format created more than 60 years ago by a French doctor so he could effectively plan his week. I learned a […]

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Bullet journaling in a Quo Vadis Journal 21 planner

Recently Peter emailed me to ask for tips on bullet journaling in the Journal 21 day per page planner he won in last month’s giveaway. I was very happy to tell him I already had a post in the works on that very topic, and here it is! Bullet Journaling is an excellent method for […]

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Penny’s comparison of the Trinote vs Principal weekly planners

Many thanks to Penny for showing us her comparison between the Trinote and Principal weekly planners! Hi, I’m Penny. I’m a problem solver for technology and yarn. My cardinal rule of planners and planning is: my systems must work in harmony. I don’t want to search for information or figure out what goes where. I […]

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Time management Monday: Planning “just enough”

Recently I’ve seen several people comment online that they are new to planning, aren’t sure where to start, and are feeling a bit intimidated by other people’s planner photos online. This is completely understandable, because if you are just getting started using a planner, the variety of how-to photos and videos can be overwhelming. Some […]

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Time management Monday: Photos of Quo Vadis planners in use

On our Instagram (@quovadisplanners) you can see lots of photos of Quo Vadis planners in use with examples of how to use them for specific purposes like managing your schedule and tasks: Time blocking your schedule: Journaling and gratitude: Working your goals into your life:   Mindful intentions: You can also see how other people […]

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Time management Monday: Managing tasks

Recently in our Quo Vadis Planner And Notebook Users group on Facebook, a new Minister weekly planner user asked how to manage tasks. He is coming from a ring binder system and is used to managing his tasks in tabbed sections. Sandy McNeely replied (you might remember her from her Featured Reader post). Sandy has […]

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Time management Monday: Why use a paper planner? Part 3: Productivity and Goals

Welcome to Part 3 of our Why Use A Paper Planner? series. In Part 1 we talked about various reasons why people enjoy using paper planners, including freedom and self expression. In Part 2 we showed different ways people use their planner as a creative outlet and to preserve memories. In this post we will […]

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