Time management Monday: How to use your planner in specific life situations

I’ll be doing a new series here on Quo Vadis blog showing how people use their planners to help them manage their life situations. Some examples are: managing a chronic illness, being a parent, entrepreneur, project manager, teacher, student, using your planner along with technology, mixed roles, etc. But in order to be able to […]

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Writing Wednesday: How To Use Your Planner with a Notebook

Today’s post fits in with several of our ongoing series here on Quo Vadis blog: the Using Planners series which helps give you ideas for ways to effectively use your planner; the Tool Box series which arms you with lots of time management tools; and our new Page Per Day Challenge series, where we will […]

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Time management Monday: How to use your planner with Sticky Notes

In last week’s Time Management Monday post I talked about how your planner is just one of many tools in your time management tool box. Another very useful tool is sticky notes. Sticky notes are great for temporary things like grocery lists, but they are even better for recurring events. When you write your recurring […]

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Ideas for using the daily Notes spaces in your Quo Vadis planner

Many of the Quo Vadis planners including the weekly Trinote, Prenote and (academic-year) Septanote and the daily Notor and (academic-year) Textagenda have a designated space for notes at the bottom of each day. This space is nice to use as a landing space to jot anything that comes up during the day. But there are […]

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