My apologies everyone! I’ve been MIA for the past few weeks because I’ve been sick. It’s fun stuff to spend Christmas and New Years in bed. The pressure in my head from the sinus infection alone was enough to put me down, but I also had a sore throat and a fever to contend with. Attempting to write anything quite possibly would have made my head explode. Keep reading “My New “New Year Ritual””
I’ve mentioned that I am a top down planner who has a problem with the down part. I’ve also mentioned that I can’t wrap my head around bottom up planning because it seems like busy work to me. So, that still leaves me with a problem with the down part. I came across middle way planning and it might change things for me. Keep reading “Middle Way Planning”
I have a problem with most planners because they are either time based or, in my opinion, glorified to-do lists. Those kinds of planners work for some people so I’m not trying to knock them, but they are useless for me. I just have no use for time based planners because I’m not the type to have tons of appointments and I don’t have children. The other types of planners just seem like busy work to me. Even back in high school I wouldn’t do something if it felt like busy work. I made quite a few teachers mad. Keep reading “Project Based Planning”
In my opinion, the greatest productivity tool around is the planner. I prefer paper to tech when it comes to organization. It turns out, I’m not the only one. There is a huge planner community online, mostly in the form of Facebook groups. After being involved in these groups for a while, I’ve noticed people have developed many bad habits in their quest for “planner peace”. If you are new to the planner world, I want to address some of these things so that you don’t fall into the same traps.
Keep reading “5 Steps For Finding Planner Peace”