[pinterest] The Planner Experiment didn’t turn out the way I expected – and that’s probably a good thing. I’m pretty sure I was hoping to get a list of planner options from which I would randomly choose one and miraculously
[pinterest] There’s no handbook on the right or wrong way to use a planner. There are a few good books about time management that discuss planner use, but it’s mostly all about experimentation and making it work for you. That
[pinterest] I don’t like writing tasks on my daily pages until I’m ready to plan my day. I’m okay with appointments or information or reminders (like someone’s surgery or birthday) but I don’t want any tasks on the page until
My friend, Doug Puryear, author of the book, Your Life Can Be Better, and author of the blog, Add Adult Strategies, says about those of us with ADD/ADHD: “If we struggle and struggle with a problem, and finally find something we
I’ve been enjoying the DIYFish Life Mapping Inserts for the last five months or so and thought it was time to share a planner update. It was more difficult than I expected to leave behind the Franklin Covey system. I
No, they aren’t all mine, although I do often sit on the couch with three planners on my lap (personal, compact and classic) trying to decide which one to use. But in this case, that’s not what I’m talking about.