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Nov Review / Gantt Chart

December 2, 2020

When I posted my original review of the Wonderland 222 planner/notebook system, the Month Review page and Gantt chart page was only half-filled because I just hadn’t gotten to the end of the month yet!

So, here we are, and here they are:

The above financial section is blank because this is a public blog and also because I haven’t calculated it yet!

I find both of these layouts useful. It’s so easy to move on to a new month without really acknowledging how the last one went, and this is a nice way of remembering to celebrate successes (and review failures to perhaps work on preventing them in the future).

Plus, it sets you up nicely to create the next month’s goals, since you can see what is complete and what needs to be carried over.

(Though in full disclosure – I have not set Dec goals yet!)

In other news, we are finally getting some beautiful (cold-ish!) weather around here. I got to take a walk with A yesterday mid-day which was a total treat (she had her school day at home due to an orthodontist appt).

9 Comments

  • Reply CBS December 2, 2020 at 7:58 am

    I love the Gaant chart and am definitely going to try and do something similar. I often have 4 or 5 projects on the go and it would be helpful to designate weeks or track that I’m making some progress (even if incremental) across the month.

  • Reply Sam December 2, 2020 at 8:32 am

    Thanks for sharing this! I filled out my November review pages, but it felt a little cluttered. I like seeing how you organize the same space. I love the Gaant chart for tracking habits and books! Previously I was bullet journaling, and I like that in the W222 it’s already set up 🙂

  • Reply Lisa December 2, 2020 at 8:52 am

    You have definitely convinced me to get this planner in 2022 when I’m hopefully being more intentional about planning/able to plan more as hopefully covid won’t be hanging over us anymore (please let that be the case).

    Off topic – How did the presentation on planning to the parent group go??

    • Reply Sarah Hart-Unger December 3, 2020 at 8:07 am

      It was really good!! I think, anyway. I could definitely adapt as a Zoom to give to anyone interested here but just not sure I want to add to my plate right now 🙂 Lot going on next few weeks!!

  • Reply everydayhas December 2, 2020 at 9:44 am

    Love this, thanks so much for the example! I just got a new Wonderland and have been playing with it, but hadn’t done the Gantt chart yet.

  • Reply Cynthia December 2, 2020 at 9:51 am

    As a fellow Upholder I love the idea of daily Gantt charts and I love to track things. However, when I miss days of not doing something I then beat myself up and then often abandon the goal since I feel like I failed. Even though I realize 20 days of exercise is better than 10 etc. How do you handle this and not feel like you have to be perfect?

    • Reply Sarah Hart-Unger December 3, 2020 at 8:07 am

      Full on Upholder over here, but NOT perfectionist. Perfectionism is something that I honestly think is worth trying to rid from your life. Nothing can be perfect. You celebrate the 20 days and move on to the next month!

  • Reply Keren December 2, 2020 at 1:55 pm

    I was just looking for a photo of how you track your books.I like that you can see how long it took you to read each book and on which days you read or not and that you can see books read in parallel.What do you do with books that you started reading in one month and continued reading in the following month? I’m looking for something similar but on a yearly level,do you have some idea for that?

    • Reply Sarah Hart-Unger December 3, 2020 at 8:06 am

      Haha I’d just put them on both! I almost did that with This Tender Land b/c technically I finished it Dec 1 but then decided – meh, close enough!

      Yearly – hmmm, I think that would be a LOT of dots but you could do something fun with color coding & graph paper!!!

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