Listener Tara sent in an audio planner peace segment! Loved hearing about her system. Keep the PP submissions coming – I’m hearing so many unique combinations of digital + paper.
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Hobonichi 5 Year Journal
Hemlock & Oak Undated Weekly (affiliate link here; use code BLP for 10% off)
Full Focus Daily (sort of hidden in this pic – affiliate ink here; use code SARAH10 for 10% off)
Cultivate What Matters PowerSheets Goal Planner
Notiq Pencil Case
Paperian sticky notes
As mentioned, here’s my Full Focus repurposed reading log:
Idea: Planning with Partner
Elisabeth sent in a rec for the Parenting Junkie Create Vision program for those looking for guided long-term planning worksheets to do with a partner. Very interesting idea!
My tactics? Sticky notes (see above) for tentative events, and otherwise just a neat arrow when something is rescheduled. As I noted – you can’t be perfect on paper!
Ring Bound Ideas
Very interesting audio question from a listener who gets anxiety seeing all she has to do in a day. I question whether she is putting too many things on her plate for one day — certainly that would make me anxious, too! If not, perhaps a strategy might be just writing out a rough schedule and a daily big 3. Since she likes to keep a running log of what was accomplished, the Full Focus above might be a good option, or Sprouted – their projects are designed to take away planner anxiety & stress!
Keep the Q&A coming! Love these as well as the Planner Peace being shared. As always thank you for listening — need to figure out what would be a fun blowout for Ep #100!
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