Beth was kind enough to leave a long message AND share some photos! Here are the images of her digital planning setup. She uses Artful Agenda (which integrates with her Google Calendar).
I personally cannot imagine leaving paper behind, but I absolutely see the appeal and the flexibility available in this kind of setup – while still retaining aesthetic appeal. Thank you so much for sharing, Beth!
Keep the PP submissions coming – I learn so much from you all!
There is a lot of attention by some to goal setting at the END of the year, but less attention to how one plans to actually remember those goals! I personally tend to look at things formally monthly + by quintile, but mid-year seems like a good time too (plus Laura would never agree to 5 goals eps per year. HAHAHA).
Things to consider:
– How has the year gone overall so far?
Different than expected?
Themes that have emerged?
Unexpected challenges or opportunities?
– Look at your 2022 goals list!
Which (if any) are completed?
Which are not done, per se, but on track?
Which are seeming less realistic?
Which are no longer exciting or appealing?
– Think about adding a couple of ‘replacements’ esp if you’ve moved on from some of what you previously identified!
Also good to look at right now:
– School calendar for next AY
– Travel plans – firm up anything soon (reservations, hotels, etc) and then also look at holidays, winter break. (You can tell I took a deep dive into this with all of our winter break planning recently!)
- 2022 goals list in Todoist
- Used the Cultivate What Matters mid-year refresh to triage the above, color coding with Kuretake Zig clean color dots 🙂
- Used THIS to create my July goals list in Cultivate
- Also filled out my Erin Condren Daily Duo’s 6 month page to get a broad understanding of what the rest of the year looks like and to go through PTO days.
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Finally – keep the Planner Peace submissions coming! I’m running low, so if you’ve ever considered sending yours in, now is a great time.