But first: Planner Peace
Andrea is a physician with a lot going on, and she shares a detailed look at her bullet journal-centric system! Takeaways that I love:
- Having one calendar (in her case, her weekly spread in the BuJo) serving as ultimate source of truth
- Simple email sorting
- Running task list – in her case, using an app called Things
Mini Review #1: Sterling Ink Common Planner
Okay I am very sad to note that this is no longer available online! But perhaps it’s nice to take note in case you might be interested for next year. It has:
- Tomoe River Paper
- 2 6-month books
- A few simple quarterly goal/habit tracking pages
- Very similar weekly layout to Hobonichi cousin – but in a slightly smaller B6 size
- Blank pages for dailies
Mini Review #2: Laurel Denise
Yes, it’s a weekly + monthly view ALL AT ONCE. It’s a very wide planner but for those who want an all-encompassing view in one book, it’s a really cool + unique solution!
Mini Review #3: ProAction
Mini Review #4: Full Focus BINDER
The first ever Full Focus in ring binder form! This sold out quickly but can be backordered.
I am a FFP affiliate, so if you’d like to use my link it’s here plus code SARAH10 should provide 10% off though the site is currently showing an offer of 15%!
The loose leaf pages do have the updated FFP layout. I always seem to turn to FFP when I’m stressed or overwhelmed – having so much space for each day is very calming!
Next week –> planner stack ep coming at you! Please keep the questions + planner peace notes coming, as well as suggestions if you have great ideas for 2023 guests! I do feature guests about once/month and continue to keep that the general cadence so looking for 12 inspiring voices for next year 🙂